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Catch22 central to apprenticeship collaboration group

Catch22 has taken a central role in a collaboration group spearheading a new apprenticeship pilot in Housing and Property Management.

09 February 2017

The property management company Rendall & Rittner is spearheading the first ever government apprenticeship pilot in Housing and Property Management, which aims to deliver a new Level 3 Apprenticeship Pilot Scheme in Housing and Property Management in line with the government’s apprenticeship standard.

Rendall & Rittner has championed apprenticeships through the official Trailblazer scheme and has now formed a ‘collaboration group’ combining the Catch22 apprenticeship consultancy, the Chartered Institute of Housing and the Institute of Residential Property Management.

Through the programme, apprentices will learn general law, leasehold finance, land and built environment and customer service. The apprenticeships will include four workplace assessments, ending with a project based submission and panel interview through the CIH assessment gateway.

“The housing and property management industry will benefit hugely from the launch of this scheme. It’s vital that young people are offered alternative and effective ways of learning industry standard practices, while earning and gaining a qualification” says Richard Daver, managing director at Rendall & Rittner. “We urge those interested, both future apprenticeships and other property companies, to get involved,” he said.

Those wishing to register interest can do so by emailing


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