13 Months to Train a Resident Assistant

Currently, I am attending the 2012 Association of Intermountain Housing Officers (AIMHO) Annual Conference in Billings, Montana. My personal belief is if you are going to take the time to attend a conference, you should also take the time submit a program session proposal. Well, I did just that and am presenting a few program sessions at the conference.

With that being said I am going to use my blog to post a recap a my program sessions with helpful materials. Here is one of the other sessions I presented: Recognition on a Shoestring Budget.

Thank You’s I would be remiss if I did not thank those who made this presentation possible…my co-presenters – Maggie Higgins, Jamie Lloyd and Tiffany Pendleton. They are incredible individuals and a great team! This presentation would not be possible without them and I thank them for their time (1 year +) in developing this training. It was a pleasure working with them.

Helpful Documents

Resident Assistant Training Timeline,How to Plan Your Own Training Program, Learning Plan Example, RA Class – Assignments Discriptions

Redeveloping your Resident Assistant Training process can be a complex process but a necessary one. If you have any questions or are looking for addition materials please leave a comment or contact me via email.

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