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Self-Guided Courses


OnlineLearning-Social_OnlineLearning-img.pngGet up to speed fast – when and where it's convenient for you

Our self-guided courses enable you to stay close to your work while gaining valuable knowledge, skills and downloadable tools and resources. You can take advantage of this user-friendly professional development opportunity whenever it fits into your busy schedule, and wherever you can connect to the Internet. And you’ll save your valuable travel dollars and time away from the office.
 
We offer a wide range of computer-based courses that provide a comprehensive overview of the latest issues and challenges in community development, affordable housing and nonprofit leadership. Courses currently cover these subject matter areas listed below.
 
The courses take approximately 2-4 hours of actual online time to complete, and you have 60 days following registration to manage the time.  You’ll walk away with real skills, and the continuing education credit to back them up. Courses are $235 (nonrefundable), unless noted otherwise.  


New courses now available! See below for details.

 

Multifamily Property Asset Management

These self-guided courses are offered through the Consortium for Housing and Asset Management (CHAM) at $399/course or $1,099 for all three.

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Interactive Webinars
Interactive webinars, are more than just webinar sessions – they're webinar training. Each 90-minute session comes complete with expert faculty instruction, downloadable resources, learning checks, a certificate of completion, and continuing education hours.
Faculty-Led Courses
Faculty-led courses offer you professional development similar to what we provide at our in-class in-person courses -- you interact with an expert faculty member and your fellow participants online, and at your convenience.
One-Week Workshops
Workshops take place over one week (Monday - Friday) and offer the opportunity for collaboration with peers and NeighborWorks faculty via both live and self-paced online interactions for valuable, engaging learning.