Since the first one was so much fun, we thought we'd do it again! Please join us online Wednesday, November 10, 2020, from 8:45 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. for the second annual virtual education conference. We have a full slate of mini webinars lined up. Register today to attend:
- Maintenance for Managers | Peter Cline, The Phoenix Staffing
Maintenance is an integral part of every property owner's and manager's job. By prioritizing regular, routine maintenance, you mitigate risk, reduce costs, keep residents satisfied, and increase the value of your properties. Come hear some useful maintenance tips and simple discerning questions to ask residents that will help you identify the problem over the phone and prep your maintenance technicians.
- Partnership with Law Enforcement | Henry Tirado, Sheriff's Department
Law enforcement cannot overcome crime without the support and assistance of the community. By reporting suspicious activity, or behaviors that may indicate criminal activity, you make your neighborhood safer. We're all in this together. Come hear the steps to take to begin building this partnership:
- The Three Phases: Training, Assessment & Resident's Input
- Drugs and Gangs: If It Walks Like A Duck, It's A Duck. The Do's and Don'ts
- Community Rules: Keep It Simple (K.I.S.S.)
- What's Next? & Closing the Loop
- Positivity During DarkTimes | Chelsea Kneeland, J. Turner Research
With the unfolding of a global pandemic interrupting our daily lives and leading to changing environments both at work and at home, it can be hard not to feel overwhelmed by the state of the world. The good news? Even in times of uncertainty, stress, and anxiety, you can take proactive steps to feel more positive and grounded and see the good during dark times.
- Legislative Update | Molly Kirkland, SCRHA Direcotor of Public Affairs
An overview of legislation we lobbied for and against this year. We will also cover the bills signed into law and the potential impacts that these bills will have on our industry.
- Beyond the Panic: Building Community in a Time of Coronavirus | Kelly Barrie, R.A. Snyder
This session will focus on key ways to build community while social distancing. The way residents, families, and neighbors band together in response to disasters is a key factor in a community's ability to bounce back. Learn how to engage residents in activities that run themselves and take little or no time for property managers to plan and execute. Additionally, we'll cover how to use technology for easy-to-use marketing solutions and activities, as well as using social media for online events and how to unify non-internet and tech-savvy residents.
Take some time out of your busy day to learn something new.
Register early! Space is limited.
Do you hold the CAPS, CAM, or NALP Designation? If yes, this conference counts towards your continuing education credits. Receive 1 Credit toward your CEC requirement.
SCRHA Members: $20 | Non-Members: $40
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