Certified Apartment Manager Designation (CAM)
The onsite manager is a vital link between apartment residents and the community owners and investors. Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) includes:
- Management of Residential Issues
- Legal Responsibilities
- Human Resource Management
- Fair Housing
- Property Maintenance for Managers
- Risk Management
- Financial Management
- Research, Analysis and Evaluation
- Six Franklin Covey Insights on Demand Online Courses
CAM candidates must complete the following requirements to obtain the CAM designation:
- Worked in the apartment industry for at least 12 months;
- Successfully completed CAM coursework (which total 56 ½ hours)
- Meet all examination requirements within 12 months of declaring candidacy for CAM
About the CAM Exam
The CAM exam is two parts with a total time of four hours.
- Part One: 115 questions timed for two hours.
- Part Two: 75 questions timed for two hours.
Maintaining your CAM Designation
The CAM designation requires annual renewal. Submission of both annual CAM dues of $100 and documentation of six hours of continuing should be submitted to complete the annual CAM renewal. Submission of continuing education is not required for the first renewal.