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E&A Team, Inc. is the leader in Fair Housing and Accessibility Training. Our expert trainers provide exciting and engaging online training in a wide variety of fair housing and accessibility topics.

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This course will provide you with an interactive version of New York State's Sexual Harassment Prevention Training. Effective October 9, 2018, every employer in the State of New York is required to provide employees with ANNUAL sexual harassment prevention training pursuant to Section 201-g of the Labor Law. GROUP ENROLLMENTS & DISCOUNTS:  To enroll your GROUP simply email helpdesk@EandATeam.com with the names and email addresses of the trainees.  We will set up their online learning accounts, send out their login instructions and send an invoice to you for the fees.  If you have FIVE or MORE, you will receive a discount. Read More

DESCRIPTION: An overview of the most pressing and complicated issue in managing properties today — how to address requests by applicants and tenants for assistance animals. TOPICS:  •How to analyze requests for assistance animals in your development  •What an applicant or resident must provide you to demonstrate they are entitled to have an assistance animal  •When you may deny an applicant or tenant’s request for an assistance animal  •What conditions you may place on a tenant’s use of an assistance animal after the request is granted  TARGET AUDIENCE: Owners, Managers and Leasing Agents of multifamily properties.   INSTRUCTOR: The course is taught by Scott Moore   FORMAT/SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: The course is in our new VE3 Interactive Video Format. Internet connection required. High speed internet is strongly recommended. The course can be taken on any of the following devices: PC, Mac, iPad (requires free app), iPhone, Android. You will have six months from the date of purchase to complete the course. EXAM: You may take the course exam as many times as is necessary to achieve a passing score of 80%. CERTIFICATE:  You will be able to print your Certificate once you achieve a passing score of 80% on the course exam.   Read More

PURPOSE:  To provide architects and engineers with an understanding of the accessibility design requirements under the Fair Housing Act and Section 504 as well as the Special Rules for Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs. CERTIFICATION:  This course has been approved by The Texas Department of Community & Housing Affairs (TDHCA) and satisfies their five-hour Quality Allocation Plan (QAP)  requirement.  Successful completion of this course will provide the student with a Certificate indicating that five hours of training have been completed. Objectives: 1.  To provide an understanding of the Fair Housing Amendments Act and Section 504as it pertains to accessible design for multifamily housing. 2.  To provide an understanding of the coverage matrix of the three federal accessibility laws. 3.  To provide an understanding of the Uniform Federal Accessibility Standards and its design requirements for multifamily housing. 4.  To provide an understanding of the Fair Housing Design Manual and how it applies to multifamily housing. DESCRIPTION:  This is an On-Demand Video Course taught by Scott Moore.  This course contains three and a half hours of video material.  The videos are from 5 to 20 minutes in length.  They must be viewed in sequence, but once you have viewed a video you can re-watch it. You can stop, start, rewind, leave and return later to resume the instruction videos. REVIEW:  A self-paced review presentation is also included.  This review should take approximately 1 and a half hours to complete. EXAM:  After the review, you will take a 30 Question, Multiple-Choice Exam.  A Score of 80% on the exam is required in order to complete the course. CERTIFICATE:  Upon completion of the course, you will be given the opportunity to instantly print your Certificate of Completion. COST:  $395 Per Person  PAYMENT:   We accept all major credit cards. You can also call us at 1-888-504-7483 ext. 111 to pay by credit card.  If you would like to be invoiced for the course, send an email to helpdesk@EandATeam.com You will have six months from the date of purchase to complete the course. QUESTIONS?  Send an email with your name, phone number and you Read More

In this hour and a half session E&A Team's Compliance Trainer, Amanda Lee Gross, will delve deep into the Violence Against Women Act protections as it relates to affordable housing.  Topics covered include: Overview of Legislative History Covered Housing Programs Key Terminology VAWA Protection Provisions, including Denial of tenancy or assistance Termination of assistance or tenancy Lease Bifurcation Emergency Transfers Notification and documentation requirements Review of HUD’s VAWA  Final Rule and HUD’s notice H-2017-05 published Jun 30, 2017  “Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Reauthorization Act of 2013 – Additional Guidance for Multifamily Owners and Management Agents” Review of Rural Developments Guidance Discussion of VAWA implementation for the LIHTC Program The course includes a detailed electronic course manual that can be printed and used as an excellent resource long after the webinar has concluded. At the conclusion of the training, a 15-question True/False and Multiple Choice exam is given. Upon successful completion of the exam, you can print your own Certificate of Completion stating that you have successfully completed 1.5 hours of Violence Against Women Act training. Read More

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