In this exciting new training, the learner takes on the role of a newly-hired tester and learns the basics of fair housing. The "tester" is taught what to look for when evaluating properties for possible fair housing discrimination claims. Once the learner knows what testers are looking for, they can apply the principles and knowledge they gained to their real-life role in property management!
The course contains six instruction modules:
Module 1: Introduction to Testing, Laws, and Discrimination
Module 2: Enforcement Mechanisms and Remedies
Module 3: Interacting with Potential Tenants
Module 4: Introduction to Accessibility Requirements
Module 5: Reasonable Accommodation and Reasonable Modification
Module 6: Introduction to Harassment in Housing
The course includes a downloadable comprehensive fill-in-the-blanks manual which once completed becomes an excellent desk reference for fair housing issues. The manual's appendix includes important and valuable documents.
Once enrolled you will have six months unlimited access to the course.
You can take the course at your own pace -- start, stop, return later and resume where you left off.
Upon successful completion of the course materials and the course exam (50 T/F and Multiple Choice Questions), you will be able to print your own Certificate stating that you have completed three hours of online fair housing training.
Objective: To provide multifamily housing personnel with excellent fair housing training through an interactive and entertaining course. The trainee will take on the role of a tester and will learn what testers do and what they look for when evaluating a property for possible accessibility violations and other discrimination. The trainee will learn:
What testers do and what they look for
The basics of three federal fair housing laws (Fair Housing Act, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act, and the Americans with Disabilities Act)
The seven protected classes
What discrimination is and ways to avoid discriminating
Enforcement mechanisms and remedies
Who can file a lawsuit, who can be sued, what damages may be awarded, statute of limitations
Best practices for interacting with potential tenants to insure fair housing laws are followed
Reasonable Accommodation and Reasonable Modification
Harassment in Housing
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Fair Housing: Are You Up to the "Test?"
Refunds must be requested by sending email to helpdesk@EandATeam.com
Refunds must be requested prior to taking the course exam.
NO REFUNDS will be issued for courses that are complete!
Refunds are issued back to the credit card used for payment and may take 5-7 business days to process.
E&A Team, Inc. provides information and consultation to the housing industry. E&A Team, Inc. is not engaged in the practice of law and cannot render legal advice. The information provided by E&A Team, Inc. should not be construed as legal advice to be applied to any specific factual situation. If legal advice is needed, users are urged to consult a competent attorney. E&A Team, Inc. makes every effort to provide accurate and complete information. However, we make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of herein and expressly disclaim liability for errors and omissions in the contents of the information contained herein.
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