Digital Learning


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Tune in to CAI's Lunchbox Learning online educational seminars for homeowner leaders and community association managers. Have lunch while learning at your desk!  Click here for the library of on demand digital learning programs. You can view these programs from the comfort of your office or home. Managers receive continuing education credit for these programs.Lunchbox_Learning


Under the Coverage: Insurance Policies Q&A

Community association managers and board members are often presented with multiple insurance options from brokers.  This session will focus on the key elements of those proposals, harmful exclusions, frequently asked questions from other board members / homeowners, and the questions that both management and boards should be asking the insurance professionals to properly protect the association.

Time will also be set aside during the webinar for your questions.

Brendan Whelan, Smith Insurance Associates

Wednesday, August 19, 2020, 12:30 to 1:30 PM

$35 for CAI members; $50 non-members


This course is approved by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) to fulfill continuing education requirements for the CMCA® certification.  This course will earn managers  (1) continuing education credit hours, which also help satisfy the requirements to apply for the PCAM designation. 

On Demand Digital Learning

The digital learning programs below are available for viewing at your convenience. Once you complete the registration process, you will have 60 days access to the online program. Managers receive continuing education credit for each program. Once you have viewed the digital learning program and completed the survey, you will see instructions on how to receive your continuing education credit and certificate.

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Click here to Visit the Online Store to register for these on demand programs

  • Bids & Contracts: How to find the Right Professional
  • Budgeting for Associations
  • Board Member Ethics & Conflicts of Interest   
  • Choosing Legal Counsel & Other Professionals
  • Coronavirus Q&A: A Legal Perspective
  • Creating a Board Orientation Program
  • Critical Elements of the Resale Disclosure Process 
  • Cyber Slip & Falls: Community Associations and Cyber Exposures
  • Dos & Don'ts of Due Process: Ways to Strengthen Your Internal Enforcement Proceedings 
  • Elements of Contract Review
  • Ethics in Collections & Bankruptcy
  • Exterior Maintenance: Assessing, Planning, Executing
  • Fiduciary Duty: Obligations of Community Association Volunteers
  • Getting to Yes Before Getting the Subpoena: Obligations of Community Association Volunteers
  • Get It Together: The Logistics of Project Management
  • Go Green to Save Green
  • Interpreting Your Reserve Study and How to Fund It
  • Knowledge is Power: Periodic Facade Maintenance
  • Property & Association Insurance: The Basics
  • Rules of Order for Association Meetings
  • Rules Enforcement in the Community Association
  • Reducing Tree Damage & Liability from Storms
  • The Role of the Association Board vs. The Role of the Manager
  • Top Ten Issues for Delaware Community Associations
  • Stop Thief: How to Detect & Prevent the Theft of Association Funds 
  • Understanding Bankruptcy and It's Impact on Your Community Association
  • Understanding Financial Statements
  • Where it All Began: A Short Course on the Land Development Process
  • Zombie Units & Mortgages: Addressing Abandoned Properties