Join us for our Autumn Lecture 2023 to discuss the current state of housing studies education in the UK. With ongoing debates around professionalism in the housing sector, a forthcoming UK Government regulatory requirement around qualifications for housing staff, and a complex approach to housing education within UK HEIs, we will discuss what the role of ‘housing studies’ is within this context.
Do you want to hear about the latest update on the #ukhousing professionalisation agenda?
Do you think #housing qualifications should be mandatory for those working in the sector?
What’s the point of housing qualifications?
Join us at our Autumn Lecture to get involved with these discussions with a view from practice, policy, and academia!
The HSA Autumn Lecture will be held online.
Tickets are now available to book (see below). This event is free for HSA members. If you are not a member we would love for you to join us at the Autumn Lecture and you might want to check out our membership options before booking.
Chair: Professor Vikki McCall, University of Stirling
Representative from Department for Levelling Up, Housing, and Communities
Natasha Roberts - Walterton and Elgin Community Homes
Julie Bundy - Walterton and Elgin Community Homes
Peter Williams - Consultant and former Chair of the HSA