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!
No matter what our economy looks like, there will always be those owners who do not pay their assessments and fall behind. Sometimes they fall behind for legitimate reasons and other times, not so much. But regardless of the reason, associations and their boards have a fiduciary obligation to association members to collect against delinquent … Go to Event
Join us for this two part class! This class will center on in-depth analysis and review of CCIOA, the Nonprofit Act, and other statutes impacting common interest communities in Colorado. We will also focus on the applicability of CCIOA to pre-CCIOA and post-CCIOA communities and the difference in the treatment of both. If this sounds … Go to Event
Given the litigious nature of society, at one point or another we all end up involved in litigation. Oftentimes the litigation is frivolous, but that doesn’t change the fact that associations must defend themselves in court and convince the judges they didn’t do anything wrong. Are you ready to convince a judge? Do you know … Go to Event
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, board need to become familiar with and understand the covenant enforcement process. In this class, we will discuss items such … Go to Event
Boards often ask about banning smoking, hoarding, or other activities inside units believed to be “bad” for their communities. Much of the time, the answer depends on the language contained in their governing documents, but oftentimes there are other factors to consider. For example, it is important to be aware of court cases (whether in … Go to Event