The Women in Compliance group has helped me beat ‘imposter syndrome’ – it’s a feeling many of us women know well!
Jackie Westerman is an administrator for Argyll Community Housing Association, a social housing provider servicing over 5000 homes based on the west coast of Scotland.
Working within the gas, solid fuel and EPI servicing sector, she shares her story on how the Women in Compliance group has become an important part of her working life.
Click here to read the full case study from Jackie who will be attending our next Women in Compliance networking session at the ASCP Scotland safety & compliance conference on the 26th September 2019.
First female to graduate the new CORGI VRQ Compliance Diploma!
Kim Morris, Head of Training and Membership at CORGI said “We would like to extend our congratulations to Amanda for being one of the first people to pass the CORGI Level 4 VRQ Diploma in Asset & Building Management Compliance. It is an extremely comprehensive course, covering the key aspects of compliance within social housing and facilities management including fire, gas, electrical, asbestos and legionella safety, and therefore requires a certain level of dedication to complete the course. It is a real achievement and I very much hope the learnings from the course will benefit Amanda’s Compliance Management role at Notting Hill Genesis going forward.
Women in Housing 2019 Awards
We are delighted to announce that for a second year running, our very own CEO, Claire Heyes has been shortlisted for an award at the Women in Housing 2019 Awards, taking place in Manchester in October.
The award Claire has been shortlisted for is the Women of the year: Leadership, for her continued commitment to raising industry standards and awareness in all safety and compliance matters and for supporting females in social housing through the
Women in Compliance group.
The Women of the Year: Leadership award recognises women who are an inspiration to others and are an outstanding ambassador for women in housing and excel in whatever they do.
We are very excited and wish Claire the best of luck!