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Reserve Your Seat Today! | Enroll in Upcoming Academy Courses

Two of NFHTA's most popular instructor led courses are back by popular demand! Seats are limited, so submit a registration request today to begin the enrollment process.

Please note that submitting a registration request does not confirm that your seat is reserved. Interested participants must meet all eligibility requirements and fully complete the two-step registration to be enrolled in the course.

Fundamentals of Fair Housing - Intake

August 30 - September 2, 2021 | 1:00-4:00 PM ET

The Fundamentals of Fair Housing - Intake course covers best practices in fair housing intake for FHIP and FHAP staff. This course will provide an overview of the responsibilities and customer service orientation to conducting intake. 

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Be currently employed by a FHIP or FHAP
  • Have less than 3 years of experience working in fair housing
  • Support intake activities with a FHIP or FHAP
  • Have completed NFHTA's Basics of Fair Housing OR be familiar with the Basics of Fair Housing Learning Objectives

Basics of Fair Housing

September 20-23, 2021 | 1:00-4:00 PM ET

The Basics of Fair Housing course ensures that FHIP and FHAP participants have a foundational framework, which they can build upon to carry out their duties in a professional and proficient manner.

Eligibility Requirements

  • Be currently be employed by a FHIP or FHAP
  • Have less than 2 years of experience working in fair housing
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How to Enroll in a NFHTA Instructor Led Course

Seats in Academy courses are extremely limited and reserved on a first come, first served basis.

To enroll in Academy courses, follow these three simple steps:

Step 1: Submit a Registration Request

Submit a registration request through the HUD Exchange Learning Management System (LMS). Submitting a registration request does not confirm eligibility to attend the course. You will receive an enrollment notification within 1-2 weeks of the course start date notifying if your request was approved, waitlisted, or declined.

Step 2: If Approved, Submit a Participant Background Form

If approved, you will receive an email from the NFHTA Registrar instructing you to complete the participant background form. You must complete this form in order to be officially enrolled in the course. Failure to complete this form will result in your registration being dropped from the course.

Step 3: Attend the Course!

After you complete step 2, you will receive a unique link that will grant you access to the instructor led course. You will also receive an email within a few days of the course start date with an agenda and other relevant course resources. You must attend all four days of the course to be eligible for a course completion certificate.

Only approved participants are allowed to attend the course. Participants are not allowed to share their unique login with colleagues.

Learn more about NFHTA Instructor Led Courses.

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