This course serves as the 18-hour required education to obtain a Florida Community Association Manager (CAM) license. Students will learn and understand the Florida CAM licensing requirements, CAM responsibilities, and standards of conduct. A Florida CAM license is required when managing an association of more than 10 units and/or has an annual budget in excess of $100,000. Types of properties that hire CAM license holders are mobile home parks, planned unit developments, homeowners association, cooperatives, timeshares, condominiums, or other residential units with authorization to impose a fee that may become a lien on the parcel. Two textbooks and one workbook included ~ plus lunch for both days will be provided. Course topics include: State and federal laws relating to the operation of all types of community associations, Governing documents, as well as state laws relating to corporations and non-profit corporations, Procedures for noticing and conducting community association meetings, Preparation of community association budgets and community association finances, Insurance matters relating to community associations, and Management and maintenance. After completing this class, everything you need to know to obtain your CAM license.