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  June 6, 2014

Your chfareach third quarter classes are now available online. Expect your At-a-Glance in the mail soon!

But in the meantime, don’t miss these excellent offerings in June!

Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) Compliance
full-day class

Monday, June 9, 2014
Registration: 8:30am
Class: 9:00am to 3:00pm

Village at Hampden Town Center
3601 South Dallas Street

Who should come?
Owners and management representatives from new and existing tax credit developments. Preference will be given to properties sending staff as a requirement to receive an 8609.

This highly sought-after class will cover all tax credit compliance requirements and go through practice compliance scenarios.

For all new tax credit developments, the Qualified Allocation Plan (QAP) requires that at least one representative of the management and one representative of the ownership attend a CHFA session or a CHFA-approved compliance training session prior to receiving their IRS Form(s) 8609 from CHFA. Preference will be given to properties sending staff as a requirement to receive their 8609.

Equipment and Tool Safety
morning class
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
Registration: 8:30am
Class: 9:00am to Noon


Who should come?
Owners, managers, and maintenance staff of all property types

Safety is often a topic often discussed, and sometimes, implemented too late. Whether you are new to the apartment home industry or a seasoned veteran, take this opportunity to review your current approach to safety while exploring new alternatives.
Join us to discover ways to:
  • Provide and document training on equipment and tool safety;
  • Maintain and improve the safety of equipment and tools;
  • Inventory and track equipment, tools, and supplies; and
  • Positively promote safety throughout the team.
Bridges for Employers
morning class

Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Registration: 8:30am
Class: 9:00am to Noon


Who should come?
Board members, CEOs, executive managers, supervisors, leads, and managers from all property types

If you want to improve your workforce outcomes, communicate more effectively with your frontline/entry level workers, and become a better leader, this training is for you.

This course teaches employers and supervisors how differences in economic class affect productivity, talent retention, and your organization’s bottom line.

Basic Fair Housing*
afternoon class

* Note: This class was previously listed in March and has been rescheduled to the current date and location. We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience. For those who were previously registered, there is no need to complete a new registration form. However, please do let us know that you plan to join us at the new date and time.

Thursday, June 26, 2014
Registration: 12:30pm
Class: 1:00pm to 5:00pm

Trinidad State Junior College, Berg Administration Building, Room 309
600 Prospect St., Trinidad

Who should come?
all staff from all property types

Fair Housing training is critical for all staff in the affordable housing industry. In this basic class, you will learn how to avoid Fair Housing inconsistencies that are often unintentionally included in advertising, and how an “innocent comment” can turn into a discrimination complaint. We will also discuss how to be “reasonable” with reasonable accommodation requests while following your policies and procedures to maintain consistency.

Practical communication guidelines and other day-to-day issues that can lead to Fair Housing complaints will be covered, so this workshop is well suited for all staff, including maintenance and housekeeping.

See you in class!
Belinda Waldron
chfareach Coordinator

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