HHSRS was developed as a component of the Housing Act 2004 to replace the Fitness Standard. If you are a private sector housing practitioner it is likely that you will be required to apply HHSRS in your everyday role.
Who Should attend?
People who need to assess properties according to the HHSRS, housing managers who need to learn how the HHSRS may change their property ratings and how to prioritise failings, managers who need to supervise staff who are assessing properties.
The course will help organisations come to terms with the practical application and implications of the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS). By the end of this course, participants will understand the principles behind the Housing Health and Safety Rating System and will understand how to link deficiencies, hazards and the likelihood of harms.
Delegates will receive a certificate of Competence in applying the HHSRS from DASH Services. This course provides evidence that a delegate has attended training and has demonstrated an acceptable understanding of HHSRS through their submitted assignment and their participation in course discussions.
members £325 per delegate non-members £395 per delegate
This includes the Assessment fee and certification, course packs with HHSRS guidance manual and worked examples for delegates to retain, certificates, and all refreshments.
Group rates for a minimum of 8-10 delegates or an in-house course can be negotiated.
HHSRS Course Programme – HHSRS Practitioners Course
Session 1 – Background and Development of the HHSRS
Session 2 – Inspecting and Identifying Deficiencies
Session 3 – Introduction to the Guidance
Session 4 – Rating Hazards and the Scoring Procedure
Session 5 – The software and the Paper Scoring Form
Session 6 – The Worked Examples
Session 7 – Rating Hazards
Session 8 – Briefing on Practical Exercise
Session 9 – Course Review and Close
As HHSRS adopts a ‘risk based’ approach to property defects, there can be a great deal of variation in hazard ratings from practitioner to practitioner. This course incorporates an assessment that must be completed between day one and two of the course.
The second day of the training concentrates mainly on reports given by delegates on their assessments and provides the opportunity for feedback and discussion.
Next Course Dates:
17 March & 21 April 2017 Kedkleston Road training centre, Derby FULL
12 April & 9 May 2017 St Leger Homes, Doncaster FULL
taking bookings for next session in Derby for the end of May
To register your place contact Fiona on 01332 641111 or email firstname.lastname@example.org