Education

 

FOR ALL SCHEDULED EDUCATIONAL CLASSES AND AAMHO MEETINGS PLEASE GO TO OUR WEBSITE CALENDAR OR NEWSLETTER ON OUR MENU BAR ABOVE.

EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS:

AAMHO educates park residents about their rights and responsibilities under the LTA and RV Act by having workshops statewide.

The Park Officer Training Program is for new and prospective park officers as well as ones that want a refresher. The workshop covers the responsibilities of each of the officers.  The park Rules and Regulations and Statement of Policy are reviewed, and chapter Bylaws are discussed.  samples of each are included in the Handbook for Park Officers which are given to every participating park.

The District/Associates Director Training Program is for new and prospective district and associates directors.  The workshop covers the responsibilities of each of the directors.

The New Board Member Office and Field Training Program is for new and prospective board members.  The workshop covers the responsibilities of each of the board member, including working tools.

The LTA 101 Landlord Tenant Workshop offers an opportunity for participants to learn how to use the LTA in finding the answers to questions that may come up in their park.  Responsibilities of both the landlord and the tenant are discussed, what is required in a rental agreement, and the Relocation Fund.

The Train the Trainer Program invites perspective AAMHO members to join in our classes to learn how to present the LTA 101 Landlord Tenant Workshop in various park locations.

The Arizona Mobile Home Park Residential Landlord and Tenant (LTA) Act and Recreational Vehicle Long-Term Rental Space Act (RV) are living documents that get revised when AAMHO and MHCA (Manufactured Housing Communities of Arizona, representing the park owners and managers) reach an agreement and the Legislature passes the bill.  See “LAWS” on our menu bar or click here for LTA or RV Act

Both AAMHO and MHCA are authorized to present a Park Manager Certification Class, a six-hour class and certification that park managers are required to complete every two years. (See S33-1437)  Managers who attend this class learn that AAMHO is not their adversary, but an ally in maintaining positive relations between management and residents.

AAMHO is partnering with the Southwest Fair Housing Council that will be presenting their 3-hour certification course on fair housing as part of AAMHO’s Manager Certification Class.  Attendees will earn both certifications.