Support Solutions UK has pioneered a unique approach to training, briefing and learning & development within the housing support and social care sector. We have an excellent reputation for the quality of what we do and we are in significant demand to provide in-house training and to speak at external conferences and other events for Housing Benefit Teams, Commissioners and Providers of housing support and social care.
Most HALF DAY events are only £35 per delegate. We have a commitment to high quality & low cost. Watch this space for more events.
For information please see details below. To book your place on future events, please call Laura on 01242 463272 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Our training and briefing events are designed to make a positive and significant difference to you and your organisation. They are always well-informed and are delivered in an engaging and thought-provoking style. We provide a great deal of high-quality material for ongoing learning after the events have finished, which is just one of the factors that set us apart from others.
We put a great deal of thought into the delivery of every event we run: the venue, the catering, the layout of the room, the resources we provide, the numbers of people attending, differing learning styles, opportunities for participation and costs.
We make a distinction between Briefing Events and Training Events so that delegates know what to expect when they book. We provide both in-house and open events. We have focused on the need to keep costs very low and the quality very high. The feedback we get attests to the success of that strategy. Many people and organisations which provide training to housing support and social care providers have cut back on their training activity. We have increased the number of learning events we run and reduced our charges.
We train in excess of 2500 people every year. We reflect the interests that housing support and social care agencies have.
Responding to the DWP Consultation: Housing Benefit Reform - Supported Housing "It was well-run, in a good location, and very useful. I've only one suggestion; as the session went on it would perhaps have been useful for bullet points of general agreement about what should be in the sector response to be displayed and added to as the session went on, maybe on a flip chart. Regarding your response paper, I particularly like the answer you give to question 9. In fact the general: "if it ain't broke don't fix it" response could be pushed harder." M.P. - Adref Ltd