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 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.

Manager Designations Scholarship Program 

CAI'S Manager Designation Scholarship Program (MDSP) is designed to assist community association managers in the Pennsylvania & Delaware Valley Chapter with the ability to meet their educational and professional development goals. The application and eligibility requirements are listed below under Manager Credentials Resources.

We are currently accepting applications for our 2018 Manager Designations Scholarships. For more information or to apply, please click here. The deadline to apply is December 15, 2018. 

CAI thanks the 2017 Scholarship Sponsors: dC Engineering Inspections, The Falcon Group, KPI2, Lemus Construction & Marcus & Hoffman.

Manager Credentials Resources


Check our webinar schedule for upcoming online education. These one hour programs include live and pre-recorded on-demand programs you can view at any time. Each webinar earns 1 continuing education credit and are $25 for chapter manager members; $45 for manager non-members. Not a member? Join today and save on all CAI programs. 


 Managers Legal Roundtables

Join various CAI member law firms at this legal roundtable presentation. Attendees will rotate from each legal roundtable and learn valuable information on various legal topics impacting community associations today. Specific legal topics to be announced.

Speakers & Roundtable Topics

Roundtable 1: Who is watching you in your community?
Security Cameras are the new norm in community Associations.    Are they allowed?  Do they represent an invasion of privacy?  Are there risks and liability for their use by Unit Owners or the Association?  We will look at and discuss this growing issue for Community Associations.
Speaker: Adam G. Marcus, Esq., Marcus & Hoffman

Roundtable 2: Transitioning the New Community from the Developer
Speaker: Carl N. Weiner, Esq., Hamburg, Rubin, Mullin, Maxwell & Lupin

Roundtable 3: Preventing and Addressing Harassment and Abuse of Community Association Managers
Harassment and abuse of the Community Association manager by members of the association may not only result in liability for the association, but also create a difficult and unpleasant working environment for the manager and other employees. This presentation focuses on best practices for associations to prevent abuse and harassment of association managers as well as to address such abuse and harassment when it occurs. Related policies for employee handbooks addressing harassment and abuse of managers and other employees will also be discussed.
Speaker: Katrina M. Homel, Esq., Hill Wallack LLP 

Roundtable 4: Properly Enforcing Rules & Regulations. 
Pools, trash, outdoor elements (architectural control), parking, pets/animals, curtains, outdoor storage, maintenance and playgrounds … all of these examples involve the enforcement of a community’s covenants, restrictions and rules & regulations for the benefit of every member/owner in the community.   In this Roundtable we will discuss the proper enforcement of covenants, restrictions and rules & regulations and the risks that are present when proper enforcement doesn’t happen.
Speaker: Ed Hoffman Jr., Esq., Barrow | Hoffman

Managers receive two hours of continuing education credit. 

When: Monday, September 25, 2017 during CAI's Golf Outing
2:30 PM Registration table opens
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM Program

Attendees are cordially invited to join us at the Golf Outing After Party at 5:00 PM at no additional charge. Includes open bar and dinner.

Where: North Hills Country Club, North Hills Country Club, 99 Station Avenue, Glenside, PA  19038 

Early Bird Registration* (by September 17, 2017):
CAI Members - $40; Non-members $65
Additional fees apply after September 18.

Register online

Non-members - Join CAI and save on the above registration fees!

Sponsors of select programs receive an allotment of complimentary registrations. For more details and to claim your registrations, please contact the chapter office at 610-783-1315, x10 or info@cai-padelval.org

*Early bird registration is a registration made and paid for no later than 7 days in advance of the program. Additional fees apply for registrations made within 7 days of the program. Late registration fee applies within 72 hours of the program. Reservations not cancelled within 24 hours of the program will be billed.

This program generously sponsored by:

Fineman Krekstein & Harris
Hamburg Rubin Mullin Maxwell & Lupin
James M. McFadden, CPA
Marcus & Hoffman 
NPF Property & Casualty 
Shivers Gosnay & Greatrex 

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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.

Upcoming Local and Regional PMDP Classes 

Visit our national website  for course descriptions and to register for any PMDP course.

 

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