RAD-PBV Occupancy

Course Type

Course Description

Quadel’s RAD PBV Specialist training is focused on the PBV variety of RAD and consists of one-and-a-half days of training followed by an optional certification exam on the afternoon of the second day. The workshop explains how to handle the day-to-day challenges of implementing a RAD Project-based Voucher program. Our unique classroom style approach to training provides participants with the knowledge, tools, tips and resources needed to apply RAD rules and comply with HUD regulations. Topics covered include:

  • Introduction & Overview
  • RAD Background
  • Place Based Voucher Program
  • Regulatory Updates
  • Program Similarities and Differences
  • Fair Housing and Civil Rights Requirements
  • Participant Eligibility
  • Admissions
  • Occupancy
  • Denials, Terminations, and Due Process
  • Program Administration
  • Reporting
  • And more...

Course Books

Participants also receive a RAD PBV Specialist course book with exercises and case studies that lead participants through all of the critical compliance steps using a system of forms and monitoring tools.

 

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Upcoming Trainings:

Jan
24
Wed
RAD-PBRA – Princeton, NJ @ Princeton Housing Authority
Jan 24 – Jan 25 all-day

Note: Due to this course being hosted by the Princeton Housing Authority at a rate lower than our usual, it does not qualify for Early Bird or group discounts.

In partnership with the Princeton Housing Authority, Quadel is providing a Rental Assistance Demonstration-Project-Based Rental Assistance (RAD-PBRA) Specialist training to include the essential information on HUD’s RAD-PBRA program as the requirements relate to management of HUD-subsidized multifamily housing. Day One begins with an introduction to RAD-PBRA and an overview of selected history of HUD-subsidized multifamily housing programs and the types of financing that make them possible; civil rights and non-discrimination; eligibility for occupancy and assistance; waiting list and tenant selection issues; income determination and rent calculation.

Day Two continues with income determination and rent calculation; leasing activities, re-certifications; unit transfers and gross rent changes and finishes with termination; HUD Multifamily Online systems (EIV, TRACS, iMAX) and TRACS Voucher submission requirements; and allows for review, question and answer session. Quadel’s trainer will highlight changes in policy and procedures as necessary, to reflect recent HUD notices that affect the HUD Handbook 4350.3 REV-1, Change 4.

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