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With our practice advice services, learning and organisational development products we aim to influence the influencers, those who can assist us in our mission.
Professionals are fundamental to Shelters mission. You help us to amplify our impact, delivering better services and support to those whose housing rights are denied or at risk.
At Shelter Scotland, it is our 50th year and the fight continues for a safe and decent place to call home for thousands of us.
Housing Law Advice Apr20 Intake – As well as best practice and techniques as an advisor this course is primarily focused on ensuring students' obtain knowledge to improve housing advice provision whilst meeting the competences of the Scottish National Standards for Information and Advice Providers (SNSIAP).
Equalities and Human Rights – is a free training course funded by the Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Shelter Scotland recommend this course to Housing officers, Support practitioners, Advice workers, Health professionals and those who work in public sector policy.
Help with Housing Costs Handbooks: 2019-20 – Published jointly by Shelter and the Charterted Insititute of Housing, these titles provide a comprehensive guide to the main schemes for help with housing costs in the UK. With a strong reputation for clear, impartial and accurate advice, these guides are widely used by a large number of local councils, social landlords, advisers, tribunal members and housing professionals.
Volume one explains universal credit, mortgage interest loans, and council tax and rate rebate schemes.
Volume two, our longstanding housing benefit title, covers all the the housing benefit rules across the UK. It contains many practical examples and more than 80 useful tables for quick reference.
To purchase one or all of these editions please click here.
Events – conferences and seminars to keep you up to speed with the latest housing and homelessness developments.
Note: We offer full and half-day seminars throughout the year. These are delivered on site around topical issues within the housing sector.