Fair Housing Training

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination when they are renting or buying a home, getting a mortgage, seeking housing assistance, or engaging in other housing-related activities. Additional protections apply to federally-assisted housing.

Fair Housing Essentials

Course Details

Quadel’s Fair Housing Essentials is designed to familiarize staff with Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation laws. The main course is two, four-hour daily sessions of online training, followed by an optional examination.  Each participant will receive a course book to serve as a detailed desk reference after the workshop ends.

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING APPLICABILITY: Many sections of this training focus on HUD regulations governing federally-subsidized, multifamily properties, and thus may not be specifically applicable to conventionally financed properties. However, owners of such properties are reminded that they are subject to the federal Fair Housing Act, upon which (in addition to other federal mandates) HUD regulations are based. We also remind the owners that as the federal agency responsible for enforcement of that Act, HUD is likely to use its regulatory standards when evaluating ownership practices in case where HUD is investigating discrimination allegations in non-subsidized properties.

Who Should Attend?

Front line housing specialists and clerical staff, housing managers, QC specialists, and other staff charged with compliance monitoring

january

18jan(jan 18)1:00 pm19(jan 19)5:00 pmFair Housing Essentials OnlineOnline, Instructor-Led Seminar (Note: This course is from 1-5 ET)

Fair Housing Essentials for PHA Staff

Course Details

Note: This is a Tailored Training only course.  It will be customized to your state and local laws, and we will look at your Admin Plan to incorporate your current procedures.  Fill out our online request form if you are interested in a proposal for bringing this course to your staff.

Quadel’s Fair Housing Essentials for PHA Staff is designed to familiarize staff employed by Public Housing Authorities (PHA) and other governmental entities with Fair Housing and Reasonable Accommodation laws to prepare them to assist individuals and families who may encounter discrimination in their search for housing or as a tenant. The main course is two, four-hour online sessions, followed by an optional examination.  Each participant will receive a course book to serve as a detailed desk reference after the workshop ends.

Who Should Attend?

Front line housing specialists and clerical staff, housing managers, QC specialists, and other staff charged with compliance monitoring

No Events