Manager Education

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 

CAMICB_LOGO_golddesignation or re-certifications. All chapter hosted programs are pre-approved by CAMICB for continuing education credits for re-certification of the CMCA, AMS and PCAM designations. Most seminars hosted by business partner members do not qualify for education credits.

CAI Education Course Catalogue

View CAI's Education Course Catalogue Summer / Autumn 2021 issue, with details on educational programs being presented from July to December 2021. 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 catalogue.  



CAI_Webinars_Pointer_LogoCheck our webinar schedule for online educational seminars. These one hour sessions 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 semi-annual Manager Symposiums - half day programs consisting of an opening session, breakout sessions and a closing lunch program. Managers earn continuing education credits for attending these symposiums, as well as 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 program.

Requirements to earn Continuing Education Credit at chapter-sponsored programs

Chapter educational programs are routinely submitted to the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) for approval for continuing education credit. One hour of education equates to one hour of continuing education credit.

In order to earn the credit attached to a chapter education program, a manager must:

  • Register for the continuing education program.
  • Attend the entire program. Managers who arrive late or leave early will not be awarded full credit for the program in question.
  • If sign in sheets are being utilized, managers must sign in and sign out of the program for attendance tracking purposes.
  • For live and on-demand webinar programs, managers must complete the online course, complete the survey, and submit to receive your certificate of attendance.

Questions about continuing education credits can be directed any CAI staff member.