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Neighborhood Leadership Series Trainings

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Neighborhood Leadership Series Trainings

Leadership is a key factor in creating positive community change, improving quality of life, and facilitating a stronger sense of community. The Neighborhood Leadership Series (NLS) supports current and aspiring community leaders in Longmont with the opportunity to enhance their skills through targeted training sessions.

All classes are free and open to the public. To see the upcoming dates and topics, please see the table below.

When: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Where: All meetings are scheduled to be virtual on the fourth Wednesday of the month.  In-person meetings will be held when public health orders allow group meetings.  Everyone who registers on the website will automatically receive notification of meeting location or log-in information, otherwise it will be posted on the website one week prior to each meeting.

Registration Information

The NLS provides training and skills development for neighborhood leaders and HOA board members. See below for calendar and details:

All topics are tentative and subject to change.

 Date             
 Title/Room
 Topic                 
 Details

Wed., June 24

HOA Training, Virtual

COVID-19: What HOAs need to know


Wed., July 15
Workshop, Virtual
Neighborhood Improvement Program annual proposal workshop

Wed., July 22
HOA Training, Virtual
Collections and Foreclosures

Wed., Aug. 26
HOA Training, Virtual
Transitioning Landscapes
Opportunities for HOAs to conserve water and save money while improving the community.
Wed., Sept. 23
HOA Training, Virtual
Creative Financing for HOA needs
 
Wed., Oct. 28
HOA Training, Virtual
To Be Determined
 
Wed., Dec. 2
HOA Training, Virtual
Legal update and common HOA rules that are actually illegal.(Note that this training is a week later due to the Thanksgiving holiday)
 

 

Feel free to suggest a future topic that would be beneficial to your community or HOA.


Future Trainings and Information

For more information or to receive updates about future trainings and resources for community leaders in Longmont, please contact Wayne Tomac at 303-651-8637. 

Homeowner's Associations may also request to be added to the Longmont HOA contact list to receive information specifically targeted toward HOA needs and opportunities. Please include the name of the HOA, boundaries, primary contact information (board member contact), and management company contact information (optional) in your request.

 

 

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Virtual QPR Class for Suicide Prevention (Question, Persuade, Refer)

  • Date: 05/30/2020 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM  
  • Location: Virtual Training

Looking for a way to help others during this difficult time? You can, by taking a QPR class with Supporting Action for Mental Health. This is a FREE, online class, where you will earn certification as a gatekeeper to support someone who is experiencing suicidal thoughts.

As a QPR-trained Gatekeeper you will learn to:

•    Recognize the warning signs of suicide
•    Know how to offer hope
•    Know how to get help and save a life

With anxiety, depression, loneliness and substance abuse on the rise, you can learn what to do to save a life. After registering for this class, you will be emailed an invitation with a link and pass code to join the class.

The Mission of Supporting Action for Mental Health:
To organize and mobilize the assets and resources in the community to provide members with actionable skills to support mental health resiliency for all residents.

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