Training: Innovative Practices in Homelessness

Training: Innovative Practices in Homelessness

Whether you’re brand new to homelessness planning or a seasoned veteran, this course is for you. Offered as a two-part workshop, the following topics will be covered: contributing factors to homelessness; health conditions associated with homelessness; Canada’s National Housing Strategy; program responses to the COVID-19 pandemic; system planning; emerging research on staff burnout and PTSD; harm reduction; the growing use of modular supportive housing; innovations in the management of emergency shelters; and the use of Artificial Intelligence in the sector.

Instructor: Nick Falvo. Click here to learn more about Nick Falvo.

This training includes: Required reading to prepare for each meeting, two live meetings (4 hours total), and a short assignment to engage with the content.

Date and Time:
November 2, 1 to 3 pm ET and
November 9, 1 to 3 pm ET (You attend both meetings)

Time commitment:
Plan to spend 6-10 hours to do the reading, attend the meetings and complete the assignment

$200 for CIH and CHRA members
$300 for non-members
Please indicate on your registration if you are a member.
You will be invoiced after you register.

Registration deadline is October 27, 2021.

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