Texas NAHRO Trainings


Managers and supervisors are the instruments through which performance and productivity happen in any organization. An agency’s human assets directly impact the success and quality of services delivered to their communities. Managing or supervising require unique sets of knowledge, skills, and competencies. This High-Performance Management training will provide you with key knowledge and skills to create and maintain high performing and productive teams. You’ll have the opportunity to experiment with critical tools and techniques to effectively manage and supervise your teams. This participant centered course is highly interactive using case studies, assessments, and simulations to keep you engaged! You’ll learn your personal behavior style and how to effectively improve communication, collaboration, and outcomes.

This public housing training allows you to learn three NMA seminars—eligibility, rent calculation, and occupancy—in one week! Instead of three separate certification exams, one exam at the end of the training allows participants to get high-quality, up-to-date training on all three topics.

Upon completion of Public Housing Specialist, you should be able to explain and apply HUD regulations and guidance to determining eligibility, the intake process, occupancy, and rent calculation in the public housing program.

Location: Dallas Housing Authority

Registration Fees: 
Members – $700
Non Members – $800
Exam – $150

The Family Self-Sufficiency (FSS) Program is a critical and exciting component to the future of the Housing Choice Voucher/Public Housing Programs. You will gain or refresh your knowledge of the elements needed to create a successful and innovative FSS program and discover how to be an effective and creative FSS coordinator or manager. Together we will explore best practices in case management, as well as learn how to create dynamic partnerships within your community to maximize the resources available to your participants. Finally, you will learn how to form a non-profit organization, including securing and enhancing future FSS funding. Come join us and get inspired to make a difference in the lives of those families you serve!

Procurement & Contract Management

Training Location: San Antonio

December 6-8, 2022

Join us for a refresher on procurement basics, including basic procurement requirements, 24 CFR 200, procurement standards, competition, methods of procurement, cost and price analysis, awarding agency, bonding requirements, regulatory documents, actions requiring HUD approval, roles and responsibilities, ethics, procurement policy, employment training opportunities, procurement methods and processes, and more.

Registration will open soon.