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