Community Association Manager: Florida 15-Hour Community Association Manager Package
129.00
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Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Developing a Comprehensive Maintenance Program 3
    Overview 
    This course focuses on the role of the CAM and Board in operation and maintenance of the physical property. It covers day- to-day operations and long-range goals of maintenance including topics specific to Florida properties. 

    One critical topic for Florida is preventive maintenance to protect against extreme weather conditions, and hurricane damage. 

    Other Florida-specific topics are maintenance issues related to intense heat, sun, humidity, water intrusion, and mold. 
  • Improving Community Association Management Through Technology 3
    This course will look at the pros and cons of using social media to conduct association business and communicate with members. This includes steps to follow in order avoid misuse of technology by the members or Board. It incorporates references from Florida law that require an association website, statutes that regulate association activities that may take place online, and requirements to address a security breach. It does not represent legal advice in any form.

    The benefits of using technology for daily operations of maintenance and financial management will be covered along with the components that can be tailored to meet association management needs.
  • Improving Relationships with the Residents and Volunteer Board 3
    Overview 
    The focus of this course is on the topic of human resources, specifically building productive working relationships with residents, including those who serve on the Board of Directors. The course will explore the role of the CAM according to Florida rules and regulations for living within a community association. Residents have the right to privacy, quiet use and enjoyment of their homes, free of any type of discrimination, and management that is committed to the common goals of the association under Florida law.
  • Legal Updates for Community Association Managers 3
    This course provides students with statutes and administrative rules applicable to community associations and community association managers. Some laws are directly related to condominiums, cooperatives or homeowners’ associations. Others may apply under certain circumstances. Included are laws passed during the 2020 and 2021 legislative sessions and administrative codes adopted in 2020 and 2021.
  • Preparing and Managing Property Damage Claims 3
    This course will cover the Florida Statutes that address the requirements and responsibilities of the association for community insurance coverage. The components of risk management are covered as a strategy to eliminate, reduce, and mitigate the risks of property damage and liability to avoid the need for insurance claims. Examples of common types of loss in Florida associations are addressed along with the corresponding insurance for coverage. The steps needed to prepare a claim, the insurance investigation process, and filing procedures are detailed. Special consideration is given to the types of coverage for damage that may occur from a hurricane. Strategies that can be implemented before and after the storm to support the claim process are included.

Florida 15-Hour Community Association Manager Package

129.00

Included Courses

Courses included in this package. Click on a course to learn more.

  • Developing a Comprehensive Maintenance Program 3
    Overview 
    This course focuses on the role of the CAM and Board in operation and maintenance of the physical property. It covers day- to-day operations and long-range goals of maintenance including topics specific to Florida properties. 

    One critical topic for Florida is preventive maintenance to protect against extreme weather conditions, and hurricane damage. 

    Other Florida-specific topics are maintenance issues related to intense heat, sun, humidity, water intrusion, and mold. 
  • Improving Community Association Management Through Technology 3
    This course will look at the pros and cons of using social media to conduct association business and communicate with members. This includes steps to follow in order avoid misuse of technology by the members or Board. It incorporates references from Florida law that require an association website, statutes that regulate association activities that may take place online, and requirements to address a security breach. It does not represent legal advice in any form.

    The benefits of using technology for daily operations of maintenance and financial management will be covered along with the components that can be tailored to meet association management needs.
  • Improving Relationships with the Residents and Volunteer Board 3
    Overview 
    The focus of this course is on the topic of human resources, specifically building productive working relationships with residents, including those who serve on the Board of Directors. The course will explore the role of the CAM according to Florida rules and regulations for living within a community association. Residents have the right to privacy, quiet use and enjoyment of their homes, free of any type of discrimination, and management that is committed to the common goals of the association under Florida law.
  • Legal Updates for Community Association Managers 3
    This course provides students with statutes and administrative rules applicable to community associations and community association managers. Some laws are directly related to condominiums, cooperatives or homeowners’ associations. Others may apply under certain circumstances. Included are laws passed during the 2020 and 2021 legislative sessions and administrative codes adopted in 2020 and 2021.
  • Preparing and Managing Property Damage Claims 3
    This course will cover the Florida Statutes that address the requirements and responsibilities of the association for community insurance coverage. The components of risk management are covered as a strategy to eliminate, reduce, and mitigate the risks of property damage and liability to avoid the need for insurance claims. Examples of common types of loss in Florida associations are addressed along with the corresponding insurance for coverage. The steps needed to prepare a claim, the insurance investigation process, and filing procedures are detailed. Special consideration is given to the types of coverage for damage that may occur from a hurricane. Strategies that can be implemented before and after the storm to support the claim process are included.