CEDAM’s Comprehensive Community Development Institute (CCDI) continues in December with two more great trainings. The first centers on single-family rehabilitation, how to capitalize on NSP2 funds, and green rehabilitation. The second is all about green building and the future of green development. If you are unable to attend but know someone who might wish to do so, please direct them to this blog.

Registration for either of the sessions is easy. Register online under “Advanced Workshops” here.

For questions or assistance with online registration, contact:

Jessica AcMoody
CEDAM Office Manager
517-485-3588
acmoody@cedamichigan.org

Managing Single Family Rehabilitation
December 7th in Lansing

This session will focus on maximizing the impact of owner-occupied rehabilitation programs, capitalizing on the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) funds, and incorporating green principles. The session will be led by Lindsay Hager and Mark Sochocki. Please click here (PDF) to see the agenda for this training.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

Green Development and Weatherization
December 8th at WARM’s Green Jobs Training Site

The future of development and jobs creation in Michigan is green. Learn about the financial implications of building and rehabbing green, the sources to fund it, and the savings green building brings to homeowners and the community at large. This session will be led by Jacob Corvidae and Stephen Christensen from WARM Training Center, and Ernie Zachary and Diane Jones from Zachary and Associates. Click here (PDF) to view the agenda for this session.

There is no prerequisite to enroll, and the cost is $35 for CEDAM members ($70 for non-members). Breakfast and lunch are included.

WARM Training LogoAbout WARM Training Center: WARM Training Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization based in Detroit, Michigan. WARM’s expertise is in energy efficiency, green building, and sustainability; its work in these areas is well-known throughout the state. This year, WARM Training Center was recognized as one of Michigan’s 2010 Top Ten Green Leaders.

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