Entirely Property

TEESIDE PROPERTY NEWS

Wednesday February 6 2019


Beyond Housing Puts Former Apprentice on Track to New Career


Beyond Housing has helped a young Redcar woman cement the foundations for a career in housing.



Beyond Housing Puts Former Apprentice on Track to New Career

Faye Daniels, 21, has started a full-time position as a Housing Assistant after achieving a distinction in her Level 2 Housing Apprenticeship delivered by Beyond Housing.

Faye’s apprenticeship was completed through the new Housing Standard Apprenticeship in partnership with the Chartered Institute of Housing.

Beyond Housing was one of the organisations involved in implementing the apprenticeship’s industry leading new standards.

Last year, Beyond Housing, took on six new apprentices in Redcar, four of whom are female, across different areas of the organisation, including painting and decorating, plumbing and heating, electrical and development. 

During her apprenticeship, Faye undertook duties including assisting the Housing team with face-to-face and telephone enquiries from existing and potential customers, helping customers through the process of searching for a home, signing up for a property, ending a tenancy and reporting any concerns such as anti-social behaviour. She supported the team with administration tasks including making appointments, maintaining electronic filing systems and filling in paperwork.

Emma Tooth, Apprenticeship Coordinator at Beyond Housing, said: “We’re proud to be successfully delivering apprenticeships across a wide range of roles, and trailblazing with the new housing apprenticeship standards, which Faye has successfully completed.

“Apprenticeships are a big part of the organisation’s culture and we want to ensure we help them grow and develop in their roles, just as Faye has.

Emma added: “I wish Faye the best with her progression and her future career and very much looking forward to continuing to work with her.”

Faye, who organised a very successful Volunteer Awards Ceremony during her apprenticeship, arranging everything from the venue to entertainment, invitations, decoration, gifts and refreshments, said: “I’m so pleased I managed to secure a position with Beyond Housing; my ambition was always to continue to work here at the end of my apprenticeship and I’m so proud of myself for achieving this.

“Deciding to do an apprenticeship was definitely one of the best things I’ve done. I’d definitely recommend doing an apprenticeship, you get to learn through first-hand experience from the business perspective rather than from a classroom. It comes with its challenges, but my advice would be to work hard and stay focused as it’s really rewarding in the end.

 

“I chose housing as a career path as I thought it would be interesting and I knew I’d get the opportunity to interact with a lot of different people. There’s real job satisfaction in helping people with their housing needs and seeing them settle into new homes. I’m thoroughly enjoying being part of the Beyond Housing team.”



"Im so pleased I managed to secure a position with Beyond Housing my ambition was always to continue to work here at the end of my apprenticeship and Im so proud of myself for achieving this."
Faye Daniels








DISCLAIMER: The statements, opinions, views and advice expressed in this article are those of the author/organisation and not of ENTIRELY. This article should represent information correct at the time of publication however whilst every care has been taken to present up-to-date and accurate information, we cannot guarantee that inaccuracies will not occur. ENTIRELY will not be held responsible for any claim, loss, damage or inconvenience caused as a result of any information within this article or any information accessed through this site. The content of any organisations websites which you link to from ENTIRELY are entirely out of the control of ENTIRELY, and you proceed at your own risk. These links are provided purely for your convenience and do not imply any endorsement of or association with any products, services, content, information or materials offered by or accessible to you at the organisations site.







CRE Property & Construction Consultants


CRE are a team of Chartered Building Surveyors and Project Management Consultants that operate across the United Kingdom. CRE offers customers a new and refreshing approach to commercial property and project advisory services.






Sovini Group

housing


The Sovini Group comprises both not-for-profit, and commercial enterprises, and its purpose is to bring together complementary organisations which have similar values and aspirations in both the not-for-profit and commercial sectors.






One Vision Housing

Housing association


One Vision Housing is a Registered Provider of Social Housing with approximately 13,000 homes across Sefton, Liverpool and Wirral.We were formed in October 2006, following a successful stock transfer from Sefton Council and are a not-for-profit organisation, regulated by the Homes and Communities Agency.One Vision Housing is part of the Sovini Group which was formed in December 2011.






Pine Court Housing Association

Housing Association


Pine Court Housing Association is a registered social landlord providing over 450 quality affordable homes in Liverpool and Wirral.Formed in 1986, Pine Court Housing was originally established to provide quality homes and housing services for those in need, with a specific focus on the Chinese and South East Asian communities.






Intelligent

Business Sale Experts


Intelligent is unrivalled in the sale and purchase of privately owned SMEs such as Convenience Stores and Hotels, whilst Intelligent Corporate focuses on owner operated companies valued from 0.5million to 10million. The operational business is divided into key sectors, offering market leading advice for both buyers and sellers. Intelligent have developed their business through using bespoke, market leading technology and employing a dedicated, professional team.






RECOMMENDED FOR YOU ON ENTIRELY NORTH EAST