• 01/26/2018
  • 7:30 AM - 6:30 PM
  • Doubletree by Hilton Perimeter Dunwoody 4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd, Atlanta, Georgia 30341


  • Option to choose ONE Morning Session OR ONE Afternoon Session
  • Morning Session
    Afternoon Session

Friday, January 26, 2018
Doubletree by Hilton Perimeter Dunwoody
4386 Chamblee Dunwoody Rd
Atlanta, Georgia 30341

7:30am to 4:30pm
Cocktail Reception to Follow

CAI Manager Members- No Charge!
Future CAI Members
TWO Sessions: $50 - 6 CE hours
ONE Session: $25 - 3 CE hours 


7:00am - 9:00am    Check-in
7:30am - 8:55am    Registration & Continental Breakfast

9:00am - 12:00pm  Morning Session - Choose ONE Session

Morning Session 1: "Embracing Change" - Process Management in the Association World SOLD OUT!

Instructor: Paul D. Grucza, CMCA, AMS, PCAM

Morning Session 2: CAM 201: This Wasn't On the Test!
Instructors: George E. Nowack Jr, Esq. & Jamie Platt Lyons, Esq.

Lunch Buffet

1:30pm-4:30pm      Afternoon Session -  Choose ONE Session
Afternoon Session 1: "I'm On My Own?" Disaster Planning for Associations and Managers
Instructor: Paul D. Grucza, CMCA, AMS, PCAM
Afternoon Session 2: The Real World of Condominiums: Maintenance, Insurance and Repairs
Instructors: Steven M. Winter, Esq. & John Lueder, Esq.

      Cocktail Reception

*Please choose one morning and one afternoon session.  Managers may also choose to attend just the morning session or just the afternoon session. Any changes before January needed prior to January 20, 2018, please notify and email Total CE credits possible for the day is 6 CE Hours (unless attending for one session, 3 CE hours)

Course Descriptions:
"Embracing Change" - Process Management in the Association World
Change is fundamental to our lives. So is chaos. There is good and bad change, there is good and bad chaos. The changes that we encounter in the association world today are in many cases, driven by forces beyond our control and beyond our scope of responsibility - yet they fall into our laps. Process management is a methodology that brings order out of chaos, a rhythm and beat to the daily grind and provides tools to make for more effective management.
"CAM 201: I've got my CAM license, now what?
After a property manager takes the Community Association Manager ("CAM") course, passes the required test and obtains their license, there are many issues which come up in everyday management which are were not addressed in their CAM course. The purpose of this course is to address some of those fundamental issues, and provide managers with the next level of education necessary to successfully manager their associations. This course will address reviewing association governing documents, managing vendor contracts, maintaining preparing financial records for an association and executing membership and board meetings.

"I'm On My Own?" - Disaster Planning for Associations and Managers
Whether it is a hurricane, flood, severe thunderstorm, tornado, earthquake or some other catastrophe, members of community associations and the managers themselves really need to understand that they will be on their own to deal with the aftermath of of one of these events. Associations cannot rely on their managers - they will need to rely on themselves, and managers will need to rely directly on themselves. Natural disasters upset the order of things in terms of how managers react to situations on behalf of their clients and our members are sorely under prepared to deal with these disasters as well. Disaster planning takes the manager on a journey of reality through the types of disasters that can befall a community and the many elemental steps, including an aggressive, current, living emergency services and management plan to help the community through such an issue.
The Real World of Condominiums - Maintenance, Insurance and Repairs
This Course will utilize a case study of a fictional condominium association that is dealing with pervasive water intrusion issues. The case study will include a fact pattern as well as examples of condominium governing documents and applicable statutory or other legal authority. The instructors will demonstrate to participants how to analyze the fact pattern within the case study, review and interpret the condominium's governing documents, apply applicable legal authority to the facts and advise the Association's Board of Directors on the best course of action. The course will address topics such as insurance and deductibles, maintenance, identification of responsibilities for repair and maintenance, reserve studies, special assessments, loans and potential claims against developers or contractors.
*These courses have been approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission for 3 hours/each of Continuing Education credits (CE Credits). All attendees are required to arrive on time and remain in class for the duration of the course in order to receive credit. No partial credit will be given.  Any person taking this same course within the previous calendar year will not receive credit.

No recruiting for employment opportunities for any real estate brokerage firm is allowed in these classes. Report promptly any effort to recruit on behalf of a brokerage firm by anyone to Tina Saadat, School Director at 770-736-7233.

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