As a group of social housing providers across England, we have joined forces to create a consortium to build influence on behalf of our members. By working together, developing new ideas and influencing national policy we aim to put social housing providers at the heart of the employment and skills agenda.

The national housing body helping our customers get jobs. We're about influencing, sharing and partnerships.

“Love London Working” seeks young apprentices

Love London Working are looking for young people in London to attend the Transport for London (TfL) Apprenticeship Fair, taking place on Thursday 9 March at City Hall. The Apprenticeship fair is open to 18 – 24 year olds, and is offering the opportunity to apply for over 200 vacancies in ...

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Work and Health Programme briefing event in Birmingham

On Monday 30th Jan GUAC and some of our members attended the Work and Health Programme briefing event in Birmingham. The link below takes you to slides presented by the DWP, and the Learning and Work Institute - they are a useful reference point for any member considering WHP involvement. htt...

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