Effective May 1st, 2020
PRIVATE VIRTUAL TRAINING
The Fair Housing Center of Washington is committed to providing engaging, high-quality fair housing training for housing industry stakeholders. We’re excited about refreshed content and delivery for new audiences as well as seasoned housing professionals. Virtual trainings are limited to 50 participants to ensure quality. The training fee includes up to three hours of training and training materials for all participants, including certificates upon completion. Virtual trainings are not recorded.
- $550 for up to 30 persons
- $700 for up to 50 persons
- $150 per hour for additional hours of instruction
PUBLIC VIRTUAL TRAINING
Fair Housing case law training will be available to the general public and presented by MacDonald, Hoague and Bayless. Request to be notified with the details here. Registration will be through Eventbrite.
The Fair Housing Center will provide instruction about federal, state, and local fair housing laws, reasonable accommodation and modification, and current trends/cases. Resource materials will be provided to the participants. The training fee includes up to three hours of training and training materials for all participants.
- $650 for up to 20 persons
- $750 for 21 – 30 persons
- $900 for 31 – 50 persons
- $12 per additional person over 50 persons. $150 per hour for additional hours of instruction
The Fair Housing Center will issue certificates of training. We will not be responsible for any other costs, including but not limited to promotion, training facility, audio/visual, accreditation, or maintaining records of the training.
ABCs of Fair Housing for Real Estate and Property Management Professionals
The Fair Housing Center of Washington is an approved real estate school with the State of Washington Department of Licensing, Real Estate Services Division. The Fair Housing Center is currently offering a course titled “ABCs of Fair Housing for Real Estate and Property Management Professionals.” This three clock-hour course will cover the basics of fair housing law, including the history of the law, protected classes, prohibited activities, liabilities, and remedies. Although the course covers basic fair housing concepts, the course will be appropriate for both beginning and seasoned professionals with an expanded discussion of disability provisions, advertising, and current trends and cases.
The training fee for this course includes instruction, student materials, certificates of completion, and retention of records per Washington Administrative Code.
- $850 for up to 20 persons
- $1,000 for 21 – 30 persons
- $1,250 for 31 – 50 persons and $20 for each additional person
- $20 per additional person over 50 persons. $150/hour for additional hours of instruction.
If the contracting person or organization wants the Fair Housing Center to handle the training registration, there is an additional fee of $150 up to 20 persons, $200 for up to 30 persons and $250 for up to 50 persons. The contracting person or organization would be responsible for costs associated with a training facility and any refreshments. The Fair Housing Center would be responsible for the cost of audio/visual equipment needed for the training.
If the training location is more than 20 miles from the Fair Housing Center office in Tacoma, Washington, then the following additional costs will be added to the fee:
- 21 – 30 miles: $100
- 31 – 45 miles: $150
- 46 – 60 miles: $200
- 61 – 100 miles: $250
- 101 – 120 miles: $300
- Over 120 miles: TBD based on location, accommodations and time of year.
To schedule fair housing training, contact firstname.lastname@example.org