Ready, Set, Build! (Campbell River)
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This course consists of both an online and a face-to-face component.
Once you have registered using your bcnpha account details, you will receive an email with course specific details including important dates and on how to log into HousingU, BCNPHA’s online learning management system. Once you log into HousingU, you will have access to all the online resources and forums. You’ll also be able to ask the facilitator questions in preparation for your face-to-face session.
To ensure you get the best value from your face-to-face session we recommend you spend 3 to 6 hours familiarizing yourself with the online course material. After the face-to-face session you’ll retain access to the online resources, your colleagues and facilitator in the course area, as part of a sector-wide community of practice area.
Join us on Monday, May 13 in Campbell River (Comfort Inn & Suites – 1351 Shoppers Row) for the 1-day face-to-face session, which will run from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. This session is an opportunity for you to dig deeper into the resources, work through case studies, meet each other, hear from experts, including representatives from CMHC, and ask questions specific to your new building or development project.
Steps in the development process | Creating a development team | Financial feasibility | Building effective partnerships
What you'll learn
Participating in this course will help you:
- Describe the steps in developing affordable rental housing for low income households
- Explain the components, use and value of a housing needs study
- Apply the results of a housing needs study to develop a project concept
- Conduct a preliminary financial feasibility assessment for a proposed housing project
- Identify financial and other partners for affordable housing development
- Explain the roles and responsibilities of the key players involved in developing affordable housing
- Prepare a development or redevelopment plan for new or existing social housing
- Describe the current funding environment for non-market housing
- Use a standard format to prepare a proposal for funding or other partnership
3-6 hours online prior to the face-to-face session, and approximately 6 hours for the 1-day face-to-face session. After the face-to-face session, you will retain access to the online course where you can continue to interact with colleagues, the facilitator, CMHC, as well as access the resources.
There are no prerequisites for attending RSB! online or for the face-to-face session other than a basic understanding of online communication and access to the internet.
RSB! has been designed to be accessible for everyone from Board Members to Development Consultants, to Building Administrators and Managers. RSB! is for members and non-members from organizations of any size who are contemplating, or in the process of building or redeveloping affordable housing in their community.
Start and end dates
May 13, 2019 - May 13, 2019
$79.00 + GST for members $119.00 + GST for non-members
Volume Discount: If you send 3 or more people from the same organization, the cost is $49 + GST for members; no discount for non-members. To take advantage of this discount, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration: Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch and light refreshments, and access to the online component. To register, you will need an account: select the Login to Account or Create an Account green button at the top of this page.
Note: Registration closes May 7, 2019. Due to limited seating capacity, this session is limited to 20 participants maximum.
Please note: you are responsible for any costs associated with your travel and accommodation that may be needed to attend the face-to-face workshop.