AHMA East Texas

2021 Webinar Training Calendar

Please note: Due the ongoing COVID 19 pandemic, AHMA East Texas has made the decision to hold webinars for the remainder of 2020. We will consider live meetings when the time is optimal and we have a colcation to meet. We also understand the difficult for some to pay before the webinar due to accounting policies. For logistical reasons we highly prefer that you pay for webinars with a credit card. When that is not possible, please let us know in the registration form comment box when we can expect a check. Webinar substitutions can be made 3 days before the class at no cost, with a new email address. (Individual email addresses are required for all participants). Cancellations must be made 5 days prior to the class and a $25 service fee will be applied.

April 13

REAC Health & Safety

10:00 am - 12:00 pm |   |  $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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Health and Safety deficiencies can have a huge impact on your REAC score. This 90 minute webinar will cover some of the highest scoring health and safety deficiencies from the REAC inspection.

April 20

Managing Work Orders & Maintenance Operations
During COVID 19

12:00 pm - 2:00 pm | Scott Ployer  |  $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

Please note time change

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Covid-19 has had quite an impact on property management and maintenance operations. We have work orders that haven’t been completed, preventive maintenance that has been missed, inspections that have been postponed and other tasks that we would typically do each day.

April 27

Fair Housing for Maintenance

10:30 am - 12:00 pm |  Gwen Volk |  $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members

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Maintenance personnel come into contact with residents more than anyone else on site. And if they aren't careful, their interaction with a resident or a potential resident could be misunderstood and result in a fair housing violation. The workshop reviews fair housing basics from a maintenance team perspective and takes a look at typical situations where the well-intentioned maintenance person could be at risk of violating fair housing laws, ways to handle these without discriminating, and the importance of documentation. This interactive session Includes how to fair-housing-proof your maintenance procedures, communicating with tenants who don’t speak your language or are hearing-impaired, what to do if a tenant has a communicable disease, how to deal with clutter, what to do about suspected child abuse and more . . .

More Upcoming Programs

2021 Programs
(Check here for updates

on dates and times)


REAC Update

Managing Maintenance During COVID

Fair Housing for Maintenance


Resident File Maintenance

HUD Occupancy Refresher

Calculating Income Fundamentals


LIHTC: Program Regs

Expenses & Deductions

Handling Conflicts with Residents


LIHTC Unit Eligibility

Disaster Planning

Reasonable Accommodations


LIHTC: Applicant Eligibility/Certification

Importance of AFHMP


LIHTC: Monitoring & Compliance

The Importance of Energy Efficiency



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