Compliance professionals: Register today for essential, intensive training (and fun!) in DC

Leasing, operating and maintaining affordable housing is challenging. Have you ever felt lost in a maze of paperwork, rules and regulations while you’re managing developments that combine multiple funding sources?

I want to help! Along with the National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC), I’m leading an upcoming training to help explain the compliance side of the Native American Housing Assistance and Self-Determination Act (NAHASDA) and the Low Income Housing Tax Credit (LIHTC) program!

This intensive three-day training helps occupancy specialists, resident services staff and compliance professionals with their day-to-day responsibilities, and we also welcome finance officers, executive directors, board members and tribal council members who want to learn more about compliance. And I promise, I’ll make it fun! Register today and join us!

NAHASDA & Tax Credit Compliance Professional (NTCCP) certification training
Tuesday, Nov. 6-Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018
NAIHC Headquarters
122 C Street NW, Suite 350
Washington, DC 20001

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This is our last training for 2018 through National American Indian Housing Council (NAIHC)‘s Leadership Institute. Our intensive course includes instruction on affordable housing laws and guidelines. We learn terms, rules and regulations associated with both NAHASDA and the LIHTC program, and we talk about how the two programs work together. We walk through mathematic formulas to determine eligibility and monthly rent, and we discuss real-life situations, problems and solutions.

Attendees shared this feedback after our last training about what they liked most:

  • “The instructor and the thorough explanations. Learned so much and feel more confident – loved the brain breaks.”
  • “The presenter’s personality and style kept us very engaged. She could explain our questions in a very educational manner. She made it fun!”
  • “I liked how the trainer kept the material on time and had a great attitude and personality. The breaks and relief time helped keep the attention of the class. I think this helps a lot.”

It’s my goal to make the training FUN! It’s very important to me that each student is successful. If we need to go over multiple examples, we will. I make sure everyone understands the material and is prepared for the exam. I also like to laugh and keep the class comfortable, and we take plenty of breaks!

I enjoy helping housing staff advance their careers and help the organizations they work for with this important training. Housing is so vital to our communities and understanding how different programs work will help us all be successful. It also gives me a chance to meet new housing professionals and catch up with our seasoned veterans!

I hope you’ll join me in November in DC.


More details:

For more information on the NTCCP certification and continuing education requirements, visit the Travois website.

For an agenda, list of hotel options or to register, visit NAIHC’s website.


For course or registration questions, contact NAIHC: Brian Mann at 202-454-0929 or

For other questions, contact Travois: Rachael Rider at or 913-201-5763.