WEBINAR | Water Intrusion – What Do We Do Now?

April 24, 2019
10:00 – 11:00 am
ONLINE

How much is water damage costing you?  Water intrusions are frequent, sometimes catastrophic, and usually costly events. Learning how to effectively manage these often complicated situations can save your association significant time, money and angst. Please join Sami Satouri, RHU, ChHC, Quest Insurance, Chris Corbett, CIC, Quest Insurance, Theresa Melson, PCAM, USI Insurance Services, LLC and Bruce Easmunt, Esq., Chadwick, Washington, Moriarty, Elmore & Bunn, PC as they take you through a step by step process that addresses the insurance and legal implications of various types of water intrusions.
This session is worth (1) one credit hour.
Link will be emailed to registered attendees.

Board Leadership Development Workshop

April 27, 2019
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Villages of Urbana
9228 Shafers Mill Drive
Frederick, MD 21704

Congratulations – you’ve been elected to your association’s Board of Directors! Learn about how to be fair and effective in your role as a leader in your community. Know your duties and responsibilities in managing operations and maintaining assets.  Learn how to hire the right management staff and service providers, establish sensible and enforceable policies, interpret the governing documents and communicate with your membership. The Board Leadership Development Workshop takes a comprehensive look at what it takes for Board members to work collaboratively and productively to build a sense of community in an association while keeping an eye on the future with a strategic plan for strong governance and financial stability.
This session is worth (7) seven credit hours.
Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Manager Essentials: CMCA Exam Study Group

May 7, 2019
12
:00 – 3:00 pm
Chapter Office

7600 Leesburg Pike
Suite 100 West
Falls Church, VA 22043

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.
Lunch is provided!

Best Practices Roundtable: Board Dynamics

May 22, 2019
10
:00 am – 12:00 pm
Chapter Office

7600 Leesburg Pike
Suite 100 West
Falls Church, VA 22043

Dynamics is defined as “forces or processes that produce change inside a group”. A board of directors is a constantly moving target and working effectively with one can be a challenging endeavor. Are you managing your board or is your board managing you? Please join industry professionals for a round table discussion of various aspects of the dynamics that occur in the relationship between managers and Board members.
Light refreshments will be served.
Worth 2 Credit Hours.

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

May 29, 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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