Register Today: eCon Planning Suite Training - March 25, 26, or 27 - Indianapolis, IN


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Register Today: eCon Planning Suite Training - March 25, 26, or 27 - Indianapolis, IN


The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development is pleased to announce the eCon Planning Suite Training. Grantees of the Indianapolis Field Office can register for one of the following one-day sessions to be held at Indianapolis HUD Field Office:
The eCon Planning Suite Training will help grantees learn how to use the eCon Planning Suite to complete the Consolidated and Annual Action Plan. The training also provides guidance on how CPD Maps can inform the plan’s needs assessment and market analysis. Participants will learn how to:
  • Use IDIS to develop a Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan
  • Use CPD Maps to analyze, assess and compare levels of needs in your community
  • Incorporate CPD Maps analysis into the Consolidated Plan
Who Should Attend?
The eCon Planning Suite Training is for grantee staff who participate in the development of the Consolidated Plan. This will be a computer-based training. All participants need an active IDIS ID to participate in the training.
Please do not make travel reservations until you receive a confirmation email.
Location
Indianapolis HUD Field Office
151 N Delaware Street, Ste. 1200
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Training Point of Contact
Brendan Bergin | 240-582-3309 | Brendan.Bergin@Cloudburstgroup.com
To find out more information about upcoming trainings and access materials from previously held trainings, go to OneCPD Training and Events.
 


Registering for the eCon Planning Suite Training
Select the training below and then select Register Now on the right side of the page.
If you have not yet registered for an OneCPD Learn account:
  • Select Create an Account
  • Enter your information on Steps 1 and 2 of the registration page.
  • Select Register
  • You will be brought directly to the course detail page in OneCPD Learn and an email containing your username will be sent to you. Keep this for future use.
  • Select the checkbox next to the class name and location and then select Submit Request
If you have already registered for an OneCPD Learn account:
  • Enter your Username and Password; select Log in
  • If prompted to fill out additional information, please do so, and select Update
  • You will be brought directly to the course detail page in OneCPD Learn
  • Select the checkbox next to the class name and location and then select Submit Request
If you are unsure if you have an OneCPD Learn account:
  • Go to the OneCPD Login page, and enter your email address into the field: Forget Username or Password?
  • If a username for that email address already exists, you will receive an email with a temporary password that you can use to follow the steps above. If not, you’ll receive an error message
Additional Instructions
Additional instructions and screenshots are available in the OneCPD Learn User Guide. After you have successfully registered for OneCPD Learn, you can register for upcoming trainings/webinars.


HUD Releases Free 2012 HUD GIS Tool for Communities on the OneCPD Resource Exchange


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Developing Viable Communities through Housing, Services, & Economic Opportunities

HUD Releases Free 2012 HUD GIS Tool for Communities on the OneCPD Resource Exchange


HUD announces the availability of the 2012 HUD Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Tool for communities on the OneCPD Resource Exchange. This no-cost downloadable software is now available for each state and allows users with only basic computer skills to:
  1. Interact with professional quality GIS data for Continuums of Care (CoCs)
  2. Access pre-compiled statewide project data through a free software product called ArcReader
  3. Explore CoC geocode boundaries and Preliminary Pro Rata Need (PPRN) data
  4. Route planning capabilities
  5. Add and save custom location data
  6. Design and print custom maps
No special software/map skills beyond basic computer skills are required, meaning users can quickly get started working with maps of their communities.