California Association of Community Managers

Manager Recertification

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CACM’s primary goal is to educate community managers on the latest industry best practices, which is why continuing education is a key component of our certification programs. The business of community management is impacted by changes in the economy and developments in California state law, and the focus of CACM’s courses and events is to prepare managers for the implications of each.

Once you have earned either the Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM®), Community Association Financial Management (CAFM®) or Master of Community Association Management (MCAM®), you begin a three-year recertification period, which requires you to earn a designated number of continuing education units (CEUs). This is your opportunity to pick courses and events that challenge you to exceed your current skill level and surpass your educational goals.

For more information contact Adele Kellick, Credentialing Administrator, at certification@cacm.org.