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Two Day CGPM, Credential for Green Property Management Training Program

April 10 @ 8:30 am - April 11 @ 5:00 pm

Trainer:  Scott Ployer

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NAHMA, the National Affordable Housing Management

Association and NAAEI, the National Apartment Association

Education Institute offer the CGPM™, Credential for Green

Property Management to their members nationwide. Based

on green building principles and best practices set forth by

the HUD Office of Affordable Preservation – OAHP, these

established guidelines are taught by a variety of OAHP approved organizations and trainers.

 

The course curriculum that was specifically developed by

Scott Ployer, CPM®, MFE, NAHP-e, CGPM, President & CEO

of NPMSG, LLC, National Property Management Strategies

Group, LLC has been presented many times across the

country since 2020. Its content meets or exceeds the

minimum requirements that are set forth by the U.S.

Department of Housing and Urban Development. Topics

of the training are consistently being updated to represent

the latest information available to best serve the needs of

today’s demanding property professionals.

 

The CGPM™ is not restricted to employees of

management companies who have opted for an OAHP

green restructuring. This credential will also benefit any

property owners, affordable or conventional, management

firms, onsite management teams including facilities and

maintenance leads as well as supervisors of front-line staff

in residential communities following Green Operations and

Maintenance Practices. The CGPM™ also provides owners

and management companies with a mechanism for meeting

their initial as well as ongoing commitments to HUD.

 

Subject Areas:

  • Green Building Principles and
  • Practices: An Introduction
  • The Importance of Energy Efficiency
  • Water Efficiency and Why
  • Conservation Matters
  • Integrated Pest Management
  • Protocols
  • Indoor Air Quality and Compliance
  • Updates
  • Creating the Green Operations and
  • Maintenance Plan
  • Greening or Regreening Your Site
  • Through Effective Planning & Design
  • Green Building Systems and Emerging
  • Technologies
  • Alternative Energy Sources – Solar,
  • Wind, Hydropower, Bioenergy, and
  • Geothermal
  • Deregulated Utility Contracts and
  • Renewable Energy Credit Procurement
  • EPA/DOE Energy Star Programs &
  • Products
  • EPA WaterSense® Programs &
  • Products
  • Recycling and Waste Reduction
  • Programs That Work
  • The Benefits of Providing Green
  • Education to Residents
  • Tax Credits, Rebates, and Other
  • Incentives
  • And much, more!

NEAHMA Members $799

Non Members $879

 

Details

Start:
April 10 @ 8:30 am
End:
April 11 @ 5:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Sherwood Village
145 Mill Street
Natick, MA United States
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