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. Educational classes hosted by CAI are among the only vehicles for continuing education credits for the Professional Community Association Manager designation. Most seminars hosted by business partner members do not qualify for PCAM credits.
CAI Education Course Catalog
We're pleased to present a new publication, our CAI Education Course Catalog Winter / Spring 2018 issue. Filled with information on educational programs being presented within the first six months of 2018, this resource is indispensable for our manager and homeowner members or anyone looking to learn more about the effective governance and management of community associations. Click below to view a digital version of the catalog.
Check our webinar schedule for upcoming online educational seminars. These one hour programs include live and pre-recorded on-demand programs which you can view at any time. Each webinar earns 1 continuing education credit for managers.
Manager Symposiums & Regional Programs
CAI hosts two annual Manager Symposiums, which are half day programs consisting of an opening session, breakout sessions and a closing lunch program. Manager earn continuing education credits for attending these symposiums, as well as regional programs hosted by our regional councils in South Jersey, Philadelphia, Central Pennsylvania and the Pocono Mountains area. Check the calendar of events for the next upcoming educational program.
The first Manager Education Symposium for 2018 is scheduled for February 20 in Blue Bell. Click here for full details on speakers and sessions.
Professional Management Development Program
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.
Plan to attend the M205: Risk Management Course on March 22-23, 2018 in Springfield, PA. Click the image below for details and to register. Registration includes free attendance at the chapter Members Only Happy Hour on March 22.
Save the Date for the M100: Essentials of Community Association Management, coming to Valley Forge November 15-17, 2018.
Please note: Attendance at CAI events authorizes CAI to use photographs or video of the event, which may include attendee's images, for CAI's promotional purposes. To opt out, contact the chapter office.