Training

GHA training covers topics relevant to designing and delivering good homes. GHA is delivering training on the following topics  - follow the links below for more information on these topics and to access training which is currently available:

 

The GHA organises training courses and develops training materials, either independently or with partners. These are the four ways that we are involved in training:

  • Delivering training
  • Developing training materials and training systems related to the delivery of good homes
  • Training trainers
  • Advising on training projects, strategies, systems and materials

Please let us know any other topics you would like to see covered by our training programme.

 

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  1. JUN 01

    Closing the energy performance gap in new homes

    Cundall 1 Carter Lane London EC4V 5ER

  2. JUN 08

    The Role of Local Leadership in Creating Sustainable Homes – a panel debate from the experts

    Pollard Thomas Edwards, Diespeker Wharf, 38 Graham Street, London, N1 8JX

  3. JUL 06

    New Homes and Our Health

    University of Sheffield, Arts Tower, Bolsover St, Sheffield S3 7NA

  4. JUL 18

    Site visit: Lovedon Fields

    Lovedon Fields, Kings Worthy, Winchester, Hampshire, SO23 7NJ.

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  1. 17-5-17

    Presentations from Alternative Housing Models event

    The presentations from our Alternative Housing Models event kindly hosted by Winckworth Sherwood on 12th May 2017 are avail... Read more >

  2. 16-5-17

    British Gypsum seek partners to develop case studies that demonstrate benefits of alternative material use

    The Innovation Team at British Gypsum, a Good Homes Alliance Leader Member, are seeking to work with fellow GHA members to ... Read more >

  3. 5-5-17

    Encraft and Oxford Brookes University launch collaborative research on tackling overheating in new-build housing and extra-care homes

    Encraft and Oxford Brookes University launch collaborative research on tackling overheating in new-build housing and extra-... Read more >