2019 Spring Education is Here!

by Gregory Ann Goldrick, AATC's Director of Career Development

Education Committee Co-Chairs Anita Hord, Pace Realty, and Amy Alvarez, MFI stand alongside AATC's Education Title Sponsor Victor Huhem, Huhem Law Firm, and AATC Credential Title Sponsor Laura Williams, ALN Data

Every year, the AATC Education Committee gets together to come up with an appropriate theme that sums up our career development goals for the year. For 2019, the committee chose Forward Thinking: Education with Purpose.

This 2019 mantra will guide us the entire year, up to and including our 2019 Education Conference taking place on November 19, 2019. The committee feels passionate about this theme and wants you to take courses, not just because you have to, but because you want it to have a purpose in your life. Purpose not only in your personal life but also in your work life. Is everything in your life guided by purpose or just because you are going along with the status-quo? Are you taking classes to better yourself to become a better version of you?

As such, we have conjured up a nice array of courses for you to take advantage over the coming months. Starting with our NAA Credential Programs, we are offering CAPS, CAMT, CAM, CAS, and NALP through the spring. Per usual, we’ll have our standard collection of Pool School, Fair Housing, and Leasing courses offered. We also have many other programs coming so we encourage you to visit our website often so you can stay in the know and focus on Education with Purpose.

Visit https://www.aatcnet.org/course-schedule.htmlfor our entire list of upcoming courses that you can register for. Don’t forget, if your property is a STAR Subscriber, then you can save a great deal of money by sending your staff to AATC Training. To become a STAR Subscriber, visit this link: https://www.aatcnet.org/star-subscription.html

This year, we want you to put skin in the game. Be part of something great and always be Forward Thinking.

For more information, contact Gregory Ann Goldrick at ggoldrick@aatcnet.org or call her at 817-616-0358.