September 10th Virtual Mini Expo - 2 C.E. Units

Friday, September 10, 2021 - Registration Networking 8:45 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. 

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Managers—2 C.E. Units

Education Seminar - 9 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. - Break 10:01 a.m. - 10:14 - Networking/Raffles 10:15 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. - Education Seminar Continues 11:00 am - 12:00 p.m.

Panel of Expert Speakers:

As we slowly reacclimate to aspects of life which were interrupted, and in some cases, permanently altered by Covid-19, there is no question the pandemic changed the operation and administration of community associations. Some changes may be here to stay.  Others may have caused Boards and managers to rethink how they have traditionally administered their communities.  A panel of industry professionals will be on hand to share their takeaways from the past year, and what to expect in the future as we continue to encounter the remnants of Covid-19.  A panel of experts will address the following topics will include:

1.  Will communities go completely virtual for their annual meetings, or is there a way to effectively implement a hybrid option that will allow residents to attend in person or by remote communication?

2.  What policies adopted during the pandemic should continue, and which policies should be refined or abandoned?

3.   Should communities make changes to their governing documents to prepare for the next public health emergency or national crisis?

4.   What role, if any, should vaccinations play in operating communities?

5.   Should communities anticipate changes in their insurance policies and coverages?

6.   What ways have communication strategies shifted?

7.  How can we protect against exhausted directors, and can communities attract new interest in serving on a Board?

8.   Do we need to rethink coordinating and funding capital improvements projects, especially if material and labor shortages continue?

9.  You should prepare your community for outbursts and take proactive steps to prevent conflict and encourage civility.



Alliance Association Banking

Allied Construction

Makower Abbate Guerra Wegner Vollmer, PLLC

McCredie Insurance Agency


Zolman Restoration

M-206: Financial Management, August 5th & 6th, 12-3 p.m. ET

A live virtual version of the M-260. The class will be offered over two days. You’ll learn the entire budget process, from identifying line items to reconciling accounts to gaining board approval. You’ll also learn how to analyze and report on association finances.

M-310: Management Company Administration, August 26th -27th, 12-3 p.m. ET

This course helps you build the skills and knowledge to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a community association management company. It explains how to apply the principles of organizational theory to set up and operate the business. You’ll also learn how to market services, manage and train staff and develop additional sources of income.

M-204 Community Governance, October 28th - 29th 2-3 p.m. ET

This course covers the legal basis of community rules, policies and procedures. You’ll gain a better understanding of board and management responsibilities and a better grasp of the community association as a legal entity. Learn how to advise and support your board and how to revise policies and procedures to comply with current laws and recommended management practices.

M-205 Risk Management, November 4th & 5th 12-4 p.m. ET

This course shows you how to prepare for your community’s future by identifying insurance risks and addressing critical issues. Learn how to optimize your community’s risk-management program and gain strategies and resources for evaluating property coverage, reporting losses and managing claims