California Association of Community Managers

CMM230 Ethics for Re-certification

 
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Integrity is the number one quality employers and clients value. During this interactive course, a variety of scenarios that demonstrate the official rules of conduct for community managers will be discussed. Participants will review CACM’s Code of Professional Ethics and Standards of Practice and gain an understanding of ethics complaints, disciplinary actions, and the appeals procedures. All of the same type of elements that appear in the classroom-based course, but developed with your busy schedule in mind—you can complete the course in one sitting…or in many.

Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of the four (4) course modules, you will be able to

  • Understand the relationship between ethics and values

  • Outline what ethical responsibility looks like

  • Integrate the concepts of morals, values, and ethics

  • Explore ethics in community management

  • List ways to apply ethics to everything you do


Who Should Take This Course?


Prerequisites:

  • Must hold a valid CCAM or CAFM certification or an MCAM designation

  • Must have completed the Basic Ethics course (a requirement for the initial certification)


Continuing Education Units (CEUs):

  •  CCAMs, CAFMs, or MCAMs who successfully complete the course and exam earn 4 CEUs

Course Length:   4 hours

Course Fee:   Member  $169     Non-Member  $209


Schedule: 
Entirely self-paced and on-demand through the CACM EduCenter.  Once registered, you will recieve a confirmation email with instructions. You can go online immediately to take the course and exam.  Note: Please reference the time cut-off restrictions regarding course and exam completion. This information will be in your registration email confirmation and in your EduCenter portal.

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Please Note: Change on the horizon. CACM is raising the level of professionalism.

Certified manager members are no longer required to take basic Ethics twice. As of May 1, 2018, the Ethics for Community Managers CMM130 (live course) that you originally took in order to become certified is no longer an option in order to recertify. It may only be taken by those becoming certified for the first time.

You have two Ethics options to recertify:

  1. Advanced Ethics: Leadership & Decision Making LDR500 ($149) - Live course & no exam
  2. Online Ethics for Recertification CMM230 ($169) - Online course & requires the online exam to be taken within 14 days of registration date.

 

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