PreLicensure Classroom Courses through Zoom 2020


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Florida Cam 16 Hour Prelicensure Webinar Class

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GSI offers the 16 hour (2 day) Florida CAM Prelicensure course as both a correspondence course AND a Zoom Classroom Course. Included in your purchase of this course is our Florida CAM State Exam Online Review, a valuable “refresher” that almost guarantees that you pass your State Exam! Remember, it’s free with your purchase of this course.

Other questions about the Florida Community Association Manager license, exam and state process? Visit the Florida Department of Professional Regulations at www.myfloridalicense.com

Enrollment Questions? GSI • 800.223.5457

The Ultimate Course for Preparation of the
Florida Community Association Manager Exam

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We’re glad to announce that the webinar “Passing the Florida Community Association Manager’s State Exam” will take place on September 26-27, October 10-11, October 24-25 Plus more dates. Beginning at 8:30 AM-5.00 PM at YOUR PLACE.
Covid-19 won’t stop us from coming to you; for your safety and ours, we will meet you online.

Florida CAM Prelicensure ZOOM Class Schedule 

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Materials included at your registration:

We will mail or download you the course manual, practice exams, highlighter, and study sheets.
We will immediately enroll you in The CAM Review so that you are prepped for the LIVE Seminar starting at 8:30 AM through 5:30 AM on July 11-12 with Fred and Diana. We will send you a link to join our meeting; the “waiting room” will be available from 8 AM until class starts promptly at 8:30 AM.

What you will need to view the live seminar:

A computer with audio and video, or a tablet or smartphone because they have audio and video.

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Florida CAM Prelicensure ZOOM Class Schedule
No Charge for Review Students!

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Community Association Manager Exam
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As one of the leading providers of Florida CAM Prelicensure Course, we are here to help you successfully pass the community association manager exam. With 24 years of experience in the field, GSI has the knowledge to assist you in your journey to become a community association manager.

Florida CAM License State Exam Online Review
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You’ve heard of practice tests and flash cards…these, while somewhat helpful, can quickly become “dated” and more than likely do not reflect the latest changes and updates to Florida statutes and codes. GSI makes sure the Online Review material is always current and contains the latest changes in the laws and rules.
The online review is just $99 (FREE to those who have taken a GSI Prelicensure Course) and allows you to use the Review for 90 days. Please note that this Online Review does not satisfy the requirement for the 16 hour prelicensure course and a certificate of attendance will not be issued for those taking this Online Review. This certificate of attendance for the required 16 hour prelicensure course is available only through our prelicensure classroom (Zoom) or correspondence courses.
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Know your Instructors
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Fred Gray

Fred Gray is President of Gray Systems, Incorporated which was formed in 1986. The company is a provider of continuing education programs for the community association management profession and licensed contractors in the state of Florida. Fred has written and produced scores of educational programs for several professions and is recognized as the authority on community association management education in the state of Florida. Prior to joining his own company in 1988, he served as the chief executive officer of the largest real estate education provider in the state of Florida.

 

Diana Zayas-Bazan

Diana is an instructor and facilitator for Gray Systems, Inc. As a recognized expert in the community association management industry, she has offered community association manager education programs throughout Florida. She is a licensed community association manager and an election monitor with the Office of the Condominium Ombudsman. She owned her own business from 1999 through 2005 and worked with the law firm Becker and Poliakoff from September 2005 through September 2017 in various support and management positions for community association management.