Apr 24, 2014 2014 Annual Conference & Expo
Jun 4, 2014 2014 Manager Designations Breakfast
CAI's Manager Education Program consists of local seminars and national Professional Management Development Program courses designed specifically for the continuing education of community association managers. These programs are especially intended for managers interested in professional development, and those managers who are interested in achieving a CAI professional manager designation or re-certifications.
CAI's Community Association Managers Online Community offers a private online forum to share and learn from other manager members. In the community, you can post questions for other members to answer, seek feedback from other managers on a particular issue you are dealing with in your community, read about upcoming chapter manager programs, and interact with the chapter staff as well as other manager members. Before you join, please review and keep in mind the rules of the road! Upon admission to the community, you agree to the participation guidelines. Admission is by invitation only once the chapter confirms your membership is current. In order to join, you must have a Google+ account.
CAI's chapter manager education is a series of seminars for community association managers who are interested in furthering their education in the management, governance and maintenance of community associations. Attendees receive three continuing education credits for each class. These credits will help satisfy the education requirements to achieve CAI's PCAM designation and to maintain the CMCA certification and AMS designation.
What exactly is hoarding and what are the signs that you may have a hoarder in your community. More importantly, why should you care? Hoarding is often defined as a compulsive activity - the saving of items that appear to have little or no value, and that typically has adverse effects on individuals including emotional, social and physical dangers. The accumulation of clutter can have a very serious and dangerous impact on neighbors, neighboring units and the community as a whole. In addition, in 2013, researchers designated hoarding as a mental disorder and that change impacts how your community should respond to a hoarder. This seminar will provide timely information on how to identify and respond to hoarders in your community.
Scott A. MacNair is a shareholder with the law firm of Clemons Richter & Reiss, PC and is a graduate of the Villanova University School of Law. Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Scott served as an Assistant District Attorney with the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office. In 2004, he was promoted to Chief of Narcotics with the District Attorney’s Office and later was promoted to Senior Deputy District Attorney. Scott handles a variety of legal matters, including municipal law, criminal defense, real estate, zoning and general civil litigation. He now serves as co-counsel to Springfield Township, Haycock Township, Milford Township and Wrightstown Township. In addition, Scott serves as the zoning hearing board solicitor for Richlandtown Borough and East Rockhill Township. Scott primarily practices before the Courts of Common Pleas in Bucks and Montgomery Counties, but is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Ted Middleman currently serves as Zoning Officer/Code Enforcement/Fire Marshal for Wrightstown Township, Bucks County. He has been in the fire service for 27 years and is a life member of the Huntingdon Valley Fire Company in Montgomery County and a member of the Lingohocken Fire Company in Wycombe, Bucks County. He also serves as the Emergency Management Coordinator for the Township and is a member of the Lower Moreland Township Zoning Hearing Board, serving as secretary. Ted holds numerous state and national certifications in building, zoning and fire codes.
This program will be held on April 1 at 8:30 AM at Plymouth Country Club.
Fall Seminars - Save these Dates:
October 7 - Common vs. Private: Who's Responsible and Who Pays?
November 11 - Culture Club: Managing Diverse Communities
CAI's Professional Management Development Program provides the most comprehensive, expert education courses for community managers seeking to increase skills, knowledge, and job opportunities. CAI offers three levels of courses designed to give new managers a knowledge base and experienced managers a deeper understanding of all aspects of association management. Courses are offered throughout the year across the nation.
Upcoming Local and Regional PMDP Classes
Visit our national website for course descriptions and to register for any PMDP course.