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What is AASC University?

AASC University is an online system that provides professional development courses for service coordinators and affordable housing professionals. The course videos are available on demand, so you can complete them on your time. Start a course and come back to it later, or complete several videos in one sitting. It's learning on your schedule.

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About SC101

SC101: The Fundamentals of Service Coordination is a six-course series available within the AASC University system that provides an introduction for new service coordinators as well as a refresher for experienced coordinators. Created by industry experts, the series was originally designed to meet HUD training requirements for service coordinators working in subsidized housing for older adults. The new curriculum has been revised to be applicable to service coordinators who work with all demographics of tenants in subsidized affordable housing communities.

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For immediate access to courses, payment must be made online through AASC University using a credit card. Please contact us at info@servicecoordinator.org for information on other payment options.

  • SC101: Fundamentals of Service Coordination, six-course series = $150
  • SC101 individual courses = $30 each
  • Medicare Fraud and Efforts to Combat It, developed by Ohio Senior Medicare Patrol = Free!
    (Please note that no training contact hours are available for the Medicare Fraud course.)


HUD Training Requirements

All of the courses in the SC101 series are HUD-allowable expenses and meet HUD training requirements in the following areas:

  1. The Role of the Service Coordinator
    Core: The Professional Service Coordinator; Optional: The Role of the Service Coordinator

  2. Ethical Considerations for Service Coordinators
    Statutory/Core: Legal Liability Issues Relating to Providing Service Coordination; Optional: Ethics/Confidentiality

  3. Service Coordinator Documentation Standards and Best Practices
    Optional: Recordkeeping and Reporting

  4. Developing a Resource Network
    Core: Community Relations; Optional: Networking

  5. Service Coordinator Relationships
    Core: Community Relations; Optional: Working with Management Agents

  6. Measuring Program Outcomes
    Core: The Professional Service Coordinator; Optional: Monitoring and Evaluating Services, Effectiveness, Adequacy and Need for Changes