WEBINAR: Mold – Dealing with the Silent Menace

July 31, 2019
10
:00 – 11:00 am
ONLINE

Walls, clothes, books, toys – nothing is sacred when it comes to mold growth. Its seemingly insidious growth can cause a great deal of damage to our prized possessions. But for all its corrupting menace, to what extent should we be worried about mold when it invades our homes or businesses? Please join Greg Gandee of ServiceMaster, NCR for an in depth look at precisely what mold is, what causes it to grow, its health effects and what owners and occupants can do to stop it.
This session is worth (1) one credit hour.
Link will be emailed to registered attendees.

Manager Roundtable: Essential Tools to Navigate Your Community

August 6, 2019
12
:00 – 3:00 pm
Maggiano’s – Tyson’s Corner

2001 International Drive
McLean, VA 22102

Trying to engage your community members in a meaningful and productive way? Do your board members have ideas they want you and your team to take up? Are you having difficulty setting direction? You just finished putting together your strategic plan, now what do you with it?


Join us to learn from an industry expert how comprehensive strategic planning tools can be used to navigate your community in positive and productive directions with key stakeholder groups to improve service delivery and member experiences.

  • Topic 1: Developing a Meaningful Mission Statement
  • Topic 2: Getting Stakeholder Input
  • Topic 3: Knowing the Difference Between Goals & Objectives
  • Topic 4: Operationalizing Your Plan
  • Topic 5: Reporting Accomplishments to Your Board & Community

Lunch will be provided.


Worth 3 Credit Hours.

D.C. Homeowner Education & Legislative Update

August 17, 2019
9
:00 am – 1:00 pm
Potomac Place Condominium

800 4th Street SW
Washington, DC 20024

Experienced managers and attorneys from D.C. will provide training to teach you how to read and interpret your financial documents. The program will provide updates regarding recent legislative action in the city. This session is presented by Community Associations Institute’s DC Legislative Action Committee and CAI’s Washington Metropolitan Chapter. This session is worth four (4) credit hours.
Space is limited! Register today. Refreshments provided.

WEBINAR: Transparency, Respect & Organization

September 5, 2019
10
:00 – 11:00 am
ONLINE

Managers: Are you looking for ways to assist your board members with holding successful Board meetings? Get expert advice from a seasoned manager and an attorney to help your board be more productive and efficient in this interactive session. Learn best practices and legal requirements in setting the agenda, preparing and disseminating management reports, providing meeting notices, holding the meeting itself and preparing and finalizing meeting minutes. Hypothetical scenarios will help to illustrate key points. This session is worth (1) one credit hour. Link will be emailed to registered attendees.
This session is worth (1) one credit hour.
Link will be emailed to registered attendees.

Manager Essentials: CMCA Exam Study Group

September 6, 2019
10
:00 am – 2:00 pm
CAI National Office

6402 Arlington Blvd.
7th Floor
Falls Church, VA 22042

Back By Popular Demand!

The previous CMCA Exam Study Group held in May sold out, leaving many aspiring managers wanting another session scheduled.  Good news – we did it!

Take the fear and anxiety out of taking the CMCA exam. Become familiar with the structure and content of the test in this interactive study session tailor made for managers and administrators pursuing the CMCA designation. Participants will be guided by a panel of professionals representing each of the knowledge areas covered in the exam. This session is not conducted as a lecture, but rather is a unique opportunity for participants to apply what they know in a discussion setting along with their peers and industry professionals.

WEBINAR: How Safe Is Your Building’s Electrical System?

October 18, 2019
10
:00 – 11:00 am
ONLINE

Aging Electrical Systems must be addressed by the Association regardless of who is responsible for the wiring. Associations should plan for the replacement/upgrading of obsolete wiring and electric panels not only for the common areas but the individual units. Wiring and Panels over 30 years old are more susceptible to malfunctioning and are the leading cause of fires. Having a licensed electrician inspect the electrical systems and work with management and the Board to establish a plan for replacement has many benefits for all owners and residents. Join Staci Gelfound, AMS, PCAM, with Association Integrated Management Services, LLC as she walks you through the steps to make sure your building’s electrical system is up to date.
This session is worth (1) one credit hour.
Link will be emailed to registered attendees.

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