The Indiana Apartment Association is designed to help you succeed. If you are new to the industry or a seasoned professional, IAA offers the courses and tools you need to succeed.
We are very excited to launch our FREE class schedule! That is right – these classes will be FREE to members! You’ll still need to register in advance in order to participate but there will be no additional charge to attend these classes. This is just one way IAA is working to enhance educational offerings to better serve the changing needs of members.
Register for the educational courses to stay up to date in the multifamily industry and advance your career. Certificates of completion will be issued at the conclusion of each course.
Experience LIHTC Fundamental Training and/or LIHTC Advanced Training, followed by the Optional HCCP Exam
LIHTC Training Includes:
This course is certified and presented by a leading agency on the Indiana Department of Environment Management Qualified Inspector List. In 2014, there were 1,416 meth lab busts in the State of Indiana and the number continues to climb. Identify the warning signs of meth users and labs to prevent your community from falling victim to these hazards. Throughout this course, you will:
Prepare for the worst case scenario. You never know when one of your residents may be using or cooking meth in your community.
Section 608 of the Federal Clean Air Act requires persons who work with regulated refrigerants to become certified.
Enroll in this course to comply with regulations essential for supporting your apartment community. David Creek brings exceptional experience and insights into this course to engage and motivate participants inside and outside the classroom.
The course includes four sections for the first time test-takers and second time test-takers in your community:
Section 1 reviews environmental issues surrounding the impact of Class I and II refrigerants
Section 2 covers the test and instruction for systems with less than 5 pounds of refrigerant (Type I certification)
Section 3 includes the test and instruction for high-pressure refrigerant such as HCFC 22 including split-system air conditioners (Type II certification)
Section 4 contains the test and instruction for systems that use a low pressure refrigerant such as CFC11 (Type III certification)
Re-Testing Requirement: You are required to bring proof of your previous scores to the re-test. You may retest three times before instruction is required.
Date: Wednesday, Jaunary 25, 2017
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cost: Member full test - $135, Member retest - $79, Non-Member full test - $250, Non-Member retest - $150
Instructor/Speaker: David Creek, Director of Maintenance, Birge & Held Asset Management