Training/Conference/
Event
Date/Location Description
Grant Writing August 7-8
Suquamish, WA
This course design will enable participants to learn how to prepare proposals for both federal and non-federal grants. Grants that can be used to fund affordable housing development and rehabilitation; program capacity building; and resident services/self-sufficiency activities. In this hands-on course, participants will work on developing outcomes-based proposals, covering topics such as preparing a statement of needs, identifying project and/or community goals, leveraging various funding sources, implementation schedules and long-term project sustainability. Participants will be required to write key components of a grant and analyze an actual grant application. Registration: www.naihc.net
2018 Tribal Lands & Environment Forum Aug. 13-16
Spokane, WA
8th annual Tribal Lands & Environment Forum (TLEF) features special trainings, field trips, and breakout sessions focused on our conference theme: A National Conversation on Tribal Land and Water Resources. Topics highlighted at the forum include solid/hazardous waste management, brownfields, UST/LUSTs, Superfund sites, and emergency response. Tribal water program topics – water quality, drinking water, and habitat restoration (including wetlands, streams and fisheries) will also be included with breakout sessions, trainings and field trips. More at http://www7.nau.edu/itep/main/Conferences/Index
Admissions & Occupancy Training

 

Aug. 21-23, 2018
Silverdale, WA
Participants can expect to gain an understanding on how NAHASDA policies and program requirements impact the Admission and Occupancy process. Training topics include eligibility, waitlists, rent calculations, collections, inspections, and lease compliance. Event Flyer. Register at: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/eao/
4th Annual Tribal Economic Outlook Conference Aug. 22
Flagstaff, AZ
For details about the 4th Annual Tribal Economic Outlook Conference  visit https://nau.edu/economic-policy-institute/4th-annual-tribal-economic-outlook-conference/.
Tribal Grant Writers Workshop: “Vision, Design and Capacity” Aug. 28-30
Sacramento, CA
The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) is hosting a 2 ½ day FREE hands-on grant writing workshop to develop, support, and increase the competence of technical writers to submit successful grant applications. Learn about: ● Logic Models; ● Components of a Grant; ●Evaluation Methods; ●SMART Objectives; ●Work Plans; ●And More! Registration is limited to two participants per Tribal Organization. Register at: https://tinyurl.com/y9pdjyqm For more information, contact Valerie Gallo at 415.437.8095 or vgallo@hrsa.gov
Native American Languages Summit Aug 28-29
Midwest City, OK
2018 Native American Languages Summit; Honoring the Gift of Native American Languages

Native Learning Center Grant Writing Training

Aug. 29-30
Hollywood, FL
The Native Learning Center hosts a two-day grant writing training. Attendees will learn the skills to facilitate community involvement along with comprehensive and strategic planning to establish a dedicated project team to research and identify potential grant sources. Learn more and register.
IHP/APR Training

 

Sept. 11-12, 2018
Minneapolis, MN
Participants at this 2-day training will receive step-by-step instruction on how to successfully complete the combined, automated IHP/APR form. The trainer will walk-through the new Excel form, which simplifies completion with drop-down menus, auto-filling data, and more. Participants will also receive guidance on the development, planning, and reporting processes & requirements. Event Flyer. Registration/Event Info: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/onapIHP/
NAHASDA Intermediate

 

Oct. 2-4
Oklahoma City, OK
If you’ve ever left a NAHASDA training saying, “Wait! I’ve got more questions!”—this training is for you. This Intermediate NAHASDA course will skip lightly over the history. Trainers will use detailed case studies to illustrate how NAHASDA is applied in real world housing situations. Areas discussed to include eligible activities, eligible families, useful life, audits and records retention, inspections and admissions, relocation, and Indian Preference. Participants will leave the session with increased ability to take rules and regulations and use these to create and run more effective and compliant housing programs. Event Flyer. Registration and Event Information: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/onapIntermediate/
Indian Housing Plans/Annual Performance Reports

 

Oct. 17-18, 2018 Albuquerque, NM Participants at this 2-day training will receive step-by-step instruction on how to successfully complete the combined, automated IHP/APR form. The trainer will provide a walk-through of the new Excel form, which simplifies completion with drop-down menus, auto-filling data, and more. Participants will also receive guidance on the development, planning, and reporting processes and requirements. All grantees are encouraged to attend this training. Register at: www.FirstPic.org/events
Tribal Housing Admissions & Occupancy Training Nov. 6-8,2018
M
idwest City, OK
Participants can expect to gain an understanding on how NAHASDA policies and program requirements impact the Admission and Occupancy process. Training topics include eligibility, waitlists, rent calculations, collections, inspections, and lease compliance. Event Flyer. Registration/Event Info: http://newregistration.firstpic.org/eao/
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