The qualification explores general areas of housing, professional practice, occupancy, tenure and lettings, housing markets and supply and demand.
All learners must study ethics and professional practice which supports the development of their own personal growth and engagement in learning and housing.
The qualification aims to:
The unit aims to provide you with an understanding of the different legal terms on which people may occupy their homes. In particular, it will explore the different tenancy types available, and how homes are allocated and let by landlors.
The unit aims to provide you with the professional skills required to practice in housing.
The unit aims to provide you with an understanding of housing markets and the factors that can influence them.
You can enrol onto this qualification if you:
The estimated study time is approximately 110 hours.
Qualification fees vary depending on where, how and with which centre you choose to study. Please contact your CIH approved study centre directly for further information.
CIH qualifications are delivered by our approved study centres. Centres will support you on your journey, working to the specification and the learning outcomes for each course.