Capital Fund Distance Learning 6/15-6/16
What is Distance learning?
Multi-day training delivered in a modular and a web-based format. Participants register individually and access the sessions with a direct email. Sessions are typically 3 hours (1:30-4:30pm ET) and spread out. This allows participants to balance learning with other work responsibilites. Attendance is recorded and upon successful completion, CEUs are applied towards certification requirements. Distance learnings are meant to be interactive. Participants will engage with the faculty member by discussions, polls and utilizing a chat feature.
In this two module series, learn how to incorporate capital planning into the PHA Plan process, discover how to maximize your capital fund resources, use CFP funds for new construction, demolition, unit reconfiguration, energy improvements and leverage these funds with other revenue sources. This program will provide important updates related to HUD’s Final Rule. These updates include information about new guidelines affecting administration, management improvements, resident consultation, replacement housing factor, planning and reporting requirements, physical needs assessment, cost limitations, site and neighborhood standards, as well as important Public and Indian Housing (PIH) notices impacting the CFP program.
Who should attend?
Although traditional modernization practitioners will appreciate this seminar, it is also very relevant to senior policy makers and administrators, including executive directors and finance and other directors. This is especially true in light of the CFPs linkage to PHA Plan mission statements, strategic goals and objectives, and the program’s new emphasis on mixed-finance leveraging of funds in the context of new housing development and/or major redesign strategies.
What is the Schedule?
Monday, June 15 from 1:30-4:30pm
Tuesday, June 16 from 1:30-4:30pm
Note: Electronic copy of training manual included in pricing.