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Choose to study online or use our complimentary book to study by correspondence. Learn at your pace, on your schedule.
Register for individual courses or all 20 hours in one Package!
Our 20-Hr CAM Continuing Education Package includes all 5 courses – the new 4 hour Legal Update and our four newest specialty courses. ONLY $149!
2016 - Community Association Manager Online Courses:
|Course Name & Hours||Price||To learn more about each course click
|20-Hr CAM Package
Everything you need to your CAM Continuing Education Requirements for 2016!
|$149||Conducting Association Meetings
4 hours ELE
|$39||Disaster Prevention and Response for Community Associations
4 hours OPP
|$39||Managing Association Funds
4 hours IMF
|$39||Ethics and Effective Communication
4 hours HR
|$39||2016-2015 Legal Update
4 hours legal update
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|Want to complete the correspondence courses?
A complimentary correspondence course book will be mailed to all CAM Licensees at the end of February 2016.
But don’t delay – complete your course online today – it’s easy!
|Ellen Hirsch de Haan, B.A., M. Ed., J.D.|
|Ms. de Haan is a partner with the law firm, Wetherington Hamilton, P.A. She focuses her practice in the area of Community Association Law, representing condominium, cooperative, timeshare, and homeowner associations. She is a past president of both the Foundation for Community Association Research and the National Community Associations Institute (CAI) National, and was a member of the CAI Teaching Faculty from 1994-2012. Currently, she serves on the Board of Advisors to the University of Miami School of Law Institute on Condominium and Cluster Developments. Ms. de Haan has authored numerous works and has received many awards for her contributions in education, training, and service to the community association industry. She continues to lecture at various symposiums and frequently publishes articles relating to community associations.|