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Indianapolis - The National Fair Housing Training Academy and the Indiana Civil Rights Commission is pleased to offer Week One Fair Housing Investigation Training August 19-23, 2013 at the Indiana Government Center South (Conference Center) in Indianapolis.
Fair Housing Law and Ethics: A two-day course designed to provide investigators with a historical and legal framework for conducting comprehensive, impartial, and ethical investigations.
In Fair Housing Law and Ethics you learn to:
Effective Fair Housing Intake and Introduction to TEAPOTS: A one-day course that provides an introduction to the Title Eight Automated Paperless Tracking System (TEAPOTS) and provides participants practical and meaningful information on effective intake of fair housing complaints to ensure appropriate complaint intake and processing.
In effective Intake, you learn to:
Critical Thinking and Investigation including Interviewing Techniques: A two-day course that introduces participants to a thoughtful and structured approach to investigating fair housing complaints.
This structured approach helps participants to:
In Critical Thinking and Investigation including Interviewing Techniques, you learn to:
To register visit: www.nfhta.org/register.htm
There are two host hotels for the conference, both offering a special rate of $89.00 per night. Note: These rates are only available until Friday, July 19, 2013.
Courtyard Indianapolis Downtown: Click here to make your reservation.
Fairfield Inn & Suites Indianapolis Downtown: Click here to make your reservation.
Click here to view a copy of the training flyer.