CAM Continuing Education Overview

Florida CAM Continuing Education Requirements

You Must Complete 15 Classroom Hours of Instruction Each Renewal Period 

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All community association manager licensees must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 15 classroom hours of instruction during each license renewal period.  We offer engaging, informative and competitively-priced courses, all Department approved and ranging from 1.5-hour updates to 15-hour packages.  You have your choice of classroom (click here for schedule) offered across approximately 20 major cities across the state or correspondence courses (click here for options) that you can take at your convenience in the privacy of your own home. 


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Classroom Courses

GSI offers easy and convenient classroom courses in locations throughout Florida.  To view our state-wide schedule of 2019 classroom courses, click below.

• Registration begins at 8 AM
• Class begins at 8:30 AM for the 8 hour course and end at 3:15 PM. The 1.5 hour Update Seminar starts at 3:30 and ends at 4:45.
• Lunch on your own from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
• Enjoy complimentary coffee and/or tea during the morning session

• Certificates are given at the end of class if you have pre-registered.  All others are sent out within a week.
• All reporting is completed to the state within a week of class.
• We conduct classes with great live instructors. Our classes are interactive and set in a casual atmosphere.

• Course manuals are provided when you arrive for class.


Correspondence Courses

These courses are the best in the industry and are available as a mailed hard copy or as an electronic download.  And now, you can take your correspondence course exam ON LINE, with INSTANT FEEDBACK and INSTANT REPORTING! With our easy-to-use, portable correspondence courses, you can meet your continuing education requirements at your convenience…. at home, in the office, or on the road!

Should you have any difficulty finding the course you need, please call Customer Support at (800) 223-5457 and they will be happy to assist you! 

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61E14-4.001 Continuing Education Renewal Requirements.

(1) All community association manager licensees must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 15 hours of continuing education per biennial renewal cycle. Each hour shall consist of 50 minutes of student involvement in approved classroom, correspondence, interactive, distance education or internet courses. No license shall be renewed unless the licensee has completed the required continuing education.
(2) Only continuing education courses approved by the Council shall be valid for purposes of licensee renewal.
(3) The required 15 hours of continuing education shall be comprised of courses approved pursuant to Rule 61E14-4.003, F.A.C., in the following areas:
(a) 3 hours of legal update seminars. The legal update seminars shall consist of instruction regarding changes to Chapters 455, 468, Part VIII, 617, 718, 719, 720, and 721, F.S., and other legislation, case law, and regulations impacting community association management. Licensees shall not be awarded continuing education credit for completing the same legal update seminar more than once even if the seminars were taken during different years.
(b) 3 hours of instruction on insurance and financial management topics relating to community association management.
(c) 3 hours of instruction on the operation of the community association’s physical property.
(d) 3 hours of instruction on human resources topics relating to community association management. Human resources topics include, but are not limited to, disaster preparedness, employee relations, and communications skills for effectively dealing with residents and vendors.
(e) 3 hours of additional instruction in any area described in paragraph (3)(b), (c) or (d) of this rule or in any course or courses directly related to the management or administration of community associations.




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