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.
Seetec Employment & Skills has become the latest employment and skills specialist to take up membership of GUAC, the leading consortium of social landlords in the employment and skills sector. As one of the UK’s leading employment and skills providers, Seetec Employment & Skills support...Read more
Last week, Give us a Chance met with Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Rt Hon Damian Green MP, to showcase the work of our members, and to highlight the important role that housing organisations play in helping their tenants into employment. At the meeting, GUAC lead Lynsey Boother, took ...Read more