Focusing on late-breaking news and other critical topics that impact the management of assisted housing
It’s hard to break away from the day-to-day demands of your workplace to attend off-site training. That’s why we complement our traditional classroom training with ongoing education in bite-sized installments, available to you in the convenience of your own office.
While NCHM’s certificate programs offer in-depth treatment of broader topics in the classroom, our live webinars cover more specific topics relevant to the changing landscape of housing management. These focused sessions offer an opportunity to explore subjects in greater depth and with an emphasis on their relevance to the current state of the industry.
Live and interactive
NCHM’s webinars retain the interactivity of the classroom with a live, industry expert instructor to answer your questions. You’ll learn through group polls and surveys, the opportunity to share ideas with your peers through discussion forums and the ability to apply what you learn to your work with interactive exercises and downloadable tools, reusable templates and reference materials.
Breaking news – and what it means to you
Are things sometimes moving too fast? NCHM actively monitors industry news, regulation changes and trends that impact your world. Through our live webinars, we are able to bring you expert interpretation and analysis when you need it most. Attend a NCHM breaking news webinar, and come away with an action plan.
Our recent webinar topics have included:
- Breaking News - Change 4
- Bullying in Senior Housing
- HUD Final Rule on Discriminatory Effects in Housing
- Demystifying Monthly Financial Statements
- Putting VAWA into Practice
- LIHTC & HUD Disconnections
- Translating the 2013 HOME Final Rule for Managers
Group rates and customized sessions
Do you need to train your staff on a specific topic or need to schedule a private live webinar of one of our current offerings or past offerings? We can arrange that too. Call NCHM at 800-368-5625 and ask for our Webinar Coordinator.