Frequently Asked Questions
NFHTA training courses and course schedule are available at http://www.nfhta.org/training/schedule.
NFHTA staff are always available to answer your questions and provide you with timely, accurate information.
Phone: (202) 314-3422
Fair housing professionals who want to improve their skills in investigations and strategically enforcing fair housing laws in an effective, comprehensive and timely manner. NFHTA course are also open to the public.
Yes. All students are required to pay tuition and are also responsible for all expenses associated with travel and lodging.
Note: Each course has a cost, which is listed on the course schedule at http://www.nfhta.org/training/schedule.
When registering for a course, NFHTA’s online registration system will allow you to select a method of payment at checkout. Payment options include:
- Check, credit card, or purchase orders.
- HUD 10.4 Form – HUD Employees.
Note: Tuition is due and payable at the time of registration in order to reserve your place in the class. If paying with other than a credit card, payment must be received 10 days prior to the start date of the class. You will not be able to attend the course, if payment has not been received.
Please refer to the Tuition and Payment Process at http://www.nfhta.org/policies/tuition-and-payment-process for more information.
Check should be made out to CNI Technical Services LLC and send to:
600 Maryland Avenue, SW
East Building, Lower Level – Suite 027
Washington, DC 20024
Distance (online) Learning at NFHTA is technology enabled teaching and delivery outside the traditional classroom. The material covered in our distance learning courses is equivalent to that offered in the face-to-face sections of the same course. In fact, the content for our distance learning courses is the same as in our traditional instructor led courses; only the method of delivery is different. Students in NFHTA distance learning courses are expected to work through the entire curriculum during the month, to access the site at least 3-5 a week, and to complete the course within the timeframe. We expect that the course requires approximately 8-10 hours per week, for a total amount of time similar to that which would be spent in an on-site class.
Yes. The core curriculum is a 5-week Fair Housing Investigator Certification Program designed to provide fair housing enforcement staff with knowledge and skills to conduct efficient and timely investigations throughout the country. State and local agencies participating in the certification program and HUD staff, must take the Week 1 – 5 core curriculum courses in sequential order.
Yes. Relevant courses will be developed in consultation with FHAP, HUD FHEO, and FHIP personnel initially. Other courses will be developed in conjunction with needs and requests.
Yes. NFHTA will work in a consultative capacity to develop courses, workshops and special seminars. Fees will apply.
The tuition for our onsite classroom courses includes all required materials unless otherwise noted in the course description.
NFHTA observes the Office of Personnel Management recommendations for early closure due to weather conditions. If you have a question regarding the closure due to weather, please give our staff a call at (202) 314-3422.
NFHTA does not currently submit for CE/CLE credit; however, students can self-submit.
Please see our STUDENT CANCELLATION / NO-SHOW policy at http://www.nfhta.org/policies/cancellation-and-no-show-policy for more detail.