AHAIN E-LEARNING

AHAIN is pleased to announce we are adding web based, online training!

The “e” of e-learning refers to the use of your computer and the internet.

The “learning” component indicates the cognitive, affective, or behavioral learning objectives.

E-LEARNING IS GREAT FOR YOUR BOTTOM LINE!

  • Minimizes costs
  • Minimizes down time
  • Appeals to contemporary learners

HOW DOES IT WORK?

To participate in an AHAIN E-Learning Webinar, you simply need a computer, a Web browser, and your telephone or headphones. During AHAIN E-Learning, our instructor will share her desktop, in real time, so students can watch the necessary steps to perform the task.

AHAIN uses GoToMeeting for AHAIN E-Learning

“GoToMeeting broadcasts the desktop view of a host computer to a group of students connected to the host through the Internet. Transmissions are protected with high-security encryption and optional passwords. By combining a web-hosted subscription service with software installed on the host computer, transmissions can be passed through highly restrictive firewalls.”

GUIDELINES:

Participation will be limited to 20 so students can ask questions and interact throughout the training. For the best experience, students need speakers and a microphone on your computer to allow full participation. However, a student can type questions on their screen if a microphone is not available.

UPCOMING AHAIN E-LEARNING

Student Rules – This webinar applies to Rural Development and Tax Credit Properties
Tuesday, April 19, 2016
9 – 10 a.m.

The Rural Development program and the tax credit program have very different rules for students. This one hour webinar will discuss the student rules and how to comply for each program. Training will be held on line via GoToMeeting. 

Medical Allowance – This webinar applies to Rural Development Properties
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
9 – 11 a.m.

The medical allowance for elderly and disabled households in the Rural Development program is explained during this two hour webinar. Topics covered will include who qualifies for this deduction, what is an allowable deduction, what verifications are needed and how is the actual deduction calculated.

Income and Assets – This webinar applies to Rural Development and Tax Credit Properties
Thursday, May 19, 2016
9 – 11 a.m.

The HUD 4350 handbook is used for guidance in determining income and assets in Rural Development and the Tax Credit program. This two hour webinar will discuss different types of incomes and assets and explain how each is counted. Training will include various forms of income such as self-employment, sporadic, seasonal, including tips, shift differentials, and over time. Asset training will include how to count owned real estate, stocks, contract land sales, annuities, and more. Proper verification for each income and asset will also be covered.

Allowances – This webinar applies to Rural Development Properties
Tuesday, June 7, 2016
9 – 11 a.m.

This two hour webinar will include all allowances available in the Rural Development 515 program. This will include medical, child care, and dependents. It will not be as in depth on the medical as the medical allowance class, but, will include all the allowances and have calculation practice to show how they affect the rent. Verification procedures will also be discussed.

Rent Calculation Workshop – This webinar applies to Rural Development & Tax Credit Properties
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
9 – 11 a.m.

This class has real life case studies. It provides practice on calculating rent levels for tax credit properties, and rent rates for RD properties. Participants are given information on a property and then work through several households to see if they qualify, what their rent would be and what income verifications would be needed. This will require use of a calculator. Participants will be given a short time to work out each situation and we will go through them together. This hands-on class will be good practice for any site staff that needs to determine if household’s income qualify. Plenty of time will be allowed for discussion and questions.

Click here to register now.

Class size is limited to the first 20 students.

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