Applicants must be aged 16 or over, should be confident using IT and have access to a computer.
The qualification explores general and specialist areas of housing along with housing policy and law.
All learners must study ethics and professional practice which supports the development of their own personal growth and engagement in learning and housing.
Learners must achieve a minimum of 26 credits in order to be awarded the qualification, from 2 mandatory units and 6 units from a choice of optional units. The combination of optional units available may vary for each study centre.
If you successfully complete the qualification will become eligible for ‘certified practitioner’ membership of CIH.
The unit aims to provide an understanding of housing markets and the factors that can influence them.
The unit aims to provide you with the professional skills required to practice in housing.
Please note, the combination of optional units available may vary for each study centre.
The estimated study time is approximately 260 hours.
Qualification fees vary depending on where, how and with which centre you choose to study. Please contact your CIH approved study centres directly for further information.
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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.