HCV Program Management has a similar audience and is designed to be most useful for HCV managers and upper-level management. However, HCV team leaders are also highly encouraged to attend this class. The content areas focus more heavily on technical and regulatory information and include in-depth training on PIC and EIV.
During the class, a program assessment of each function will be made so the manager can focus on how to upgrade program quality. It includes program regulatory knowledge checks and provides management guidance and tools including portability tracking, SEMAP indicator documentation for quality control, and a tool for documenting in-depth file reviews.
When the HCV Program Management course and test is completed with a passing score, the professional is authorized to use the NMA V.P.M. designation.
This is an intermediate-level class. The HCV Specialist class is recommended as a prerequisite.
Identify and utilize the HUD regulatory program requirements
Develop effective agency HCV administrative policy, recognizing the distinction between mandatory and discretionary needs
Demystify HUD systems and utilize them for maximum benefit
Problem-solve and correct errors in the EIV, PIC, and VMS HUD electronic systems and create tracking systems to eliminate future errors
Maximize forecasting results for program utilization of HAP and fees funding
Create a fact-based leasing plan using HUD's two-year tracking tool
Manage HCV program functions for regulatory compliance
Manage portability deadlines through a FREE tool
Conduct comprehensive file reviews
Utilize a FREE tool to conduct and document SEMAP audits
AGENDA: View the agenda for in-person classes View the agenda for live web trainings METHOD: A group-live seminar featuring PowerPoint, case studies, group discussion, course book, and Q&A LENGTH: Four days AUDIENCE: HCV program managers and supervisors PROGRAM LEVEL: Intermediate PREREQUISITES: Should be a supervisor or higher-level staff person; working knowledge of the HCV program ADVANCED PREPARATION: None