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  •   Advanced Curriculum Certification

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    Catalyst Program: Advanced Curriculum Certification

     

    The Advanced Curriculum Certification is designed to strengthen the skills of experienced affordable housing providers in the state, those who have earned core curriculum certificates or have a minimum of five years of experience in affordable housing in Florida. Funded by Florida Housing Finance Corporation’s Affordable Housing Catalyst Program, this curriculum consists of five required workshops and one elective workshop. The five required workshops are offered twice a year throughout the state.

     

    For each required course, two to four hours of pre-course work will be required to be completed and submitted prior to the workshop. Once participants have completed the required courses, he or she will receive a certification of completion of the Advanced Curriculum for Housing Professionals in Florida.

     

     The following workshops are advanced curriculum requirements:

     

    • Income Compliance and Program Management
    • Pre-Development Process
    • Planning, Financing & Developing Affordable Rental Housing
    • Planning, Financing, & developing Affordable Housing For Ownership
    • Quantitative Analysis of the SHIP Program

     

    Note: All workshops are open to those not wishing to participate in the advanced curriculum.

    For more information about Catalyst, training schedules and other details, visit the Coalition online at www.flhousing.org or contact them toll free between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. weekdays at 800-677-4548.

     

     

     

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