Have questions? CAMICB staff are working remotely in accordance with the recommendations of health professionals, municipal, state and federal governments. Please email all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are working diligently to answer all incoming correspondence. Staff does not have access to the general phone system.
Recertification is an ongoing process designed to promote and demonstrate continued competency in the community association management profession. This competency can be demonstrated through participation in continuing education in the field of community association management by participation in at least 16 hours of continuing education coursework every two years.
Recertification also provides the opportunity for you to reaffirm your commitment to the
CMCA Standards of Professional Conduct to your community associations, your employers, your peers and the millions of people living in community associations.
Recertification allows professional managers to distinguish themselves as an accomplished professional com mitted to development of your skills and knowledge.
As a CMCA you can continue to enhance your marketability, show your dedication to your profession, and provide top-notch guidance to your associations by continuing your education and maintaining your certification.
CMCAs are responsible for monitoring continuing education status and maintaining the necessary records to substantiate satisfactory compliance with the recertification program.
Email communications from CAMICB regarding your CMCA credential -- renewal, recertification, and so forth -- will always come from email@example.com;or directly from a CAMICB staff member with an “@camicb.org" email address. Links provided to renew or recertify your credential will take you directly to the official CAMICB website, www.camicb.org, or to the payment portal, eweb.camicb.org. If you receive a suspicious email regarding your CMCA credential, we encourage you not to open the email. We strongly encourage you to immediately notify your IT personnel if you open a suspicious email and click on a link. Questions regarding the status of your CMCA credential may be directed to