How Do I Re-Instate My Lapsed CMCA?

Sep 1, 2015
 

The Community Association Manager International Certification Board (CAMICB) policy permits a CMCA to reinstate the CMCA credential once during the course of a CMCA's career, subject to the reinstatement policies outlined in the "Reinstatement" portion of the CMCA Handbook, including payment of a $200 reinstatement fee and fulfillment of applicable continuing education requirements.

A CMCA seeking subsequent reinstatement(s) of a lapsed CMCA credential must complete the application for reinstatement and:

Re-take and pass the CMCA exam. Full application fees apply. 
Or: Submit to the CAMICB office proof of completion of 16 hours of continuing education for each year in which the credential was inactive; submit payment of a $105 service fee for each year in which the credential was inactive; and submit payment of a $200 reinstatement fee.

Any CMCA requesting an initial or subsequent reinstatement of the CMCA credential must attest that, during the period in which the credential was inactive, the CMCA:

Has upheld the CMCA Standards of Professional Conduct 
Has not represented himself/herself as an active CMCA

Reinstatement of the CMCA credential is subject to review by the CAMICB Board of Commissioners.

If you have any questions about CMCA reinstatement, please contact Sr. Certification Association, Roland Richardson at rrichardson@camicb.org.

 


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