The Michael Lynch Centre for Enterprise
71 Princes Street, Ardrossan, Ayrshire
KA22 8DG Tel No: 01294 475636

Scottish Charity No 028100
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CHAP provides free, confidential, independent advice, information and advocacy support on housing and housing related issues to all residents across North Ayrshire.

Advice and Information on: Rent arrears, Council tax arrears, Homeless issues, Eviction, Neighbourhood disputes, Re-housing issues.

CHAP can help

Training

There are various ways to learn new skills with the help of CHAP, either by volunteering or by attending one of our various training courses.

Training packages

An Introduction to Advocacy Awareness training informs individuals about the necessary skills and qualities required to work with members of the public.

Housing Advocacy Training is offered to volunteers / students who have been allocated roles within the Housing Advocacy department.

Challenging Behaviour and Defusing Confrontational Situations training is provided to staff / volunteers / students to highlight the main issues surrounding challenging behaviour and confrontational situations.

Find out what people think of our training by clicking here.

External delivery

All of CHAP's training packages can also be delivered externally to other organisations.

To find out more about this, please contact us.

Contact details


CHAP Education Department - The Michael Lynch Centre for Enterprise COMMUNITY HOUSING ADVOCACY PROJECT
The Michael Lynch Centre for Enterprise
71 Princes Street
Ardrossan
Ayrshire
KA22 8DG

Tel No: 01294 475635
General Enquiries: 01294 475636
Fax: 01294 475637
Email:chaphousing@gmail.com
Website:www.chap.org.uk

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