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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​CAI webinars offer professional training without leaving your home or office. Conducted online, these programs are hosted by industry experts to keep you up-t​o-date on legislative activity, management trends, industry best practices, and subjects of interest for community managers and homeowners. More than 450 on-demand webinars are available and new live webinars are added every month. Continuing education credit for management credentials is available.​

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NEW! Live Webinars 

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Practical Hiring Strategies: Recruiting and Retaining Community Managers in a Competitive Job Market​

Wednesday October 27, 2​3 p.m. ET  ​
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The demand for professional community association management has never been higher, and it will continue to grow as more community associations are developed every year. Unfortunately, not enough individuals are entering the profession, and filling open positions is becoming a challenge. In a competitive job market, management companies and community association boards need to work harder than ever before to locate, hire, and retain managers while supporting their professional growth. 

Examine hiring trends with the newest report from the Foundation for Community Association Research. Explore programs that can help your company or community recruit new talent. Learn new strategies for developing promising professionals into community managers. Discover how to carve out new roles for managers in an increasingly virtual workplace.​

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Presenters:
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Mark D. Jones, AMS, PCAM, has over 37 years of experience managing common interest developments. He is the founding owner of the Avalon Management Group, AAMC, in Canyon Lake, Calif., founding member of the California Association of Community Managers, founding member of the Innovia Community Management Cooperative, and currently serves on the Foundation for Community Association Research board. Mark is a past president of the CAI Greater Inland Empire Chapter and a member of its "Hall of Fame" for outstanding service to the industry. 
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Denise R. Haas, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, is CEO of 5150 Community Management in Englewood, Colo. She is a past president of the CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter. Denise has been in community management for 17 years. She previously worked at a real estate development company in their legal and construction departments before moving to a construction company to manage their marketing.​
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Melanie Peck, CMCA, is director of operations at TMMC Property Management in Castle Rock, Colo. She is the 2021 president of the CAI Rocky Mountain Ch​apter. Melanie has worked in accounting for more than 16 years and more than 14 years in operations management. She serves as a board member of her own homeowners association. 

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On-Demand Webinars​​​​​

>>An Ounce of Prevention: How to Prepare Your Association for the Rise in Fair Housing and COVID-19 Liability Claims

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Free Covid-19 Q&A Sessions

CAI and fellows of the College of Community Association Lawyers (CCAL) held a series of live Q&A presentations about the issues facing community associations due to Coronavirus pandemic.

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