More News on Accredited Community Management (ACM®) Courses

ACM® Course Series Offered to FMHA Members This Summer

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Registrations are starting to come in for the ACM® courses offered by FMHA this summer.  The courses will be offered on the following dates:

July 17 – 20, 2018 – Course 1 – Professional Community Management

August 14 – 16, 2018 – Course 2 – Advanced Community Management

If you are on the fence on whether to invest in the courses (and yourself), here are the course outlines for both Course 1 and Course 2.

 

In ACM® Course 1 – Professional Community Management, you will be covering:

 

Chapter 1            Overview of Property Management

Chapter 2            Setting Community Management Policies

Chapter 3            Understanding Market Issues

Chapter 4            Leasing Homes/Home sites

Chapter 5            Resident Relations and Resident Policies

Chapter 6            Communications

Chapter 7            Rents:  Payments, Collections, Increases

Chapter 8            Maintenance

Chapter 9            Personnel Policies and Procedures

Chapter 10          Federal Laws

 

In ACM® Course 2 – Advanced Community Management, topics you’ll discuss:

 

Chapter 1            The Budget Process

Chapter 2            Analyzing the Community Financially

Chapter 3            Insurance

Chapter 4            Taxes and Assessment

Chapter 5            The Physical Asset

Chapter 6            The Operations Manual

Discussion           From the Course to Real Life

 

Thanks to the Blair Group, the courses will once again be held at Cypress Lakes, 10000 US Hwy. 98 North, Lakeland, FL 33809.

 

If you’ve never taken an ACM® course, you will start with Course 1, followed by Course 2.  After you’ve successfully completed both courses and your project, you can apply for the ACM® designation.

If you’ve previously taken an ACM® course(s), and you want to receive the ACM® designation, you will need to do the following:

  • If you’ve successfully completed ACM® 101, or both ACM® 101 and 201, you’ll need to take Course 2 and complete the in-class project.
  • If you’ve successfully completed ACM® 101, 201 and 301, but have not completed your business plan, you can take Course 2 and complete the in-class project so that you can apply for the ACM® designation.
  • If you’ve completed ACM® 101, 201 and 301, but have not completed your business plan, you can still submit your business plan to MHEI and then apply for the ACM® designation.

For more information, contact Beth at (850) 907-9111 or beth@fmha.org.

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