ANHD Training Series

ANHD’s training series is designed to ensure that local community groups and individuals interested in preserving and developing affordable housing and in supporting economic activities have the quality expertise they need to engage in this work. Our training participants leave with the skills, knowledge, and abilities to tackle complex community development issues. We offer trainings in four core areas:

 

Anti-Displacement: ANHD’s Anti-Displacement workshops help students understand and leverage tools and current best practices available to address displacement challenges in their communities. For example, this past year we offered trainings on the Community Reinvestment Act, affordable housing finance, and organizing best practices.

 

Equitable Economic Development: ANHD’s Equitable Economic Development workshops focus on helping students looking to understand and engage in activities that promote small business and industrial development. For example, this past year we offered trainings on combatting commercial tenant harassment and demystifying the Industrial Development Fund.

 

Housing Development: ANHD’s Housing Development workshops help participants learn about and gain skills on housing development, long-term asset management, property management, and strategic opportunities. For example, this past year we offered trainings on removing building violations and passive housing construction standards.

 

Management Certification: We annually offer select trainings that provide participants the opportunity to obtain certifications needed to maintain their current occupation, and/or to enhance their workforce potentials. Most recently, this has included the OSHA Construction Safety Certification training and the Real Estate Management training series for Accredited Residential Management Certification.

 

All of our trainings are low-cost, or free. We encourage you to search our current, upcoming workshops listed here.

Learn how to maximize DAP Map's usefulness with this webinar! Our own Lucy Block will walk you through the new data and features of the Displacement Alert Map 2.0.