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Register Today: 2018 NSP Workshop Series - Los Angeles, CA - July 31 - August 2, 2018

Registration is now open for the 2018 Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Workshop! This is a three-day workshop designed to assist grantees in addressing obstacles that are preventing their programs from moving toward closeout.

The workshop series is suitable for beginners as well as more advanced NSP grantees and gives attendees the opportunity to register for the session that best suits their needs. Some topics that will be covered include national objectives, Disaster Recovery Grant Reporting (DRGR) reconciliation, held properties, and rental compliance. These sessions will include a combination of lecture, hands-on exercises, and technical assistance (TA) and are valuable for every NSP program practitioner.

The three-day workshop is divided into two sessions. Participants can register for one or both sessions. Session I is two full days and includes a hands-on DRGR training for beginner DRGR users and a joint session on closeout preparation with Session II attendees. Session II is gear toward more advanced NSP grantee staff. This session is a day and a half beginning on the afternoon of day two with a joint session on closeout preparation with Session I attendees. Session II concludes the workshop on day three with more advanced training and TA in a clinic-style environment where grantees can engage with TA providers to address specific NSP concerns and attend small group learning opportunities. Grantees will need to register for both sessions to be considered for the full three-day workshop.

Workshop Session Detail: Session 1 all of day one and first half of day two. Session 2 last half of day 2 and all of day three.

Training Objectives

Session I of this workshop teaches NSP grantees to:

  • Understand and use DRGR functions in all modules
  • Work in a hands-on environment to apply the class lessons to case study exercises
  • Access DRGR reports to reconcile data for closeout
  • Gain knowledge on all aspects of NSP closeout including preparation, process, and program income transfers

Session II of this workshop teaches NSP grantees to:

  • Analyze DRGR reports to reconcile data for closeout
  • Gain knowledge on all aspects of NSP closeout including preparation, process, and program income transfers
  • Explore advanced topics including managing project changes, ensuring rental compliance, working with held properties, and more
  • Address complex concerns through working groups and one-on-one TA opportunities

Who Should Attend?

This training is intended for Neighborhood Stabilization Program grantees.

Schedule

Location Dates Registration
Los Angeles, CA - Session I July 31 - August 1, 2018 Register Now
Los Angeles, CA - Session II August 1 - August 2, 2018 Register Now
Chicago, IL August 14 - 16, 2018 Save the Date
Atlanta, GA October 2 - 4, 2018 Save the Date
More Dates Anticipated!    

Registration Information

You must have a HUD Exchange account to register. Follow these instructions for registering.

Please note, your enrollment does not guarantee approval. You will receive a confirmation email entitled “NSP Workshops – Los Angeles” once your enrollment has been approved. Please do not make any non-refundable travel arrangements until you receive an email confirmation notice. HUD cannot be responsible for penalties incurred due to cancelled arrangements. 

Each grantee is limited initially to two (2) staff members for each session of the workshop. Additional NSP staff will be waitlisted. Waitlisted staff will be permitted to attend if the training does not reach capacity. Due to the limited availability of training seats, for-profit corporations, consultants, and consulting firms are not permitted to register for this workshop series.

Training Point of Contact

NSP Workshops | NSPWorkshops@tdainc.org

         
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