Have you seen our latest SFHA Live Events?
SFHA Live! is our programme of virtual events, conferences and training.
SFHA Live! Virtual Finance Conference
10 and 11 November 2020
The new normal: what will it look like?
At SFHA’s sector-leading finance conference, hear from experts about what will need to change in light of the coronavirus crisis – and what we, as a sector, should consider changing now that we have a chance to hit the reset button.
We’ll be talking about:
- The sector's role on the road to recovery is vital, and we will discuss what this might look like
- New challenges and opportunities that will emerge for the sector, hear more about what they might be.
The conference will also provide a chance to network with your fellow finance professionals.
Social Housing Net Zero Heat Fund
Tuesday 27 October 2020, 10:00-11:30
This webinar, led by Changeworks will provide an overview of the Social Housing Net Zero Heat Fund and allow you to discuss potential project ideas and how Changeworks could support you with an application.
Trauma Informed Practice in Action
Wednesday 28 October 2020, 10:30-12:30
This webinar will give you insight into adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and trauma-informed practice through a range of case studies from housing colleagues.
The Future of Heating and Hot Water
Thursday 29 October 2020, 10:00-11:30
This webinar will discuss the likely direction that heating and hot water policy will take, giving you an awareness of the policy direction and the steps we need to take in order to meet our legal requirements of net zero carbon by 2050.
KickStart Your Wokforce
Friday 30 October, 10:30-11:30
Hear form the Wise Group about how you can provide valuable experience to prepare the young workforce towards gainful employment through the KickStart scheme.
Trust Lab: The Process
Tuesday 3 November, 14:00-15:00
Following the success of Trust Housing Association's session at SFHA’s first virtual event in August, where Darren and Neil exhibited their ‘Trust Lab’ programme, we are hosting a ‘part two’ session which will involve a deeper discussion into the Trust Lab - exploring the vision, how it is being implemented and challenges and opportunities to date.
QLinker: An Introduction
Wednesday 4 November, 11:00-12:00
An introductory webinar to Qlinker, a ‘start-up’ housing association that functions as a ‘digital twin’, a digital replica of the existing organisation.
Reboot from Burnout Masterclass
Thursday 5 November, 08:30-10:00
The coronavirus pandemic has been the most significant worldwide human crisis for generations. All of our aspirations for the next few years changed when 82% of the world's working population went into quarantine. This masterclass, led by Eleanor Cannon of the Rubicon Partnership, will explore resetting your goals for the next three years, so that you can look back with pride at your personal and professional response to the pandemic.
Delivering Skills and Societal Impact
Thursday, 12 November, 11:00 to 12:00
Join Phoenix on the second in our ongoing series of webinars in partnership with Microsoft and the National Housing Federation, as we look at the fantastic range of completely free resources available to you and your tenants to acquire digital skills, CV writing tips, interview skills and more so that we can all become lifelong learners, embrace a growth mindset and continuously build a digital skill set to thrive in the 21st century world.
Benefits of Mentoring in Challenging Times
Thursday 19 November, 10:30-11:30
This webinar led by the Scottish Mentoring Networ (SMN) will cover the practical considerations in setting up and operating a successful, high-quality mentoring programme within your organisation. It will discuss the various ways in which SMN can support you in adopting best practice in mentoring.
Inclusive Living Ambassador Training
Thursday 10 December, 14:30-16:30
Price: Free for SFHA members
The training will be delivered by the creators of the SFHA Inclusive Living Toolkit, Dr Vikki McCall and Jill Pritchard. They will provide a thorough understanding, and detailed overview, of the theory behind the toolkit, its purpose and functions.
Our virtual events programme is updated regulalrly. Visit the SFHA Live! section for further deatils. You can also follow SFHA on Twitter @sfha_hq and SFHA Events Producer Karen Devin @karenDSFHA for daily updates direct to your newsfeed.