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Organizations or individuals who have demonstrated the ability to design, implement, and evaluate continuing education programs for community association managers may submit the Continuing Education Course Provider Application to become a CAMICB approved education provider.  Continuing education courses must relate to community association operations or management and contribute to the professional development of the CMCA. Courses related to buying and selling real estate are not acceptable. Examples of topics include:

  • Accounting and Business Practices
  • Budgets, Reserves, Investments, and Assessments
  • Community Governance
  • Community Leadership
  • Contracting
  • Ethics
  • Legal Issues
  • Meetings
  • Property Maintenance
  • Risk Management and Insurance

Requirements for Approval

Providers offering virtual or electronic courses, such as webinars, must provide proof that their delivery platform will track student participation. Community association management company in-house training material must be reviewed and approved by the CAMICB Continuing Education Review Committee. Only one half or eight (8) continuing education credits may be obtained through pre-approved in-house training courses.

Coursework which meets the standard criteria may be submitted for review and approval to CAMICB. If proposed coursework is judged to meet the criteria set forth, it will be approved for a two-year cycle. Coursework which has been previously approved by CAMICB, may be re-submitted for staff approval in consecutive years, if the coursework has not been altered between years.

The CAMICB Continuing Education Review Committee meets monthly to review and approve coursework.  Individuals or groups interested in becoming an approved provider must complete and submit the Continuing Education Course Provider Application for approval. Retroactive credit is not given. 

Within 45 days of an approved program administration, providers are responsible for submitting an Excel file Attendance Roster to info@camicb.org as well as issuing Certificates of Attendance to students upon successful completion of the program. Course providers are not responsible for maintaining a long-term record of each credential holder's completed education. Credential holders are solely responsible for recording their continuing education. As part of the CMCA renewal process, credential holders must report their completed continuing education to CAMICB and maintain a record of their certificates of completion in the event they are selected for an audit.​

2024 Application Deadline Dates
January 9
February 13
March 12
April 9
May 14
June 11
July 9
August 13
September 10
October 8
November 12
December 10