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.
Time Management for Maintenance Professionals
10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Scott Ployer | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members
Did you realize that your time s more valuable than platinum?
Do not waste it. Once it is gone, it is gone forever!
Time Management skills are essential for your professional success in the workplace. We will share best practices:
How to plan and prioritize your daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual tasks.
How to become more efficient and productive.
How to overcome procrastination quickly and easily.
How to delegate more efficiently.
How to manage ad-hoc projects and tasks given to you that could interrupt your newly found peace of mind.
The Role of the Service Coordinator
10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Melissa Harris | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members
How do we deal with the pandemic and what should they be doing to help benefit the residents?
How do we handle questions concerning the Vaccine?
How do we incorporate the concept of socialization when physically distanced?
Does HUD have new guidelines (HUD’s Service Coordinator in Multifamily Housing Resource Guide)?
Fundamentals of Calculating Income in 2021
10:00 am - 12:00 pm | Jenny DeSilva | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members
This class is geared towards staff that interview tenants and perform income calculations for HUD 50059s. Learn what types of income do and don’t count and how to correctly annualize these figures. We will explore when you can utilize EIV Income Reports as the sole source of income verification and when other methods of verification are required. This is a fundamental class for managers new to the affordable housing industry needing to establish this critical skill set for appropriate eligibility determination and rent calculations. Up to date on how to maneuver through COVID pandemic will be included.
VAWA & Covid 2021
9:00 am - 11:00 am | Gwen Volk | $95 AHMA Members | $145 Non-Members
VAWA expired in December of 2019 and renewal legislation is pending. Find out what VAWA expiration means for your property and what a post-election reauthorization might look like. We will review the current requirements and discuss the challenging issues facing managers. Will HUD ever SIGNATURE COURSE CATALOG Page 14 of 18 issue the form revisions it proposed in August 2017? What guidance have HUD and other agencies provided about real-world dilemmas you encounter? Current RD guidance will be discussed along with an update on what your state agency is doing to implement VAWA on their tax credit sites. We will review the latest additions to your state laws regarding domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking and close with an updated list of “Actions Needed” for each type of property covered by the law.
More Upcoming Programs
(Check here for updates
on dates and times)
SHCC Update (MORS)
Time Management for Maintenance
Service Coordinator Training
VAWA & Covid
Green Building Principles
Fair Housing for Maintenance
Resident File Maintenance
HUD Occupancy Refresher
Calculating Income Fundamentals
LIHTC: Program Regs
Expenses & Deductions
Handling Conflicts with Residents