Join Mary Ross for a live online class to learn about the responsibilities of the Section 504 Coordinator. In Paragraph 2-28 of HUD Handbook 4350.3, HUD states that:
When an owner, managing entity, or project employs 15 or more people, regardless of their location or duties, the owner or managing entity must also designate one person for the property to coordinate efforts to comply with Section 504 requirements. This does not exempt owners, managing entities, or projects with fewer than 15 employees from complying with Section 504 requirements, but merely exempts the owner from having to designate a person to coordinate compliance efforts. At the owner’s discretion, this person may handle Section 504 matters for more than one property.
Many owner/agents are not aware of this requirements. In even more cases, a 504 Coordinator is assigned but is offered little or no training explaining his/her responsibilities.
This 2 hour session will discuss the 504 Coordinator’s responsibilities and provide you with time to ask specific questions. Sample policies and forms are provided as part of this class.
Training materials are provided and should be printed before the training begins.
Training is delivered via a training product called Go To Training. Students may participate via VOIP using computer speakers and microphone or the student may use the conference call option. Instruction will include use of a Power Point presentation and illustration of sample forms, sample checklists and HUD guidance.
Questions can be submitted via text. Students who have a headset with a microphone may raise their hand and interact directly with the instructor.