Courses & Learning Objectives

There are five courses in the First Nations Housing Professionals Program. After successful completion, students take the National Professional Examination and gain 2 years of practical experience before being presented to the board for certification.  

The National Competency Standards have been used to develop the certification criteria and five courses. The following information outlines each course, the topics for each lesson, and the related learning objectives.

FNHP 100 - First Nations Housing and Infrastructure

FNHP 200 – First Nations Housing Strategy, Policy and Accountability

FNHP 300 - Management of Housing Programs

FNHP 400 - Housing Management Functional Supports

FNHP 500 - Professionalism, Ethics and Critical Skills


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Individuals who have completed courses recognized as equivalent to portions of the certification requirements may qualify for an exemption.  

If you have taken Cégep Garneau, SAIT, or VIU housing courses or you are a CAFM or CAPA through AFOA, you may receive approval for exemptions.

To qualify, you require a 60% pass mark, supported with a transcript. A processing fee of $20.00 per course is required to process requests.






For more information on FNHP courses and course exemptions, contact Kelsey Gagnon, Education Administrator at

If you require financial assistance to pursue your FNHP designation, check out our new sponsorship and upskilling program:

FNHPA Sponsorship Program