PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND HOUSING ENFORCEMENT

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PROPERTY MAINTENANCE AND HOUSING ENFORCEMENT

Online training for regulatory officers, inspectors and compliance agents.

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Online

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No Refunds

About this event

  • 3 hours
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Enforcing the minimum maintenance standards of all properties in a community.

Property Maintenance and Housing Inspection is enforcing the minimum maintenance standards and condition of all properties, buildings and structures in the local jurisdiction, ensuring the structures are safe, sanitary and fit for occupation and use.  This course covers enforcement of minimum maintenance standards for basic utilities, facilities, equipment, light, ventilation, heating, sanitation, and fire safety.  Attendees will develop an understanding of the legal foundation upon which code enforcement rests, and the legal parameters in which they must work.

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ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR - Marcus Kellum

Marcus Kellum is a trainer, consultant and thought leader who works with local governments, private businesses and professional organizations across the country to motivate and train staff (with a specialization in regulatory, compliance, and enforcement officers and inspectors). He spent nearly three decades in public service working with various cities and counties throughout the country and has held positions of code division manager, chief of enforcement and department director. Marcus is nationally certified; he is a preferred educational provider and has a master’s degree in management and public administration. In 2021, Marcus’ company Metric One Training and Consulting won “Best of Gwinnett” in the continuing education category and he has appeared in several periodicals including Georgia Trend, Diversity MBA, Who’s Who in Atlanta and the Atlanta Business Chronicle.