California Association of Community Managers

2017 Courses

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CACM offers more than 25 courses geared to every stage of development in your professional community management career.

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Start with 100 level courses to earn the Certified Community Association Manager (CCAM) certification.

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Maintain your CCAM certification by taking 200 and 300 level courses.

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Work toward a Specialty Certificate with 400 level courses.

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Earn the ultimate professional designation available for California community managers, the Master of Community Association Management (MCAM) certification, with 500 level courses.

Click on the course name below to see details, including course objectives, length, number of CEUs, registration fee and more.

Find exactly what course you are looking for with our links on the right.