2013 COURSE SCHEDULE FOR NFHTA FAIR HOUSING CERTIFICATION PROGRAM

IAOHRA Certification Examination

 

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Contact: iaohra@sso.org 


Student registration is currently open for the NFHTA Certification Program and Open Enrollment classes.

 

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NFHTA'S five week fair housing enforcement program for investigators provides certification to successful participants as fair housing professionals. The certification program offers other benefits, including:
  • A practical means of assessing the professionals' skills and experience
  • The satisfaction of measuring the professionals' knowledge to the highest industry standard
  • The distinction of exclusive membership in a peer group composed of a coalition of civil rights professionals
  • The opportunity for knowledge testing in a highly specified topic by earning a proficient certificate Recognition for specialized knowledge in a variety of civil rights area
  • Career advancement and compensation assistance For new professional civil rights practitioners, a starting point for building professional careers.

All on-site courses begin at 8:30 a.m. on the scheduled date and end at 4:00pm each day. NFHTA is located at The Capitol Gallery Building, 600 Maryland Ave. S.W., Suite 890, Washington DC. 20024.

NEW COURSE OFFERING

 

Fair Housing Enforcement for Public Sector Attorneys  This 5-day course is specifically designed for public agency and government senior managers, agency directors, investigative supervisors, and attorneys. 

 

Location

National Fair Housing Training Academy 600 Maryland Ave, SW - Suite 890 - Washington, DC 20024 

 

Cost

$1,500 

Topics covered include: Jurisdiction; appropriate parties; defenses; theories of proof and burdens of proof; specific evidentiary issues; affirmatively furthering fair housing; the roles of attorneys, investigators and agency/complaint representation; protection of the public interest; intervention, ethical considerations; elements and evidentiary considerations in proving damages; the concepts of reasonable and probable cause; elements of determinations; and drafting charges and complaints.