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Sitra provides a broad range of training, briefings and special events for the housing, support and care sectors.

Our in-house training tailors a course to your organisational requirements whilst our public trainingbriefings and special events are open to everyone. 

If you become a Sitra member you will benefit from £100 off your first in-house course and 50% off your first public event or briefing in addition to lots of other Membership Benefits.

Why not download our TRAINING GUIDE for the full range of courses that we offer.

Contact Anna Robertson for more information regarding in-house training - or call 020 7840 4483 or contact Lana Newby for more information regarding public events - or call 020 7840 4497. 

Take a look at what is currently scheduled or search our calendar to find an event that’s right for you. 

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Boundaries, Lone Working & Dangerous Situations

Tuesday 20th September 2016

Location: Sitra, Gateway House, Milverton Street, Kennington, London , SE11 4AP

Working on the frontline, you are likely to come face-to-face with decisions that can call into question your professional boundaries and personal safety. This training course aims to highlight awareness of appropriate behavior and coping strategies in various challenging scenarios. Join us on this practical and informative course.

Housing Law and Possession

Tuesday 27th September 2016

Location: Sitra, Gateway House, Milverton Street, Kennington, London , SE11 4AP

Join us to learn how how housing law impacts taking tenancy possession action and detailed learning of how to complete court paperwork.

Introduction to complex trauma and trauma informed care

Wednesday 14th September 2016

Location: Booth Centre, Edward Holt House, Pimblett Street, Manchester, M3 1FU

A practical approach to trauma informed care. This course aims to provide delegates with an introduction to complex trauma and its physiological and psychological impact. It provides information and an opportunity to reflect on how your service can be a safe and empowering environment for staff and service users. Delegates will also be given some practical resources.

Learning disabilities awareness

Tuesday 13th September 2016

Location: Homeless Link, Gateway House, Milverton Street, Kennington, London , SE11 4AP

Understand learning disabilities in relation to homelessness.

This course will give you the practical skills needed to help clients improve self awareness, build motivation and self-esteem, break free from unhelpful behavioural patterns, and take responsibility for their actions and choices.

The course aims to inform people about the large spectrum of learning disabilities; the different conditions in this spectrum, and the behaviours and difficulties that their conditions can cause.

Mental Health: Panic, Anxiety and OCD

Tuesday 28th February 2017

Location: Sitra, Gateway House, Milverton Street, Kennington, London , SE11 4AP

Panic, anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder are areas of mental health that are increasing diagnosis today. With this in mind, it is essential that an awareness and understanding of how these feelings and behaviours are manifest and how best to support clients experiencing the effects of panic, anxiety and OCD.

This training course is ideal for anyone working with clients who display symptoms of panic, anxiety or OCD, from mild symptoms to more advanced.

National Housing Federation Health and Housing Conference and Exhibition 2016

Tuesday 20th September 2016

Location: Crowne Plaza, Birmingham

Dedicated to care and support professionals this event will help you navigate the obstacles you're facing within the health, care and support system.

Learn how to improve the wellbeing of your tenants amidst further funding cuts and equip yourself with the tools you need to do this. Explore how to develop innovative solutions by listening to what others are doing and discuss how to manage during uncertain times.

Protecting vulnerable adults, children and older adults from online dangers - Birmingham

Thursday 9th March 2017

Location: BVSC, The Centre for Voluntary Action, 138 Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 6DR

We are living in an online society, many of us to varying degrees are living our lives online.

We are all vulnerable to online dangers, but how do we support those who are most vulnerable - children, young people, vulnerable adults and older adults? How do we raise awareness within these groups and how can we identify if someone may be falling prey to online dangers?

Welfare Benefits for EEA Migrants

Thursday 20th October 2016

Location: Sitra, Gateway House, Milverton Street, Kennington, London , SE11 4AP

This one day course provides a complete understanding of when a European Economic Area national is entitled to welfare benefits and tax credits.

NHF Health and Housing Conference 2016

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