Saturdays, October 16 - December 11, 2021

Curriculum Overview
This program delivers a practical introduction to neighborhood development. Nine subject matters will walk you through how to begin your journey to property development in your neighborhood. Through a combination of lectures and hands-on software training, eighteen subject-matter practitioners will demonstrate their specialties on (1) The State of Real Estate Development and Acquisition, (2) Capacity Building and Funding Sources, (3) Housing Policy and Strategic Housing Advocacy, (4) QuickBooks, (5) License, Certifications, and Insurance, (6) Understanding Construction Drawings, (7) Construction Beyond the Housing Development Award in a Present COVID World, (8) Xactimate, and (9) Project management. The Center also administers its program exam to certify the participants’ understanding of these nine topics.
Who can register: Any prospective neighborhood developers 
Where: Virtual Classes via Zoom
When: October 16-December 11, 2021 (Saturday, 9:00 AM   -1:00 PM, CST)
Duration: Twenty-four (24) hours             
Program Certification Exam: December 4 (Sat.) and December 11 (Sat.), 8:30 - 10:30 AM CST. 
   ▫ Dr. Sung No: 225-773-8917 (Cell)
     Co-Director, EDA University Center
     for Economic and Entrepreneurial Development:
   ▫ Dr. Donald Andrews, Dean (College of Business): 225-921-3890 (cell)
   ▫ Marilyn Doherty: 225-771-5191
   ▫ Eric Porter, ComNet LLC: 225-205-6562

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