Webinar & Video library
Give us a Chance is launching a new series of webinars, aimed exclusively at our members in partnership with Global Net 21.
The webinars, which will be free for all members, will cover a range of topics that seek to support the aims of GUAC and provide information, expertise and experience shared across the membership base.
Webinar occurred on: Friday 28 July 2017
Life Chances – Define Them, Create Them, Share Them
Being given a fair chance in life, no matter where you’re born, where you live, or how you are housed, is gaining stronger traction this year across the electorate. Given that context, how do we prove and show the valuable role that social housing has to play in developing fair life chances? Join our […]
Webinar occurred on: Friday 30 June 2017
Post-election round up
After the election this webinar reviews the outcome of the election, and reviews the policies that Housing organisations should now be starting to prepare for. We hear from our public affairs expert, Jennifer Riddell, PR Director at See Media, and have the opportunity to hear reflections from GUAC chair Ian Simpson.
Webinar occurred on: Friday 26 May 2017
Engaging to Influence on housing and employment – an expert session
Join us for this webinar with See Media, GUAC’s Public Affairs and Communications specialists. The webinar runs through the essentials of public affairs; how to engage your local, regional or national stakeholders to influence them effectively, and how to be heard clearly. Jenny Riddell, Public Relations Director at See Media updates us on the runners […]
Webinar occurred on: Friday 28 April 2017
The Apprenticeship Levy – what it means for GUAC members now
Join our Levy expert Paul Warner from the AELP for this bang up to date session on how the Levy works for employers, what we need to do, and how we can make the most of the Levy, whether paying it or not.
Webinar occurred on: Friday 7 April 2017
An invitation to engage with GUAC’s 2017 Impact Research
n 2017, GUAC intend to carry out nationwide research with our members on the ‘bottom line’ impact of the work that we all do. This one hour webinar introduces the research aims, methodology and partners.
Webinar occurred on: Friday 31 March 2017
The Life Chances Fund
Hear from officials at the Cabinet Office on the Life Chances Fund, a new £80 million fund to provide payment-by-results contracts for locally developed projects, which could be adopted and run by Housing Associations.
Video(s) occurred on: Friday 17 March 2017
An introduction to GUAC in 30 seconds – 3 key facts, and 1 key purpose
Webinar occurred on: Friday 24 February 2017
The role and challenges of the employment adviser
We are joined by APM and the Institute of Employability Professionals, and will examine the changing role, and new demands placed on employment advisers to support people with more complex needs into work, and related support.
Video(s) occurred on: Friday 16 December 2016
Season’s Greetings from Riverside
Webinar occurred on: Friday 9 December 2016
Unlocking Business For Everyone
This webinar focuses on resident enterprise, business start-ups and in-business support, delivered in conjunction with one of the founding Directors of Enterprise Cube, Richard Lanning.
Webinar occurred on: Friday 25 November 2016
Click Starting Your Way To Financial Literacy In The Digital Age
View our recent webinar regarding “Click Start”, an innovative project to develop and improve digital and financial inclusion of housing tenants.
Video(s) occurred on: Thursday 3 November 2016
GUAC Annual Reception at the House of Commons
View a short film that captured our Annual Reception in 2016, and catch up with the clips featured on the night showcasing just some of the work our members do.
Webinar occurred on: Wednesday 31 August 2016
Introduction to Give us a Chance
A introduction to Give us a Chance and the work of its members.
Video(s) occurred on: Friday 24 June 2016
Business in the Community (BITC) ‘Responsible Business Award’
GUAC Member Amicus Horizon were announced winners of the Business in the Community (BITC) ‘Responsible Business Award’.