We understand that different clients have geographic, scheduling and budgetary concerns when it comes to staff training. We offer both live webinar and on-site training sessions, each of which are interactive, engaging and customized to the topic and appropriate skill level of the audience.
Our staff is recognized nationally as industry experts and has extensive experience delivering training sessions at industry meetings at the federal, state and local level on a wide array of topics pertinent to the affordable housing industry.
Our training sessions offer a variety of topics well-suited for those new to the industry, looking to establish fundamental skills, as well as those looking for intermediate and advanced level topics. Each training session can be customized to meet the needs of your organization.
Popular topics for training programs include:
Note: Pricing for training engagements is negotiated on an individual basis, taking into consideration the following factors:
Please see below for detailed information on training courses. Contact us today to discuss a personalized training engagement that meets the unique needs of your staff.
Our goal as trainers is to keep you informed on the latest changes in HUD compliance that directly impact your daily tasks. Please see below for our newest class offerings:
In November 2016, HUD published the VAWA Final Rule, implementing housing protections authorized in the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (VAWA) in all of HUD’s covered programs. Did you appropriately react to this new requirement by making the necessary adjustments to your written policies, forms and recertification procedures?
While some regulatory requirements went into effect on December 16, 2016, owners were provided until June 14, 2017 to implement other requirements like Emergency Transfer Plans. Do you have a game plan to meet this deadline for implementation?
This interactive webinar will teach participants what protections and options must be provided to VAWA victims regarding their application or current housing assistance. Learn what adjustments must be made in the policies, interview, screening, recertification and termination processes to comply with this new regulation.
HUD plans to release TRACS version 2.0.3.A on August 1, 2017 with an implementation deadline of October 31, 2017. Do you know how this update will affect site-level staff or centralized compliance staff using TRACS software? During this session, we will outline the most significant enhancements that will have a direct impact on your leasing operations to include: 1) Expanded reporting categories; 2) New procedures for social security number reporting for some household members; 3) New subsidy suspension codes available for temporary tenant relocations; and 4) New expanded reporting requirements for ongoing tenant subsidy repayment agreements.
Our offerings are not your typical online class. What makes our Blueprint webinars unique includes: