Calendar

May
21
Tue
REAC Update @ The Washington Inn
May 21 @ 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

Get REAC-READY! Hear the latest CHANGES to the UPCS Protocol!

Yes, there are changes — and this class will cover them all!

Attendees will get a thorough explanation of:

  • Definitions and notable deficiencies of the 5 inspectable areas
  • Health & Safety deficiencies
  • The Scoring System
  • How to successfully prepare for a REAC inspection
  • and, of course, the latest changes to Uniform Physical Condition Standard Protocol

Don’t get caught up in REAC complacency. Be ready for the coming changes.

Remember to bring your pen and paper to this event.

About the Speaker: Kathi Markan has been a certified HUD-REAC inspector for 12 years. She joined the team at Constructive Forensics last year to pursue her passion – helping property management improve their REAC knowledge by performing Pre-REAC inspections, conducting trainings and submitting scoring appeals. Additionally, Kathi conducts quality assurance inspections on all phases of new construction to ensure code compliance for litigation prevention and defense.

You can register numerous people through this invitation. Click ‘Add a Guest’ on the Registration screen. You may pay with a check or with a credit card once you have completed this form.

Continental breakfast will be provided. Lunch is on your own.

PARKING & TRANSPORTATION:
• Parking lots at: 8th & Clay ($10 for all day) 400 11th street ($20 for all day) 729 Clay ($10 for all day) 989 Franklin ($10 for all day) & 7th & Jefferson ($7 for all day).
(Street parking is NOT advised (high ticket potential) and more expensive for all day
• 12th Street BART Station is 2 blocks away.

Click here for complete details and online registration.

Jun
20
Thu
NAHMT Certification Class: 6-Hour Air Conditioning: Mechanical & Electrical @ The Washington Inn
Jun 20 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

This 6-hour class is designed to be a starting place for any Maintenance technician no matter his/her skill level. It starts by discussing the different types of air conditioning systems and how they work. This class also covers topics such as preventive maintenance and the troubleshooting skills needed to work on a multi-unit facility.

Discussion will include:
· The electrical and mechanical components of an Air Conditioning System
· Safety procedures
· The basic refrigeration cycle
· Schematic design of components (control and operating circuits)
· Preventive Maintenance
· Become aware of limitations placed on the industry by the EPA and others
· Troubleshooting common problems with Air Conditioning systems

About the Speaker: Brian Goldojarb has developed, written, and presented technical training programs in Facilities Maintenance, Energy Efficiency Systems, Construction, Energy Auditing, and Contract License Test Preparation, for the State of California and private industry, as well as a broad range of “Green Building” construction training programs, as an Adjunct Professor for the California Community College system.

You can register numerous people through this invitation. Click ‘Add a Guest’ on the Registration screen. You may pay with a check or with a credit card once you have completed this form.

Please share the parking information with your registrants.

Continental breakfast will be provided. Lunch is on your own.

PARKING & TRANSPORTATION:

Note: Street parking is NOT advised

(high ticket potential and it is more expensive for all day) 
• Parking lots nearby: 8th & Clay ($10 for all day), 400 11th street ($20 for all day), 729 Clay ($10 for all day), 989 Franklin ($10 for all day), and 7th & Jefferson ($7 for all day). 

• 12th Street BART Station is 2 blocks away.

Click here for complete details and online registration.