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ARK is one of the UK’s leading housing consultancy practices with a team of over 90 senior housing professionals with skills and expertise covering all housing disciplines.

Utilising the skills and expertise of our housing professionals we have developed a portfolio of workshop and seminars providing a wide range of training from asset and housing management, through to regeneration and new build, financial and treasury advisory services, governance and procurement.

All of our training sessions have been developed to provide housing professionals with the knowledge and skills they require to deliver high quality services and homes that people want to live in.

We are currently running two seminars focusing on the development and delivery of asset management seminars.

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If you would like to discuss a bespoke training package for your organisation.

DATE: 19th January 2022

The recent report of the Housing Ombudsman on damp and mould makes for grim reading. Together with the White Paper, rising complaints and disrepair cases, housing providers need to act now to protect residents and avoid yet another ‘bad news’ story.

This FREE two-hour seminar focuses on helping to shift thinking from reacting to preventing problems. You will hear expert insights from the Housing Ombudsman, Devonshires Solicitors and senior ARK consultants.

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DATE: 21st February 2022 to 25th February 2022

Tragic fires in the recent past have shown how Tall Buildings can pose real challenges to firefighters and those charged with evacuating occupants. Competent fire safety management is the key to fire prevention.

Developed to compliment membership of the Tall Buildings Fire Safety Network (TBFSN), the Tall Building Fire Safety Management Training Course is packed with useful tools and techniques for those tasked with management.

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DATE: 21st March 2022

Housing customers have rights that have been strengthened recently by recent legislative changes and case law. This course will outline the expectations of regulators and the courts in relation to disrepair and help you to understand effective approaches to reducing risk and impact while sharing learnings and good practice across the sector.

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