CID201 Managing Condominium and Homeowners Associations

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Course Description

This is your comprehensive, one-stop-shop solution to understanding and implementing the essentials of condominium and homeowners association management. From operations to finance to human resources, you’ll get every skill you could possibly need to optimize management of this unique property type, and enhance your reputation in your marketplace.

Register today and get the edge you need in an increasingly competitive industry:

  • Be a People Person. Relationship management is vital to success, and here you’ll get the pertinent information on working with boards, motivating volunteers and employees, and balancing common needs vs. individual rights.
  • Be an Operational Expert. Create a maintenance and risk management plan, get smart at emergency planning, and discover the keys to working with contractors.
  • It’s All About the Money. Master accounting, budgeting, financial reports, reserve studies, special assessments, loans and more.
  • The Inner Workings of Governance. Learn about governing documents, parliamentary procedure, meeting processes, and enforcement issues.

Take this course on its own or together with Ethics for the Real Estate Manager —ETH800 and the ARM Certification Exam —ARMEXM as part of the ARM Track, which fulfills many of the requirements for earning the prestigious ARM certification

Review the learning objectives of this course.

CAM License Update: If you are seeking an IREM course to fulfill the education requirement for obtaining the Illinois CAM license, the course you must register for is Community Association Management - COM201. As of May 2014, the CID201 course does not fulfill the education requirement for the Illinois CAM license.

Classroom: The classroom course is 4 days, including lunch and breaks. Typical course timeframe is 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day. Select a specific offering of the course from the dropdown menu above for exact dates and times. The course exam is taken online and must be completed within 30 days; instructions to access the exam are provided during the course.

Online: The self-paced online course takes approximately 12 hours to complete, followed by the online course exam, which must be completed within one year from the date or registration. 

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