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On Demand Library

At the annual training conferences, NAHO makes video recordings of faculty workshops on topics that include evidence, administrative law, credibility, decision writing, and much more. Monthly webinars are also recorded.  You can access this NAHO member benefit for your own professional development and to meet NAHO certification requirements. 

Please consult the NAHO certification page for instructions on counting credits toward certification and limitations on the use of video recordings for certification. 

Written materials for conferences from 2016 to the present are available to members in the "Members" tab.

Webinar Recordings Now Available:

2021-01 Online and In-Person Security Recommendations for Administrative Adjudicators

2021-02 Overcoming Intergenerational Barriers in Administrative Hearings

2021-04 Bench Skills for Adjudicators (M)

2021-05 Organizing and Writing Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Orders (M)

2021-06 Virtual Supervising (E)

2021-07 Ruling on Objections 2021 (M)

2021-08 Implicit Bias (M)

2021-09 Due Process for School Hearing Officials (S)

2021-10 Hearing Challenges (M) **NEW**

2021-11 Judicial Demeanor (M) **NEW**

HERE'S HOW:

1.  Send a Library Loan Request Form to Mary Long at. mary.long@naho.org 

2.  You will receive an invoice from naho.org by email.  Pay the fee by check, credit card or PayPal.

3.  Watch your email for a link to the video.

FEE SCHEDULE

  • Individual On Demand Rentals  - $15 per title
  • On Demand Bundle  - 10 titles for  $100.

LOAN REQUIREMENTS:

  • Duplication or sharing of material without authorization is prohibited.
  • Current NAHO membership is required.
  • Limit of four (4) videos per request.
Contact Information

Mary Long
NAHO On Demand Administrator
mary.long@naho.org 

Video Links are usually sent within 5 days after payment is confirmed.

Current Library Inventory can be found here

Video Listings by Certification Category:

Mandatory Courses

Conducting Hearings

Decision Writing

Due Process in Administrative Hearings

Equity and Inclusion

Ethics

Evidence

History of Administrative Law

Witness/Evidence Credibility

Non-Attorneys - Legal Research

Electives

Specialized Courses



 


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