Preparing for HAP Termination
Location: e-Learning; Online
Date: October 2, 2019
Time: 1:30 PM – 4:00 PM ET
Credits: 0.25 Continuing Education Units
What is an e-Learning?
An online course where participants register individually and access the session with a direct email. Sessions are typically 2.5 hours (1:30pm ET – 4pm ET) each day. Attendance is recorded and upon successful completion, CEUs are applied towards certification requirements.
Description: This session will focus exclusively on the concepts and methods used to best prepare for the termination of voucher benefits for a client. Attendees will identify steps to comply with regulations and agency policy regarding the preparation of the termination letter, file documentation, agreements, statements, witness accounts, and understanding such important topics as reasonable accommodation. This e-Learning will review the requirements for an informal hearing and preparation but, is not a training that provides instruction for hearing officers. Discussion will center upon best practices and idea sharing on methodology is encouraged. Legal advice and opinion will not be provided during the training.
- Learn the required elements, best practices and components of termination of housing assistance benefits specific to Housing Choice Vouchers;
- Identify the relevant federal requirements identified in 24 CFR 982 for the voucher program, termination notices, informal hearings and consideration of reasonable accommodation and fair housing;
- Determine the processes that your agency is required to set forth and the components that require the agency to establish standards and protocols
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