Upcoming Education in Indianapolis

Painting & Flooring Maintenance

Ensuring a property is visually appealing is a critical task of maintenance professionals. Working to keep the community looking its best is important to the bottom line. This course will cover common interior and exterior paint finishes along with common flooring finishes. The goal of this course is to enable maintenance professionals to make informed decisions to support the turn effort, as well as the goals of the management team. This course will provide product knowledge training on the basics of paint and flooring, along with troubleshooting and industry best practices. This course will include real-world issues and provide a blueprint to avoid unnecessary frustration and delays.

Specifics to be reviewed include:

  • Flooring installation and repair
  • Best practices in repairing drywall
  • Painting and staining techniques
  • Preventative maintenance on exterior/interior finishes

Instructor: David Baker, Renovia & Tom Fowle, Mohawk Industries, Inc.

Date: March 28, 2019

Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Location: IAA Barrett Center, 9100 Keystone Ave, Suite 725, Indianapolis, IN 46240

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Fair Housing

It’s 2019 – Is Housing Fair Yet?

Be prepared to enjoy yourself, as the presenter plans to lighten up the very serious topic of fair housing during this fast paced, interactive program. Presented in practical and easy to understand terms, this program promises something for all property management employees and will be full of fair housing do’s and don’ts for all levels of property management. The topics are current and wide ranging, including an explanation of why it is now necessary to talk to residents when processing requests for reasonable accommodations; how to address requests for emotional support animals; what to do when the animal becomes a problem;  how to be communicate with the public through marketing, your website, and social media; the necessity for effective preparation to terminate a problem resident; a check list of necessary fair housing policies, procedures, and forms, and much more. The trainer is an attorney with more than 35 years’ experience in the fair housing arena. She’ll bring lots of examples and case studies from the multitude of cases she has handled during her career.

Instructor: Kathi Williams

Date: April 25, 2019

Morning Session Time: 9:00am – 12:00pm

Afternoon Session Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Location: Drury Plaza Hotel, 9625 N. Meridian St., Indianapolis, IN 46290

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Register for afternoon session here!

Swimming Pool Maintenance

Course provided by HD Supply.

This course is an introduction and overview of the tools, processes, chemistry, maintenance, and equipment used to professionally operate a residential pool relative to state and federal safety and health standards. Fundamentals of chemical testing PH, and disinfectant levels for pools and spas, as well as mechanical aspects will be discussed.

Additional topics covered in this class will include:

  • Health and safety
  • Major mechanical and physical components
  • Virginia Graham Baker Act equipment requirements
  • Filtration and mechanical maintenance
  • Liability and safety aspects of pool management

Instructor: Arthur (Art) Aros

Date: April 30, 2019

Time: 8:30am – 11:30am

Location: IAA Barrett Center, 9100 Keystone Ave, Suite 725, Indianapolis, IN 46240

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Laundry Appliance Repair

Course provided by HD Supply.

This 3-hour class is an introduction and overview of the operation, maintenance and repair of typical residential grade laundry appliances. The course is designed to identify major serviceable components and maintenance procedures used to install, operate, troubleshoot, repair, and clean typical residential grade laundry room equipment. This overview class will help you read wire diagrams and use the Multi-Meter to test parts and trouble-shoot faulty components.

Topics covered in this class will include:

  • Safety when making repairs
  • Overview of gas and electric dryer operation, heating elements, and temp controls
  • Overview of washing machine operation, cycles, and plumbing
  • Overview of “Coin Op.”  installation, operation, and repair
  • Appliance wire diagrams and how to read them
  • Trouble-shooting common work orders and complaints for each appliance type
  • Common repairs for each appliance type
  • Testing electrical components with a Multi-Meter
  • Preventative maintenance

Instructor: Arthur (Art) Aros

Date: April 30, 2019

Time: 12:30pm – 3:30pm

Location: IAA Barrett Center, 9100 Keystone Ave, Suite 725, Indianapolis, IN 46240

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