SHARE's new learning and development brochures have just been launched. New courses have been added ensurin [..]
At SHARE we want to make sure we develop courses that will assist you in the day-to-day management of your job. We have been working with our experienced housing trainers to develop new training courses that meet your needs and we are excited to launch some of [..]
SHARE news is a quarterly newsletter which brings you up to date with what has been happening at SHARE. In this issue you’ll find out how SHARE performed over the last year and what happened at our AGM and our Celebration of Learning.
It’s important for all Committee/Board members to have a clear voice and feel confident that they have contributed wisely to meetings. If this sometimes feels easier to say than do then this workshop could be for you! This session is designed for any Committee/Board members who feel that a ‘wee bit more confidence’ to say what they feel because you feel/fear that: it might not be as well received as you would like others would put it better than you or it might simply be that others ‘get [..]Book Now
Who’s it for and what’s it about? The successful application of any performance appraisal process requires effective meetings throughout the year between a manager and their staff. Performance Conversations demonstrates that there are only 5 types of conversation that any manager needs to be able to handle to cover all aspects from a new start to experienced person. This workshop provides managers with a structured approach which will deliver enhanced trust, a clear action plan and more commitment from every [..]Book Now
(part of Housing associations in a nutshell) Who’s it for and what’s it about? This session will help Committee/Board members gain an understanding of housing management and the laws and regulations surrounding it. Delegates will look at the basics of allocations and rent management as well as the wider community. The session will be interactive and real case studies/examples will be used to help apply learning.Book Now
Who's it for and what's it about? A forensic approach to arrears is designed for housing and factoring staff who are responsible for managing arrears. This course will enable staff to better understand why their customers’ get into arrears and investigate ways to improve long term outcomes for both new and persistent arrears cases. Given the time constraints we work under, it is often difficult to take the time to look why the arrears occurred before we pursue the arrear. However, if we combine our arrears st [..]Book Now