NMA’s brand-new NSPIRE for Public Housing seminar covers everything you need to know about HUD’s new National Standards for the Physical Inspection of Real Estate (NSPIRE). Develop and master the skills needed to be an effective and efficient public housing inspector.
You’ll learn about the three new inspectable areas, the new types of inspections applicable to your public housing units, how your physical condition score will be determined, and how that score will impact the frequency of inspections. Most importantly, you’ll also learn exactly how to read a standard and review each standard in detail with industry-leading inspections experts.
Upon completion of NSPIRE for Public Housing, you should have the skills needed to be an effective and efficient NSPIRE inspector.
Review how NSPIRE was developed
Compare and contrast NSPIRE and UPCS
Identify the inspectable areas under NSPIRE
Describe the different health and safety determinations under NSPIRE
Name the different types of inspections under NSPIRE
Review the NSPIRE software
Describe the frequency of inspections under NSPIRE
Identify the scoring methodology under NSPIRE
Understand minimum habitability requirements
Understand how to read a standard
Identify and review each NSPIRE standard
AGENDA: View the agenda METHOD: A group-live seminar featuring PowerPoint, group discussion, handouts, and Q&A LENGTH: Three days AUDIENCE: NSPIRE inspectors and supervisors PROGRAM LEVEL: Basic PREREQUISITES: None ADVANCED PREPARATION: None EXAM: This seminar does not provide HUD REAC inspector certification. Visit www.hud.gov for information on REAC inspector certifications. CREDITS: CPE units = 25.2, CEU units w/exam = 2.1 REGISTER: Select the seminar you'd like to attend from the list of locations and dates below to order online.