Professional Development Education
Fundamentals of Housing Policy and Governance
This course is directed to professionals new to careers in housing, either in community organizations or government that seek a grounding in the fundamentals and history of housing policy development in Canada’s market based system. It would also be of interest to non-housing professions working in related areas such as health, social development, economic development and planning.
Objective: To provide an overview of housing policy, programs and institutional arrangements and the overlap of housing issues and policies into other disciplines (non housing outcomes of housing policy).
This course is not currently offered. A version is available through the Chartered Institute of Housing CIH Canadapresented in 3-2 day modules:
“It was relevant to Canada; based in history, linked to policy, politics and economics and he concluded with some practical exercises. It was very good.”-Housing Course Participant, 2011
Condensed One-day Course for New Professionals
In addition, a one-day condensed course has been delivered during a number of CHRA annual Conferences as well as at a number of provincial association events. This is scheduled as part of next CHRA Congress April 2018 in Ottawa.
Registration Info: CHRA
“Great Overview. An immense amount of info and data in a short time. Very effective at imparting the value of research and data in policy development.”
– Course Participant, 2012
Custom Training and Education
Workshops can be designed and conducted upon your request! Please inquire for more information.