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Antisocial behaviour is defined as any aggressive, intimidating or destructive activity that damages or destroys another person's quality of life. This course has been specifically designed to give a thorough understanding of anti-social behaviour and the actions that can be taken to address the issue. This module is viewed on a regular basis and updated as necessary.


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Like most organisations social housing providers have objectives which they have to meet. The key to success in achieving these goals is the way these social housing providers are governed. To be well governed requires an effective Board or Management Committee to over see the running of the housing organisations.


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This module will give a basic awareness of the role Boards have in Housing Associations. On completion of this module learners will be able to explain the role and responsibilties of Housing Association Boards, in particular the role of the Chair and the Chief Executive, and explain the skills required for being an effective Board member.


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This course delivers an understanding of local authority funding, how budgets are managed, the different types of expenditure a council might incur and how to recognise value for money.


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This course will provide learners with an understanding of the basic elements of tenancy management for a Registered Provider of social housing.


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The Principles of Effective Income Management course will look at rent arrears and the importance of prevention and control. It also addresses the challenges facing social housing providers in ensuring that rent can be paid and tenancies sustained.


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This e-learning course helps learners to understand the changes brought about through the Welfare Reform Act and how the changes will affect their customers and their organisation.


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This module will help learners to understand the changes to regulation brought about by the new Social Housing Regulator and what will happen when social housing providers fail to comply with the required standard.


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