Upcoming forum meetings in July, August and September
Property Repairs and Asset Management, Energy, HR and People, TECH, Finance and Scottish Factoring Network.
Property Repairs and Asset Management
22 July, 10:00–12:00
This forum is for staff working in property repairs and asset management. It allows you to keep up to date with the latest developments, share best practice, and discuss challenges.
An update from the SFHA Policy Team will be included as part of every forum.
19 August, 10:00–12:00
The Energy Forum will be held jointly with Changeworks and Warmworks.
This is a new forum for staff with an interest in energy-related issues to keep up to date with the latest developments, share best practice, and discuss challenges.
Speakers will also be invited to attend to brief members on new developments or present on particular topics.
HR and People
26 August, 10:00–12:00
This forum will be facilitated by Stephanie Harper of Change HR Ltd on behalf of SFHA. It is is for staff who work in HR. The forum discusses the latest updates in this field and allows members to network and share best practice.
West Finance Forum
2 September, 14:00–16:00
This forum gives SFHA members an opportunity to discuss finance issues.
TECH Community Meet-up September
2 September, 14:00–15:30
TECH Community Meet-ups are for TECH Charter signatories and provide a space to:
- keep up to date with the latest TEC developments
- hear from subject experts
- share experience, learning and best practice
- collaborate on new and innovative ways to embed TEC into services.
East Finance Forum
7 September, 10:00–12:00
This forums gives SFHA members an opportunity to discuss finance issues.
Scottish Factoring Network
9 September, 10:00–12:00
The Scottish Factoring Network (SFN) is a joint initiative between SHARE, SFHA and GWSF that provides support for housing practitioners and social housing organisations that are involved in delivering factoring services to owners.
The SFN has developed a series of networking events and conferences, designed to inform practitioners and allow the sharing of best practice in factoring.