LEAP's Housing Training (CPD accredited) aims to provide practitioners with up-to-date information on housing issues in Lambeth.
The training aims to provide practitioners with:
The 90-minute training can be delivered via Microsoft Teams during the Covid-19 pandemic.
It covers the following topics:
At the start of the coronavirus lockdown, the service also offered a series of virtual sessions called ‘Meet the Lambeth Housing professionals’. This enabled local practitioners to:
A document summarising key messages from these sessions is available upon request from firstname.lastname@example.org.
This free training is aimed at practitioners who support pregnant mothers and families with young children.
This training will enable practitioners to give consistent messages and advice to local families regarding housing issues.
Living in overcrowded housing can affect the mental well-being and physical health of children and adults. By limiting the space to learn to walk, play and learn, living in overcrowding housing affects children’s development.
Practically, overcrowded housing impacts on privacy, increases damp and mould and reduces storage space. Families find it difficult to sit down and have dinner together, or to find space to relax or do homework, for example.
All of this can impact on the emotional wellbeing of both children and parents.
Free housing training (CPD accredited).
This training is offered on arrangement only.
As mentioned above, key messages from the Overcrowded Housing service ‘Meet the Lambeth Housing professionals’ held from April to June 2020 can be shared with practitioners upon request. Please email email@example.com.