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 The educational and training workshops listed below offer flexible availability. Acronyms highlighted by asterisks next to them correspond with glossary at bottom of page.

  2013 Dates                                           Workshops                                                    Locations 
​​Available online anytime Affordable Housing Database Models and Their Applications
Presented by National Housing Trust, this webinar delves into affordable housing database models, how they were developed, what has been accomplished and how they are being used to preserve affordable housing.
​Free Webinar
and free resource information


8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Foreclosure Prevention and Advocacy Project
Legal Aid offers free legal advice & counsel and/or representation to income-eligible clients, as deemed appropriate, in the areas of: foreclosure defense, mortgage modification, pre-foreclosure issues, tax liens.  More...

Legal Aid Offices
491 N. State Road 7
Plantation, FL 33317

Call 954-736-2478
(under 60 years old)
Call 954-736-2450
(60 years or older)

​Various Dates Foreclosure Prevention Workshops
Presented by Freddie Mac, attend a workshop for homeowners sponsored by a community-based organization in your area or search for helpful resources available in your state.
​Available online anytime ​Homeownership Center
Presented by *HUD, these previously recorded webinars cover a variety of topics related to home purchases. 
​​Available online anytime Housing and Homelessness Videos and Webinars
**USICH offers a wide variety of topics on homelessness for both general public and specific case workers
​Free Webinar
and free resource information
Various Dates Housing Foundation of America, Inc. Workshops
Housing Foundation of America, Inc. provides monthly first-time homebuyer workshops and also provides the information for other homebuyer events.
​Available online anytime How to Improve Client Outcomes Using Housing First
**USICH and the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans host a discussion on how Housing First practices can improve client outcomes in a transitional housing setting and help our Nation’s Veterans and others who experience homelessness move more quickly into permanent housing.
​Free Webinar
and free resource information
Available online anytime Lessons for Homeowners from Green Affordable Housing
Beverly Craig discusses lessons learned from six years improving the water and energy performance of multifamily affordable housing with Homeowner's Rehab, a nonprofit that owns over 1,000 units of affordable housing in Cambridge, Massachusetts. 
Free Webinar
and free resource information
​Various Dates National Servicing Center (NSC) Training
The EClass System provides additional training on ***FHA's Loss Mitigation Programs, including FHA's Home Affordable Modification Program (FHA-HAMP), as well as continuing education on issues that have generated the most industry questions and requests for further training.
Various Dates

Neighborhood Housing Services Courses
Neighborhood Housing Services of South Florida, a *HUD approved counseling agency teaches classes on how to avoid foreclosure, purchase a first home and become financially fit.  They provide ongoing workshops in both English and Spanish.


​Various Dates NeighborWorks Training & Certification
Presented by NeighborWorks America, a vast variety of in-person and eClassroom options. 
Available online anytime OneCPD Resource Exchange Course Catalog
OneCPD represents a fundamental change in the way the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) structures and delivers technical assistance for its community development programs. 
Free Webinars and
In-Person Training
​Available online anytime ​Preparing for Homeownership
Framework is an online, innovative course that provides high quality, and convenience. Its interactive design and comprehensive curriculum meets the National Industry Standards and requirements of the HUD Housing Counseling Program.
Online Course
Available online anytime Strategies for Integrating Education and Housing Services
*HUD, **USICH and the Departments of Education (ED) discuss how *HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) providers and educators, school social workers, and school homeless liaisons can build relationships and link educational support services and homeless services for youth and families experiencing homelessness.
Free Webinar
and free resource information
​Available online
Transportation Mobility Systems: An Alternative to Concurrency in Florida
1000 Friends of Florida with Alachua County Transportation Planner Jeff Hayes, Pasco County Planning and Development Administrator Richard Gehring and Chief Assistant County Attorney David Goldstein, and DEO's Bill Killingsworth discuss the legal foundation and planning principles for mobility planning and fees to promote more sustainable patterns of development and finance multi-modal transportation systems in Florida.  This webinar was approved for AICP CM (including legal), Florida Bar CLE and CEHP credits.
​Free Webinar
and PowerPoint

*HUD: U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development  
**USICH:  U.S. Interagency Council on Homelessness
***FHA:  Federal Housing Administration


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