Core Study Group 072321-10

Event Date & Time

7/23/2021 10:00 AM - 7/23/2021 12:00 PM

Location

Online
Times listed are Pacific Time

Thank you for your interest in this training. Unfortunately we have closed registration because either the deadline has passed or there are capacity limitations. Feel free to contact Debie Baranchulk if you have any questions: dbaranchulk@rcac.org  Please see our trainings list for other available trainings. 

Core Study Group


Accreditation:

This training does not qualify for CEUs/credits.

Certificates will only be issued to paid or scholarship registrants at the conclusion of the series after the post test is received.

 

Date & Time:

July 23 | 10:00AM-12:00PM 


Description:

Are you studying for the Certification Exam and need some extra help? Have you taken the test at least once and feel you need help with the difficult sections? Then please join us for a study group session that will concentrate on some of the areas of the test that have been difficult for people, including those that have been most problematic for those not successful in passing the exam.


Participants will learn:

·        Test taking strategies

·        Ways to approach a question to improve your chances of getting it right


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This training will be hosted on GoToTraining.


Scholarship & Fees:

Scholarships are available for the first 75 registrants. You must work for a HUD approved counseling agency to receive a scholarship. The scholarship code is HCOE.

 

If you are employed by a for-profit agency, there is a $50.00 per person fee to attend the training.

   

Registration:

Registration is invalid if this fee is not paid at time of registration.     

You must register in advance and have a valid email address to register and receive the course link and materials.


For event content questions, contact:

Debie Baranchulk
dbaranchulk@rcac.org
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1019


For registration questions, contact:

RCAC Events
registration@rcac.org
(916) 447-9832 ext. 1429

 

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