The Housing sector faces a number of significant challenges as a result of the rapidly expanding housing market, Brexit and significant skills shortages. These challenges will require a wide co-ordinated response from all organisations and institutes within the housing sector. Whilst there are a number of accredited bodies in institutional roles who pledge to uphold appropriate sector standards, there is no single organisation to represent the entire spectrum of varied skills occupations within the housing sector, and specifically, those for Social Housing. As such, the National Housing Academy aims to address this gap.
National Housing Academy is a non-for-profit organisation who partner with Housing Organisations to improve safety, accountability and productivity within the social housing sector. They do this by placing competency, skills and tenant engagement at the heart of their work.
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With the support of 20 of the UK’s largest Housing Organisations, a growing list of specialist training providers and consultants, and over 65 courses and software tools developed specifically for the Housing Sector they are, like us, passionate about “creating safer homes and communities”.
“The National Housing Academy is pleased to welcome Ryan Dempsey as an official partner working with the Academy to develop robust compliance management solutions and improve electrical engineering competency in the housing sector.
Ryan has worked constructively with the NHA since its inception and we look forward to working together in the coming years to deliver our common agenda of making homes safer for tenants post-Grenfell”
Steve Makowski, CEO. National Housing Academy.
Ryan Dempsey is one of the many high profile consultants who have joined the NHA, with his specialisms in compliance, asset management, social housing, strategic planning and electrical engineering, he too believes ensuring safer homes and communities is possible.
To see a full list and profiles of NHA’s consultants and specialists click here