HUD 101 Webinar
Upcoming Dates Each webinar course is split into two 4-hour days, and is offered on multiple dates.
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HUD 101 Part 1 & 2 (Multifamily):
This webinar series is for persons new to the HUD Multifamily audit area. The course is an introduction to the required concepts for auditing HUD Projects. The training will be conducted as a webinar and will be in two four-hour sessions. There are no prerequisites for this course other than a basic understanding of audit theory.
|Part 1||Part 2|
|COURSE||FEE||MEMBER FEE *|
|Multifamily Update, Lender Update, HUD 101 (Each 4 hour session: 4 CPE Credits)||$149||$129|
|Multifamily Conference(Each 5+ hour session: 5.3 CPE Credits)||$169||$149|
|PHA Conference (Webinar)Sign up for all 3 days to receive $50 discount: 16 CPE Credits||$457||$397|
|Multifamily Conference (Las Vegas)16 CPE Credits. Register before November 12 for $50 early bird discount||$650||$600|
Attendance Monitoring for Webinars
AHACPA uses a variety of methods to monitor participant engagement and attendance.
Tracking for Individuals: Our internet-based classes are hosted on the Zoom.us platform. Throughout the course poll questions will randomly pop up asking you to confirm you are in attendance. CPE credit will be awarded after AHACPA reviews participant responses to poll questions.
Tracking for Groups: In situations where small groups view a course together, it is not necessary for the individuals in the small group to respond to the polling questions individually. The person logged into the program may respond to the polling question on behalf of the group. However, there must be an individual in the group monitoring active participation. A form will be provided to group for tracking purposes. This form must be returned to AHACPA before CPE certificates will be issued.
AHACPA is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.nasbaregistry.org.