In 2022, WMCCAI will offer 10 education programs geared towards managers, homeowners and business partners. Community association homeowners and managers join CAI to further their education in community association operations, governance, and management. These programs have been created to further community association learning.


  • Four (4) Webinars
  • Three (3) Education Events
  • One (1) Board Leadership Development Workshop for board members
  • One (1) CMCA Exam Study Group
  • One (1) PCAM Case Study Prep Session


WMCCAI is committed to providing education for community association homeowners and managers. In 2022, WMCCAI will host four webinars.

Board Leadership Development Workshop

The Board Leadership Development Workshop offers a great opportunity for a business partner or management company to get in front of dedicated homeowners and board members. This one-day intensive program provides attendees with comprehensive information about association communications, community building policies and association problem solving skills.

CMCA Exam Study Group


The CMCA Study Group great opportunity for business partners to meet new, emerging, and experienced managers. Property managers will gain valuable information on how to grow professionally and personally within the industry. The program will provide attendees with comprehensive industry information including finance, engineering, communication, and industry needs. One CMCA Exam Study Group session will be offered in 2022.

PCAM Case Study Prep Session

The PCAM Case Study is the last hurdle in achieving CAI’s highest professional credential available to community managers.  It is a culmination of a manager’s education and experience in the industry and will put to the test their knowledge and analytical skills over the course of two days at an existing common interest community selected by CAI.  PCAM candidates should commence the Case Study well prepared.  Knowing which information to focus on and what questions to ask while they have the opportunity during those two days is critical to the successful completion of the Case Study paper. This course will be offered approximately 30 days ahead of the PCAM Case Study in the fall of 2022 and is designed to help PCAM candidates successfully navigate the Case Study and earn their PCAM designation.

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Community Associations Institute estimates that in 1970 there were 10,000 community associations representing 2.1 million residents nationwide. Today, nearly 328,500 association-governed communities house more than 65.7 million Americans; Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., account for approximately 16,600 associations combined.

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