Jun 7, 2021

Jun 9, 2021

ZOOM Online Training

Admissions & Occupancy

Due to the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, this training is being offered virtually.

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Time & Location

6/7/21, 4:30 PM

6/9/21, 11:30 PM

ZOOM Online Training

About the Event

Instructions & Materials

Instructions on how to access the virtual training and a link to electronic materials will be emailed prior to the training date.


Technology Needed

The training will be presented via an online platform. Participants will need a computer, laptop, smart device (such as a tablet) with internet or WiFi connection or telephone. An email address will be required for each registered participant. A web camera is not required.


Overview

Admissions & Occupancy is a three (3) day online training with June 10th being available for participants to schedule a one-on-one session with the trainer. This training is designed to enhance the job performance of Admissions and Occupancy staff and other tribal housing professionals working on Admissions and Occupancy issues. The course will cover Admissions and Occupancy program management with topics to include: the application and selection process, eligibility for housing assistance, calculating annual income, determining monthly rental or homeownership payments, occupancy standards, collections practices and compliance, effective communication techniques with residents, lease agreement compliance, and collections. The course will also examine how maintaining high standards in the Admissions and Occupancy program affects the overall management of tribal housing programs.


Trainer

Cielo Gibson has been working with 1937 Act and NAHASDA housing programs for over 20 years. Her work includes development of homeownership programs and policies for numerous tribes. As a professional trainer and administrator of NAHASDA programs, Ms. Gibson has extensive experience with Indian Housing throughout the United States and Alaska.


Questions or to Register by phone, please call Cynthia Gurisko at (907)330-8397 or via email at cgurisko@aahaak.org