Fair Housing – Module 3
June 7 , 8:00 am EDT – December 30 , 5:00 pm EST
Self-paced, available on demand through December 30.
To help housing counselors take and pass the HUD Certification Exam, NCRC has launched a new self-paced HUD Prep E-Learning Series made available to you online. This series is available on-demand for you to access at your convenience.
This module has two sub-modules. Module 3.1 provides information about the history of civil rights and discriminatory practices in the financial and housing industry, as well as the early role of the federal government and lending institutions. We discuss the key provisions of the Fair Housing Act and the impact of the law when discussing client’s rights. We cover terms and concepts when discussing ways to identify and overcome violations of fair housing laws, and we explain the seven protected characteristics. We discuss which entities are subject to and which are exempt from compliance with the fair housing laws. Module 3.2 identifies resources for fair housing enforcement. We explain the process of reporting fair housing law violations and how to go through the complaint process. Counselors will know how to recognize obstacles to fair housing and how to identify signs of housing discrimination. We discuss the requirements of marketing agency programs and services, and how to affirmatively further fair housing.
This training is part of a six-part series to help housing counselors pass the HUD exam. This training is self-paced and can be taken at the convenience of your schedule. Register to get access.
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