From its inception in 1988, this firm has placed great importance and emphasis on education. It has always been our philosophy that education in the community association industry is imperative to the success of associations, board members, and managers alike. For this reason we have, and continue to, dedicate a great deal of resources to researching, developing, and creating first class educational programs.
Our programs include monthly “lunch forums”, webinars, and full-day classes, allowing managers to earn credits for their CAI designations. We are now offering continuing education credits toward Colorado Real Estate licenses for our full-day classes as well. Our lunch forums and full-day classes come in all sorts of styles and formats, including but not limited to lectures, interactive formats, and game show formatted presentations in our onsite classroom. We are also happy to present our programs at other locations as may be requested by boards and managers.
For those individuals who cannot make it to our office for lunch forums or full-day classes, we also offer internet-based education by way of webinars, which are also offered on a monthly basis. You never have to leave your office or home to participate in a webinar, and it’s during the lunch hour!
We also offer classes specifically created for board members that focus on the directors’ rights, obligations, duties, and powers. These classes are offered six times a year from 5:30pm to 7:30pm to accommodate work schedules. We also partner with several Colorado cities to present educational workshops geared towards board and volunteer leadership.
Therefore, no matter who you are, or what your style of learning is, there’s an educational program that’s right for you!
Associations oftentimes reach out to legal counsel and inquire about enforcing violations only to be told that they don’t have enough documentation to evidence the violation. So what kind of documentation is needed to prove various violations and how do you get it? In this session we will examine the difference between proving a failure … Go to Event
Many owners volunteer to serve on their association boards to give back to the community and contribute to a community’s success. However, what many board members don’t realize at first is that they have many duties and obligations once they are elected to the board. Some of these duties and obligations are contained in the … Go to Event
Longmont City Class – No matter how much a board tries to obtain “voluntary compliance” with the association’s governing documents, there still seems to be at least one person in the crowd that refuses to comply. For this reason, the board needs to become familiar with and understand the covenant enforcement process. In this class, … Go to Event
Dysfunctional family dinners, over-the-top holiday decorations, and snow removal complaints! What can possibly go wrong during the holiday season? In this class we will look at various problems associations face during the winter holiday season and discuss best practices for addressing such problems and keeping them from repeating themselves in future years. This class is … Go to Event
It’s been a while since we looked at various statutory provisions in Colorado and federally prohibiting associations from banning certain items in their communities. With recent changes the law and addition of another non-bannable item, it is time to revisit these provisions and refresh our memory. This class is approved for 1 hour of CMCA … Go to Event