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Housing and Construction Training Events

Our Housing and Construction training events are researched and developed directly with built environment professionals to ensure that delegates benefit from maximum take-home benefits.

BIM Salford 2019

04 July 2019

Built around real-world examples of BIM adoption and its benefits, the BIM Salford 2019 conference will focus on strategies for client education, supply chain engagement to boost uptake, and in insight from FM & asset management providers. This is the only conference of its kind to benefit from the University of Salford’s leading research in BIM.

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Better Management of Complaints in the Housing Sector

11 June 2019

Managing, processing and responding to complaints in the housing sector is essential for building a strong relationship with customers. Effectively dealing with complaints not only improves relationships but can make employees more productive and increase productivity. This programme looks at improving the process tools, strategies and behavioural techniques to ensure customer complaints are handled more effectively in future.

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Housing Asset Management: Safe & Sustainable Homes

18 July 2019

Local authorities and housing associations own a combined four million homes in England. The upkeep and maintenance of so many homes require a detailed and thorough approach, however under the prolonged strains of underinvestment and an overburdened system, asset managers must now find a way to make the most of their homes.

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Facilities Management 

12 December 2019

Join us for the Facilities Management Conference 2019 where leading experts will share best practice and discuss the changing landscape of FM. Ensure your facilities are compliant with changes to statutory legislation, see how the global FM sector is evolving in an increasingly digitised world and understand the findings of the latest academic studies.

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Social Housing: Supporting Communities for the Future

30 January 2020

In the 1970s, almost 40 per cent of the population lived in social housing compared to just 17 per cent in 2018. Housing associations for years have been struggling to plug funding gaps and maintain a commitment to build but with a social housing deficit and most new homes missing the affordability criteria the situation across the country is now at a crisis point.

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