FOR ALL WEBINARS:
Most webinars are $35. All webinars require payment via credit card at the time of registration.
FOR LIVE WEBINARS:
Live Webinars are offered on a specific date at a specific time. Most of our live webinars are hosted using Zoom. We use both the meeting and webinar features, so depending on which one we use, you may or may not be able to see other attendees and verbally participate. As always, you have the option to not show your video on all live webinars. Registration closes at 5pm the day before the scheduled webinar. You will receive an email confirmation. Attendees can cancel their webinar registration up to 48 hours prior to the session for a $30 refund. The $5 cancellation fee is to cover event and credit card processing fees. Recording Waiver: Many of the NERSC webinars will be recorded and used for an on-demand library to provide training to other housing professionals. NERSC applies for NASW CEUs for all live webinars. In order to receive a NERSC Certificate of Attendance and/or NASW CEU Certificate, you must take a short 5-question test following the session and pass with 80%.
FOR ON-DEMAND WEBINARS:
On-demand webinars are previously recorded webinars (often from our live webinar offerings) that you can purchase and watch at a time that is convenient for you. Since the library is in chronological order according to upcoming dates, you'll be able to find them displayed towards the bottom of the page. These are done on YOUR schedule and you have 90 days to start the training once you've purchased it. Because these are previously recorded, you don't show your video and you cannot interact. We are unable to offer NASW CEUs for these sessions. You will receive a NERSC Certificate of Attendance once you complete the test and pass with 80%.
Questions? Please call 508-863-0020 or email for more information.
Webinars Supported by:
- Exploring Implicit Bias and Preventing Negative ImpactsWed, Jan 27Live WebinarJan 27, 2:00 PM – 3:30 PM ESTLive WebinarThis session will help us understand how the brain works as it relates to connecting with people of different backgrounds. Kwame will demonstrate how this can influence decisions and interactions that we may have with residents, colleagues and other members of our community.
- Mindfulness Matters: At Work, At Home and in CommunityThu, Feb 04Live Webinar
- Coping With Loss in Older Adult CommunitiesOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarThis workshop will explore loss and grief and how it affects individuals physically, emotionally, behaviorally and spiritually through this broader lens. Learn ways to support the grieving process in your communities, especially in light of the traumatic losses communities have faced with COVID-19.
- Refugee and Immigrant Housing and Health Barriers (1)On Your OwnOn-Demand Webinar
- Do Not Fix or Change Me, Instead Understand and Teach MeOn Your OwnOn-Demand Webinar
- HUD Standards for Success Data ElementsOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarThis course will review HUD's new reporting framework that is required for all Multi-Family Service Coordinator Programs (Grant and Budget Based) as well as ROSS grants. This course will give an overview of all existing data elements, as well as new ones HUD plans to add.
- Accepting the New LandscapeOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarOn Your OwnOn-Demand WebinarThis session is designed to invite reflection that leads us to understand the principles of wellness that bring us comfort and balance, and protect us from breaking. It is a time to ask questions that are on your mind so we can move beyond our weariness to living joyfully again.
- Staying Connected: Planning for the Future of Resident ServicesOn Your OwnOn-Demand Webinar