Reduced service on 25 January due to office move


Sitra furniture sale

Sitra furniture sale

We are selling lots of good quality office furniture (some old and some new) due to the office move. All must be picked up from SE1 by 23 February.

Sitra weekly policy and events update (w/c 01.02.2016)

Sitra weekly policy and events update (w/c 01.02.2016)

In this week's news, find out how capping social housing rents to LHA rate will impact supported housing, and why the transfer of Attendance Allowance might affect the sustainability of extra-care schemes. Plus new training in North West England, and great job opportunities in our sector.

Gateway is looking for a new Head of Care and Support

Gateway is looking for a new Head of Care and Support

Head of Care & Support ref: HOCS2016 Salary: £55,825 pa plus SHPS defined contribution pension and cash plan health care package. Gateway is a lead provider of older people’s housing, support and care services in Tower Hamlets for which we are reaching for excellence. Many of our properties and services are enjoyed by older people from age 55-105. We are looking for a Head of Service to lead our housing, registered care and support services in East London

Capping of social housing rents: how will it impact your services?

Capping of social housing rents: how will it impact your services?

The proposed capping of social housing rents at Local Housing Allowance levels could have a devastating impact on supported housing services. Help us make the case to Government about the effect it could have on the support you provide.


Who Cares for Me? Good Practice in Working with Care Leavers

1 Mar 2016

Sitra in conjunction with Leaving Care Advisory Service (LCAS) are thrilled to bring you this much needed half day briefing. This briefing is essential to those who work with young people as it will enable you to refresh your understanding about statutory duties to young people and how agencies can work together to provide high quality services in this austere environment.

Handling Violent and Aggressive Situations

9 Mar 2016

This course is one of our most popular courses to date. It illustrates how staff can respond to some of the most challenging aspects of behaviour encountered in their work and equips them with the skills necessary to achieve a successful resolution. This course is suitable for anyone working in settings where people may behave in a difficult, disturbing or dangerous way.


Homelessness and Inclusion Health Conference

Homeless and Inclusion Health 2016: Annual International Symposium & Study Days

Pulling Together

welfare benefits training & information

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