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In-Person Training

"The NTIs are great! I am provided with the information and tools to perform my job more effectively and efficiently."

NeighborWorks Training Institutes

At NeighborWorks America, we aim to provide the very best training to equip you with the skills you need to do the important work you do.  The NeighborWorks Training Institute (NTI) is a five-day “mobile university,” held four times each year in major U.S. cities. In 2014, we trained people from 3,000 organizations at our NTI events – including professionals who work in organizations that are both large and small; nonprofit, for-profit and governmental; inner-city and rural.
   
Affordable housing that meets community needs
Affordable housing professionals are not looking to build structures for people to inhabit; they want to build homes that people of modest means are proud to live in, thrive in, and which help them become part of a community. This happens not by chance, but by design.

NTIs are very topic- and skill-focused. Participants spend the majority of their time in intensive classes with 10-30 fellow learners. At each NTI, you’re offered a selection of more than 100 courses, a one-day symposium on a pressing topic, free after-course workshops on innovative tools and methods, and abundant peer networking opportunities.
 
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"NeighborWorks is one of the best hands-on, interactive, and professional training that I have ever taken." 

Training in your community

We also provide local/regional place-based training, conducted by request in communities across the country. These training events deliver the same high-quality knowledge- and skill-building that participants enjoy at our training institutes, while allowing organizations to minimize out-of-pocket travel costs, maximize training budgets and learn along-side their community partners.

 
"The Information shared this week will  (assist) hundreds in communities throughout the state. This type of education is a true humanitarian value."
— Place-Based
Training Participant