FREE Training July 27-28: Register today for Virtual Property Management Maintenance Training on July 27-28, 2021

VIRTUAL TRAINING 

July 27-28, 2021 | 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Mountain Time 

TRAINING

Participants at this 2-day interactive training will receive instruction based on real-life examples on how to successfully operate an effective maintenance program. The training will discuss budgeting and oversight, policies, staff roles in carrying out a range of maintenance activities, work order systems, preventative maintenance, unit turn-around, health & safety violations, homeowner maintenance, and team safety. The training will also focus on property management as part of a maintenance program and how it can support the longevity of housing stock.
REGISTRATION

Registration for this training is FREE, but you must register to attend. Registration is available online at http://bit.ly/MaintenanceJuly2021.

Due to the current coronavirus pandemic, this training is being offering virtually.

INSTRUCTIONS AND MATERIALS

Instructions on how to access the virtual training and a link to electronic materials will be emailed by Wednesday, July 21, 2021.

TECHNOLOGY NEEDED

The training will be presented via an online platform. Participants will need a smart device (computer, laptop, tablet, or phone) with internet or WiFi connection. A web camera is not required but will be utilized if available.

 

TRAINER

Bill Nibbelink – Skilled at facilitation, Mr. Nibbelink has provided training and technical assistance for more than 30 years for tribal communities. He brings a well-rounded experience in housing issues, having worked as a private consultant, property management provider, and an executive director of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Housing Authority. He has developed a wealth of knowledge in areas of Native American Housing and Self Determination Act (NAHASDA); Indian Community Development Block (ICDBG), and Indian Housing Block Grant and Native Hawaiian Housing Block Grant programs; low-income housing development, inspection, maintenance and modernization; admission and occupancy; procurement; program income; governance; crime prevention; and youth activities. During his 15-year tenure as ED, the the Flandreau Santee Sioux Housing Authority was awarded HUD’s prestigious Sustained Excellence in Operations award for several years. During that time, Mr. Nibbelink developed nearly $6 million of new construction in housing and Indian Community Development Block Grant activities.

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