Part of CAI and WSCAI’s mission is to provide education and educational materials for our members. CAI provides many online and classroom learning opportunities for community managers, homeowner leaders and business partners. Many of these educational programs provide credit toward fulfilling requirements for professional credentials and certifications.
CAI Education Resources and Opportunities
WSCAI Education Resources and Opportunities
WSCAI also provides local members with education that is relevant to common-interest communities in Washington State. Each year, WSCAI offers over 25 educational opportunities from one-hour monthly manager-specific education to full-day events for all members. These opportunities include seminars, workshops, conferences and educational programs, with most leading to professional designations for community managers and other industry professionals.
These educational opportunities include:
- Saturday Seminars
- Board Leadership Development Workshops
- Chapter Luncheons
- Managers Only Meetings (MOMs)
- Law Day
- Made For Managers Day
- Community Associations (CA) Day
Wednesday, November 10, from
3:00 – 4:15 p.m.
This webinar, “Neighbor Disputes & ADR – How to deescalate situations before you have a full blown Hatfields v. McCoys situation at your community!” will discuss dispute resolution tactics and give you time tested methods for deescalating situations.
Part of WSCAI’s Board Members & Homeowners 2021 Webinar Series.
Professional Credentials and CAI Designations
CAI Professional Credentials and Designations are useful if you are a manager, insurance and risk management consultant, reserve provider or attorney wishing to enhance your career. CAI awards qualified professionals and companies with credentials to improve the quality and effectiveness of community management.
In addition, the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) awards the Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA®) certification.