Time & Location
Hyatt Place Anchorage-Midtown
101 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA
About the Event
This three (3) day training will provide participants with a wide scope of information pertaining to the planning and development of affordable housing projects under NAHASDA. Rather than focusing on a specific topic or type of project, this training will provide participants with the step-by-step process to professionally plan and implement various types of projects from conceptualization through management. Successful project implementation and program compliance is challenging and complex. This training is intended to assist recipients by providing an effective process to plan and manage NAHASDA projects which incorporates program requirements. The training will include a complex case study to provide an opportunity for participants with the opportunity to explore and evaluate various approaches to addressing complex housing challenges in rural Alaska villages. Additionally, training materials will include management tools to support planning and development of projects. Although the training will not focus on compliance, NAHASDA requirements will be incorporated in the training material and project implementation process to facilitate successful project implementation.
David Vought has served Alaska Native communities for 35 years. During this time, he developed expertise in all aspects of housing and government administration including planning, design, construction, contract administration, occupancy and compliance with federal program requirements. Charles Anderson has provided training and technical assistance in Alaska for over 20 years. He has served as an Operations Manager and Executive Director and has directed all facets of housing administration including development, accounting, program administration and maintenance.
Who should attend?
Executive Directors, Administrators, Development/Rehab Managers, Financial Managers, Project Managers, Planners and Grant Writers.
Questions or to Register by phone, please call Cynthia Gurisko at (907)330-8397 or email at