Four colleagues are celebrating after completing their Chartered Institute of Housing (CIH) level 3 qualification.
The CIH is the professional body for the housing sector and provides opportunities for learning and improving, championing housing to influence and improve policy and practice.
Darcy Mainwaring and Callum Johnson completed their level 3 qualification as part of an 18-month apprenticeship at Halton Housing and earlier this year featured in special apprenticeship profiles for our celebrations for National Apprenticeship Week 2020.
Meanwhile, Tenancy Administration Assistant, Alison Rawlings and Welfare Benefits and Money Advice Officer, Leanne Devlin, completed their qualifications alongside working full-time supporting our customers during the coronavirus lockdown period, using virtual learning and assessment methods.
In the past year alone, 16 colleagues have successfully completed CIH qualifications. In December 2019, eight colleagues completed level 3 CIH qualification in Housing/Property Management. In March this year, an additional four colleagues completed their level 4 CIH qualification.
Kathryn Davies, Learning and Development Officer at Halton Housing said: “We are fully committed to apprenticeships and supporting colleagues to achieve qualifications. We would like to say a big congratulations and well done to Darcy, Callum, Alison and Leanne who have all worked very hard to complete their qualification.
“Studying for a CIH qualifications ensures colleagues are competent housing professionals and equips them the with the key skills and expert knowledge to help drive improvement, add value and ensure the best possible experience and service is delivered to our customers.”
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