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.
The quarterly New Member Orientation is for all new members, new employees, and those who want to become more involved in the Indiana Apartment Association. IAA will host this wine & cheese event four times a year to accommodate all new members.
Date: Thursday, September 29, 2016
Time: 3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Cost: FREE for members
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:
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: Thursday, November 10, 2016
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Cost: Members - $135 for full test, $79 for retest; Non-Members - $250 for full test, $150 for retest
Instructor/Speaker: David Creek, Director of Maintenance - Birge & Held Asset Management, LLC
Experience LIHTC Fundamental Training and/or LIHTC Advanced Training, followed by the Optional HCCP Exam
LIHTC Training Includes:
IAA’s Professional Development Committee is seeking new ideas for the year’s education-based content designed to highlight current issues and provide solutions for multifamily professionals charged with creating value for residents and investors. Submissions can focus on a variety of topics, including, but not limited to:
Education Sessions will take place throughout the year on mutually agreed upon dates. Presenters/Panelists should plan to conduct at least a 60 minute presentation which should include audience engagement, with no more than three co-presenters or panelists.
To help you submit your proposal, please review the following examples:
Your proposal will be evaluated using the following criteria:
Our first preference is to maximize peer interaction between members. We recognize that in certain expert areas, non-members may be authorized to teach. IAA retains the right to select speakers as it sees fit, based upon the projected value that the proposed speaker brings to a specific topic.