Our diverse education and training curriculum supports many community needs through housing workshops, environmental education for the water and wastewater sector, and trainings for small business owners.
We offer many trainings which are designed to support and educate tenants, landlords, potential homebuyers, and homeowners residing in Central Massachusetts.
We assist communities by providing accredited training courses to professionals in the water, wastewater, and community development sectors.
This program is coordinated by our national affiliate, the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP), to offer online education and consulting to support small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs.
The Important Links & Documents to the right contain frequented resources for our Education & Training services. A description of each resource can be found below.
Calendar of Events: View a full list of upcoming classes and register today!
eHome America Online First-Time Homebuyer Course: This self-paced, online version of our First-Time Homebuyer course for Central Massachusetts families is popular among those who wish to take the class in the comfort of their own home. Use coupon code “RCAP” for $25 off!
RCAP Managerial & Financial Hub: This hub contains a collection of good resources related to various managerial and financial drinking water topics from the Rural Community Assistance Partnership (RCAP) and other organizations.
Our workshops are certified by local, state, and federal agencies. For more information about courses in your area of interest, please use the service buttons at the top of this page.
At RCAP Solutions, we strive to improve the quality of life for individuals, families, and the communities in which they live. These testimonials highlight our work and outreach efforts so that others may benefit from our services.
“Working with RCAP Solutions was a game changer during our first-time homebuyer experience! The team walked beside us every step of the way. The staff was incredibly friendly and attentive to our needs.”
“[This training was] very useful for community leaders who manage community or rural systems. There is a lot of information that we did not know. [The information is] important for water management in our aqueducts for the health of the residents of our communities.”
“The information was all tied together in such a way that the entire course was great.”