This 10 part series consist of 35 hours of fair housing specialty topics. Classes will be hosted begining in February on the 4th Tuesday of each month in the AANM Classroom. You can purchase the entire series or pick a specific topic you wish to attend.
Full Series: $400
Per Course: $50
Full Series: $700
Per Course: $60
CORE EDUCATION SUBSCRIPTION: Not included
NAAEI designees can receive 100% of their annual continuing education credits by attending the full course. CEs per session are listed on the individual registration pages.
Railly McDaniel is a native New Mexican, and after receiving her Master’s degree, she accepted a three-year internship with HUD’s Office of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO). Upon completion of the internship, she became a journeyman Equal Opportunity Specialist (EOS). As an EOS, Railly was a Federal investigator assigned to investigate complaints of housing discrimination filed with FHEO. Railly has the working knowledge of what can be expected, and how the process works, during a fair housing investigation. In total, Railly was an EOS with HUD for almost 12 years.
In 2013, Railly retired from HUD-FHEO and created High Desert Fair Housing Consultants, LLC (HDFHC). HDFHC provides training and consultation services to housing providers, property owners, property managers and staff so they can learn their rights and responsibilities under the Federal housing laws that Railly used to investigate and enforce. In addition to the experience gained by investigating real fair housing complaints, since 2002, Railly has been conducting training in all of the laws, regulations and guidelines associated with FHEO, including the additional laws relevant to recipients of Federal financial assistance.
Railly only conducts live, in-person training sessions, as this affords attendees with the opportunity to interact with each other and with her. Questions are answered and real-life scenarios are discussed. Railly does not “read the law” or “preach” to students; she takes complicated and subjective laws and turns them into understandable and useable tools for the provider to become familiar with Federal civil-rights-related housing laws and regulations. This type of learning environment makes the class interesting for the students, which promotes long-term knowledge. Nationally, this type of experience-based personal training is rare to non-existent.
Fair Housing 10 Part Professional Series hosted by: High Desert Fair Housing Consultant, LLC firstname.lastname@example.org 505-715-0633.
AANM's Board of Directors adopted a cancellation policy effective July 16, 2010: A 30% cancellation fee will be applied for any cancellations received ten (10) calendar days or less prior to the seminar date. No shows are still due and payable. Non-Members/Guests do not qualify for charging privileges and must pre-pay prior to attending this seminar. Please contact AANM at (505) 822-1114 to make payment arrangements.
If you register for the recertification seminar and attend the full day, you will be charged for the full certification price.
If, as a core education subscriber, an employee registers for a course and does not cancel by the advertised cancellation date, a $10 charge will be invoiced to the subscriber. Retakes of certification classes or exams are not included in core education subscription. Retakes of same class within a calendar year are not included in core education subscription.
|8:30 AM - 12:00 PM||I've had a Fair Housing complaint filed against me - What do I do now?!|
|8:30 AM - 12:00 PM||What Can and Can't I do Under the Fair Housing Act?|
|9:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Harassment under the Fair Housing Act|
|1:00 PM - 3:00 PM||Did HUD say "two per bedroom" or not?|
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM||Reasonable Accommodations & Modifications (RA/RM) under the Fair Housing Act|
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM||Specialized topics to be discussed in detail concerning Reasonable Accommodations & Modifications a. "Fluffy" is such a bad resident, what can I do? b. Insurance Policy Restrictions as a Defense for Refusals to make accommodations|
|1:00 PM - 5:00 PM||Specialized topics to be discussed in detail concerning Reasonable Accommodations & Modifications c. But they have the "label" of being disabled! d. Is there anything you're NOT allergic to?|
|8:30 AM - 12:00 PM||Making sense (almost) out of HUD's take on Background Checks for Criminal Activity|
|9:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Who and What are Fair Housing Testers?|
|9:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Fair Housing for Maintenance (Enrollment in Class #1 is recommended, prior to attendance in this class)|