Offered by employers, apprenticeships present a fantastic opportunity for new and existing housing professionals to build on and improve their current knowledge, skills and behaviour to progress in their career with professionalism at its core. Tailored to the housing sector they focus on learning in the workplace, they are an ideal tool for succession planning as well as supporting an individual’s career progression and opportunities without them needing to look elsewhere for development opportunities.
As the professional body for housing, we're committed to supporting housing professionals to create a future in which everyone has a place to call home. CIH have developed an apprenticeship programme for all 3 levels of the housing apprenticeships, which includes a programme of learning, a regulated housing qualification.
Apprenticeships are an opportunity to develop your knowledge, skills and behaviours and progress in your career. They provide an opportunity to work through a development programme, enabling you to gain the technical knowledge, practical experience and wider skills needed for you to progress in your role and your future career. To find an apprenticeship role in housing please visit the Goverment website.
One of the key changes to apprenticeships is the introduction of the end-point assessment to mark successful completion of your learning.
CIH has been approved as an end-point assessment organisation for all three levels of the new housing and property management apprenticeships.