All ‘in-person’ classes remain cancelled for an undetermined time.
Select your online registration form below.
The 2021 Initial Licensing/Certification Class is currently available online. Please download the linked registration form. Upon completion and return to THA, staff will e-mail your confirmation and links for access to the online curriculum. Please view the section below, entitled "More Information on Initial Licensing - Online Modules/Videos (Classes)"
Please note, if you exit out of a module exam prior to completion, your answers will not be saved. You must complete an exam, once you begin.
The 2021 Continuing Education Class is currently available online. Please download the linked registration form. Upon completion and return to THA, staff will e-mail your confirmation and links for access to the online curriculum. You will have an online class exam, so video viewing is essential! You must attain a 75% or better score, to pass.
Please note, if you exit out of the module exam prior to completion, your answers will not be saved. You must complete the exam, once you begin.
Note: 2021 Class fees cover Phase I and Phase II.
Phase I includes links to all statutory educational requirements. These access links are for class reference materials, a series of online narrated instructional modules/videos, as well as content examinations. Upon successful completion of the educational curriculum, a certificate of attendance will be issued.
Phase II of meeting initial licensing statutory requirements will be passing a State issued exam, given by Morris & McDaniel, Inc, which is the contracting proctor firm hired by the State of Tennessee. Once you have successfully completed and passed all online educational modules and reviews, along with a master curriculum exam, the Association will notify Morris & McDaniel you are an approved candidate to schedule an online state exam.
Secretary Marcia L. Fudge is the 18th Secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Throughout her career, Secretary Fudge has worked to help low-income families, seniors, and communities across the country.
Secretary Fudge served as U.S. Representative for the 11th Congressional District of Ohio from 2008 to March 9, 2021. She was a member of several Congressional Caucuses and past Chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. As a Member of Congress, Secretary Fudge earned a reputation of tackling the unique challenges of her district by working with her Congressional delegation and across political ideologies.
In 1999, Secretary Fudge was elected the first female and first African American mayor of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, a position she held for two terms. As mayor of Warrensville Heights, Ohio, she adopted one of the first vacant and abandoned property ordinances in the state. She worked with local officials to develop a taskforce to protect against predatory lending and she secured the inclusion of property maintenance grants in the Warrensville Revitalization Action Plan.
Additionally, she brought new residential development to the city and addressed the city’s growing foreclosure crisis through the formation of a local partnership that helped residents maintain the financial security needed to buy or keep a home. As a former mayor, Secretary Fudge has seen firsthand the need for economic development and affordable housing. She prioritized improving the City’s tax base and expanded opportunities for affordable housing.
Secretary Fudge believes our housing issues do not fit into a one-size-fits-all approach. We need policies and programs that can adapt to meet a community’s unique housing challenges. She is committed to making the dream of homeownership - and the security and wealth creation that comes with it - a reality for more Americans.
Under Secretary Fudge’s leadership, the Department of Housing and Urban Development will work to eradicate the growing homelessness issue, put an end to discriminatory practices in the housing market, and ensure that our fair housing rules are doing what they are supposed to do: opening the door for families who have been systematically locked out for generations to buy homes and have a fair shot at achieving the American dream.
Secretary Fudge’s career in public service began in the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office, rising to the rank of Director of Budget and Finance. She earned her bachelor’s degree in business from The Ohio State University and law degree from the Cleveland State University Cleveland-Marshall School of Law. She is a Past National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and a member of its Greater Cleveland Alumnae Chapter.
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