FREE Boise Fair Housing Design and Construction Training May 15, 2014

Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST

Building professionals, architects and engineers have a unique opportunity to earn AIA continuing education credits and receive practical guidance on design and construction requirements under the Fair Housing Act. Boise will host experts from HUD-sponsored Fair Housing Accessibility First! on Thursday, May 15 in the Washington Group Plaza Auditorium at 720 Park Blvd.

This event is FREE! Register here

Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST is an initiative designed to promote compliance with the Fair Housing Act design and construction requirements. The program offers comprehensive and detailed instruction programs, useful online web resources, and a toll-free information line for technical guidance and support.

Register online for this training session.

Course Outline

Module 10 – Design & Construction Requirements of the Fair Housing Act
Module 7 – Accessible Routes
Module 8 – Accessible Public & Common-Use Areas
Module 6 – Strategies for Compliant Bathrooms

Washington Group Plaza Auditorium
720 Park Blvd.
Boise, ID 83729

(208) 334-1990

Register here to ensure a space. For more information, contact John Ritzu, LCM Program Manager for the Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST Program at 312-913-1717, Ext. 228 or .

Boise Fair Housing Design and Construction Training May 15, 2014

Event Time: 8:00am-4:30pm (check-in at 8:00am)

Location: Washington Group Plaza Auditorium / 720 Park Blvd. Boise, ID

Download event flier here: Fair Housing Accessibility FIRST Final Flier, 4-22-14

Street Law Clinics at Boise Public Library: Second Mondays

 Have a legal question, but can’t afford a lawyer?

 The Idaho Trial Lawyers Association is econd onday of each month, beginning  February 11, 2013. The clinic will run from 4:00pm to 6:00pm and be held at the Boise Public Library (Downtown Branch).

For more information, see the poster (below), call 208.345.1890 with questions or visit www.itla.org

Street Law Poster

HUD/FHEO training March 23 in Boise

FAIR HOUSING ACT BASICS

HUD Equal Opportunity Specialist Kristina Miller presented information on fair housing to a packed house of over 250 participants during the March 23rd training at the MK Auditorium in Boise. Topics ranged from fair housing basics and reasonable accomodation to the nature of complaints filed in Idaho.

Training notice. Housing owners, property managers, renters, housing advocates – learn the basics of the Federal Fair Housing Act, with more in depth discussion on issues such as disability, domestic violence, family status, and sexual orientation. This knowledge is not only critical to prevent costly violations, it’s also good business! PLEASE NOTE:  This training is NOT a webinar.  Training takes place in Boise, ID.  Questions? Contact Kristina Miller at 509-368-3214 or .