Education & Events

AASC provides a variety of educational programs and events to assist service coordinators in meeting their training requirements and dealing with questions and challenges that arise on the job. Click the links below to view more details on education and events.


Training Requirements for Service Coordinators

First-year service coordinators serving the elderly/disabled at HUD properties must obtain at least 36 hours of training their first year on the job. AASC provides resources to help new service coordinators understand these requirements.


AASC webinars provide frequent opportunities to obtain training contact hours and are conveniently delivered online, so you can participate from anywhere with an internet connection.


National Service Coordinator Conference and Spring Symposium

AASC's annual conference and symposium provide quality training and opportunities for you to:

  • Connect with other service coordinators and affordable housing professionals
  • Develop through in-person training from experts across the industry on a variety of topics
  • Evolve professionally by learning about issues that impact you and how to turn your knowledge into action


AASC University

AASC University is an online system that provides professional development video courses online, on demand. SC101: The Fundamentals of Service Coordination is a six-course series within AASC University that provides an introduction to the profession for new service coordinators and can serve as a refresher for experienced service coordinators.

Professional Service Coordinator (PSC) Program

We partner with The Ohio State University Office of Geriatrics and Interprofessional Aging Studies to offer the PSC program. This professional certification is web-based, allowing you to complete the 12 required modules on your time.


Other Training Opportunities

Our partners at The Ohio State University provide additional training in geriatrics and aging studies, including the SAGE, SUNSET and Topics in Gerontology programs.