This programme consists of two short course modules, 'Sustainable Housing: Climate, Place and Community' and 'Legal and Regulatory Frameworks in Housing'.
Reflecting the ever-changing demands of health and social care, this course has been crafted to provide an up-to-date education on matters of sustainable housing, drawing from employer and sector input to ensure that the content is up-to-date and highly relevant.
Our flexible curriculum is designed to work for you, accommodating your employment and/or caring needs, while taking your particular workplace experience into account.
Lecturers with prior experience in a range of relevant contexts will deliver this programme, building on the University of Wolverhampton’s history teaching the subject. You will examine emergent trends and theoretical concepts in the housing and social care sectors, in terms of their relation to real-life practice, situations and problems. Throughout this process, you will study sustainable building practices and the role of digital innovation in housing contexts, among other cutting-edge topics.
Building on years of teaching at the University of Wolverhampton, this short course explores emerging trends and theoretical practices in the housing and social care sectors, integrating input from leading employers into the curriculum.
The changing demands of employees are reflected through a flexible programme, meeting your needs as a student with career or caring responsibilities and as a prospective worker. Sustainable building practices, the role of digital innovation, and key frameworks are covered by experienced lecturers from the School of Society and Community, committed to imparting their relevant knowledge for numerous positions within the field.