California Association of Community Managers
Student Testimonial

  The course itself is amazing and the instructors that teach various classes throughout this course are the greatest. They shared their best knowledge, examples and stories that will help me at my future job.

The fact that you actually have a tour of the high rise building and its manager tells you everything she knows is the most incredible part.

Ekaterina Strulyov, CCAM

SPC400 High Rise Community Mgmt.

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This two and a half day course is designed to increase your depth and breadth of knowledge when managing a high rise association. Course content focuses on people and personnel; property protection; mechanical systems; fire and life safety; regulatory considerations; legal issues; and finance. The course addresses many best practices of industry professionals and provides a CD of resource materials. Attendees will also participate in a high rise site tour.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Articulate the key roles and responsibilities of a high rise manager

  • Discuss the various mechanical systems and key features of each

  • Identify key elements of third-party maintenance contracts

  • Improve knowledge of how to work successfully with personnel, external agencies and service providers

  • Execute a plan of action to improve safety and emergency processes

  • Understand critical elements of security and surveillance

  • Identify approaches for maintaining compliance with regulatory agencies

  • Create an action plan to identify and resolve risks and exposures in the governing documents

  • Become more proficient in reviewing and assessing the requirements in a reserve and operating budget for high rise items

  • Design a strategy to work with local agencies to support future safety, emergency, regulatory and goodwill interactions

  • Determine steps to create a more comprehensive training and development schedule for staff and service providers

Who Should Take This Course?

  • Management company executives who supervise high rise managers

  • Experienced portfolio and large scale managers who want to expand their skills and career opportunities

Prerequisites:   None

Continuing Education Units (CEUs):   16

Course Length:   19.5 hours

Course Fee (includes lunch on day 2 &3):   Member  $495     Non-Member  $715



 April 25, 2018 -
 April 27, 2018

 1:00 - 4:30 pm

 San Bruno

Don’t see an offering near you?  You can join a wait list to bring this course to your area through CACM’s Request a Course program.


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