Assisted Housing Manager (AHM) Course
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Quadel’s two-day Assisted Housing Manager (AHM) occupancy training helps your property comply with all HUD program requirements while providing a variety of techniques to ensure that tenant files satisfy RHIIP requirements. Increased monitoring of regulatory compliance by HUD makes this course essential training for front-line staff, managers, and owners of HUD-subsidized multifamily housing.
AHM provides staff with the skills required to earn a superior annual Management and Occupancy Review (MOR). All programs in the HUD Handbook 4350.3 REV-1/CHG-4 are covered, including: Section 8 multifamily housing, Section 236, Section 221(d) (3), Section 202, Section 811, Rent Supplement, RAP and the new Section 811 Project Rental Assistance Projects.
Participants receive a copy of Quadel’s nationally recognized AHM course book. All of Quadel’s course books are designed to provide “plain English” reference manuals to assist program staff perform their daily functions more efficiently after attending the AHM training course. EIV requirements are included throughout the course book.
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Two-day Assisted Housing Manager (AHM) Training with Examination
- Introduction and Legislative Update
- Civil Rights and Nondiscrimination Requirements
- Eligibility for Assistance and Occupancy
- Waiting List and Tenant Selection
- Determining Income and Calculating Rent
- Determining Income and Calculating Rent (cont’d)
- Lease Requirements and Leasing Activities
- Recertification, Unit Transfers, and Gross Rent Changes
- Test Preparation and Review Questions & Answers
- Certification Examination
*Based on a daily schedule of 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. with a lunch break from Noon – 1 p.m. Participants are responsible for their own lunch.
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Quadel offers an optional AHM examination on the afternoon of the third day after a morning review session. The four-hour examination is open book and includes multiple choice and true/false questions, mini-exercises, and case studies. Participants who successfully pass the examination receive the AHM designation recognized by professionals in the assisted housing management industry nationwide. AHM Certification provides access to a broad support network and recognition in the Quadel Certification Register.
Who Should Attend:
New front-line housing management staff seeking comprehensive training and experienced or supervisory staff for recent updates and refresher training