The CMCA credential recognizes individuals who have demonstrated the fundamental knowledge required to manage community associations. Credentialing has become a strong focus within the community association management profession. CAMICB's certification program requires CMCAs to take and pass a prerequisite course on community association management prior to taking the certification examination. Once the CMCA has been earned, continuing education is needed to maintain the certification.
CAMICB believes that education and professional development remain a critical component of the CMCA program. As part of this emphasis, a newly established committee reviews applications from companies interested in offering prerequisite and continuing education coursework to community association managers. The process creates a structure that requires senior level community association managers to review proposed continuing education courses to ensure that the coursework offers the appropriate content and level of difficulty for a professional who has earned the CMCA. The committee reviews courses monthly.
More information on becoming a prerequisite course provider.
More information on becoming a continuing education course provider.