Langstane employees pass ‘Understanding buildings and managing repairs’ City & Guilds training



Langstane Housing Association has congratulated its property services officers on passing their recent City & Guilds training course ‘Understanding buildings and managing repairs’.

Toni Sherriffs, Andrew Kemp, Neil Irvine and Colin Hay passed the training programme which aims to provide delegates with the knowledge and understanding of how buildings are constructed, recognise common maintenance problems and develop the skills needed to successfully manage the administration of reporting building repairs.

Commenting on the team’s recent success, Judith Sutherland, director of housing & social justice, said: “I’m absolutely delighted that the property services officers have passed their City and Guilds qualification providing them with additional knowledge and confidence to carry out their role. They have worked so hard to achieve this great result.”

Chief executive Helen Gauld said: “Langstane Housing Association aims to provide training to enable employees to perform their work safely and efficiently whilst providing the best service possible to our tenants.

“All of the staff here at Langstane Housing Association would like to congratulate the Property Services Officers on their recent City & Guilds qualification.”



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