by Hazel Siff | Mar 31, 2023 | CAI, Education
Pick a beautiful community association. Add one of CAI’s world-renowned community association manager education courses. And mix in valuable in-person networking opportunities colleagues. What do you get? CAI’s reimagined M-340: Managing the Large-Scale Association.
by Guest Author | Oct 12, 2022 | CAI, Community Associations, Education, Events
Mental health issues impact community associations in many ways including deed restriction enforcement, Fair Housing Act violations, and potential liability for negligence. At a time of continuing economic and social unease, how should community association board members and managers resolved community conflict that involves mental illnesses?
by Hazel Siff | Sep 30, 2022 | CAI, Education
Managers who earn CAI’s Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation demonstrate a higher level of commitment to their career and the community association industry. Kimberly Anne Mosey, CMCA, AMS, a community association manager with KC Property Services in Huntington Woods, Mich., recently became the 11,000th person to earn the AMS designation.
by Hazel Siff | Jun 16, 2022 | Advocacy, CAI, Community Associations, Education
While large-scale cyberstrikes are most talked about, community associations should not consider themselves invulnerable. Each community should understand their risks, evaluate cybersecurity protection, and decide whether specialized insurance is worth the cost.
by Guest Author | Dec 16, 2021 | Community Associations, Education
Community managers and board members must have knowledge of community association governance and operations to effectively lead their communities. Pursuing education opportunities is crucial to fulfill this responsibility.
by Amy Repke | Dec 11, 2020 | CAI, COVID-19, Education
CAI’s newly developed virtual Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) Case Study features a pre-recorded video showcasing the property and live interviews with the host community manager, board members, and business partners. Major components of the case study experience remain the same.