Housing professionals operate within a particular social, political and economic environment which has shaped the way that social housing is delivered in their community. This course deals with the context for social housing: where it fits in the broader housing system and in Canadian society.
This course qualifies as an elective towards IHM’s Property Management Certificate program.
Key Topics Explored:
- The big links between housing, including social housing, and larger concerns or systems
- The social, political and regulatory context in which social housing organizations operate
- The history of Canadian social housing and its implication on current issues, including good repair of older buildings, expiring subsidy, complex intergovernmental roles, multiple funding formulas, and diverse providers
- The diverse types of housing organizations and stakeholders
- Policy and the roles of government in housing
- Funding framework for social housing
You must be a member of CIH Canada to enrol in a course or designation program.
You will be considered for entry for Certified-level courses/program, if you meet one of the following requirements:
- University/College degree/diploma
- Experience working in housing sector or related field
- Evidence of qualification with the Real Estate Institute of Canada (REIC) or the Institute of Housing Management (IHM)
Complete an application form and submit it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Certified- Level Course/Designation Costs:
- $850 + tax per online course*
- $3400 + tax for entire certified designation
*taking a course does not commit you to pursuing Certified Membership