The Virginia Housing Alliance’s new training center, the Virginia Housing Education and Learning Partnership (VA- HELP), is presenting its Fair Housing Accessibility Training at VHDA's Virginia Housing Center (4224 Cox Road, Glen Allen, Va.) from 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. on Feb. 24. The registration fee is $30.
Robert S. Ardinger, president of Ardinger Consultants and Associates, will provide training on the Fair Housing Design and Construction Accessibility Requirements. The session will cover basic terms and concepts on major civil rights laws and principles of accessibility, basic design principles and guidelines, reasonable accommodation and reasonable modification, and the future universal design market.
This training is approved for continuing education credits by the American Institute of Architects! It will be a great opportunity to receive CE credits while gaining valuable knowledge about fair housing and accessibility. Scholarships are available for young professionals, students and nonprofit employees interested in attending the training. Apply here.
If you have questions, contact Rachel Bates at 804-840-7582.
For more information on the 7 Design and Construction Requirements under the Fair Housing Act visit: homeofva.org/designandconstruction.