CAM Education with a mountain focus!
Millennials (Part 1)
Working with Millennial Board Members
12:30 - Lunch
Fair Housing for Community Association Professionals
Meetings (Laws and Tactics) for Community Association Professionals
To Be Determined
*4 hours of continuing education credits offered*
This program would not be possible without the support of our sponsors:
This program would not be possible without the support of our sponsor:
Mutual of Omaha Bank
2019 Annual Education Summit
Eight Continuing Education Credits - One Day!
General Topics: To Be Determined
7:30-8:30am Class #1
8:30-9:30am Class #2
9:30-9:45am Morning Break
9:45-10:45am Class #3
10:45-11:45am Class #4
12:15-1:15pm Class #5
1:15-2:15pm Class #6
2:15-2:30pm Afternoon Break
2:30-3:30pm Class #7
3:30-4:30pm Class #8
Class topics include: Unity in the Community; Working with Millennial Board Members; Impacts of New Development on Existing Associations; Declaration Amendments; Bankrupt and Foreclosed; Transitioning Boards; Reserve Studies, Advanced; and more!
This event would not be possible without the support of our sponsors:
Community Manager Member Forum
Community managers are the professional backbone of the communities they serve, providing the skills and expertise that are essential to the successful management of community associations. As a chapter, we want to hear from our manager members! We want to know how things are going and how CAI-RMC can help you to further succeed.
This event is held for manager members of CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter. The goal of the event is to collaborate as a team with other industry professionals, to discuss what's working and what could be improved in terms of chapter initiatives.
Please be prepared to come with suggestions and helpful commentary. This is your opportunity to voice your opinion. Lunch is provided for free with the support of our sponsors:
The Colorado Edition of the M-100 has been approved by the Colorado Division of Real Estate as a 24-hour qualifying course. Learn more about manager licensing in Colorado.
Successful community management starts with the essentials! This comprehensive community association management course provides a practical overview for new managers, an essential review for veteran managers and an advanced course for board members. Successful completion of the M-100 can be the first step toward earning the CMCA credential, awarded by CAMICB. Review the Continuing Education Course Matrix to learn more. Topics include:
3.5 days | Days 1-3: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. | Day 4: 8:00 a.m. - noon
A multiple choice examination is given at the end of the class.
In addition to the participant guide and flash drive with bonus readings and materials, students will receive an extra Colorado-specific handout packet.
CAI member: $459 | Nonmember: $559 Join Now!
Thank you to our sponsors:
The Annual CAI-RMC Golf Tournament brings together golfers of all skill levels for a full day of camaraderie and fun with fellow chapter members. Paid registration includes 18 holes of golf, cart, range balls, breakfast, ticket to lunch banquet and entry to win door prizes!
There are hole contests scattered throughout, including a chance to win $10,000 if you make a Hole-In-One.
Each tee box is sponsored by a different business partner who will be on-site to provide fun and games throughout your round!
6:00am Registration / Breakfast
PCAM Member Forum
The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management. As a chapter, we want to hear from our PCAM members! We want to know how things are going, how your PCAM has influenced your professional path, and how CAI-RMC can help you to further succeed.
This event is held for PCAM members of CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter. The goal of the event is to collaborate as a team with other industry professionals, to discuss what's working and what could be improved in terms of chapter initiatives.
Please be prepared to come with suggestions and helpful commentary. This is your opportunity to voice your opinion and to collaborate with the chapter.
Lunch is provided for free with the support of our sponsor:
Business Partner Member Forum
CAI-RMC Business Partners are indispensable to the community associations they support with their guidance, products and services. Our chapter wants to help our members to differentiate themselves in the competitive community association marketplace.
This event is held for business partner members of CAI Rocky Mountain Chapter. The goal of the event is to collaborate as a team with other industry professionals, to discuss what's working and what could be improved in terms of chapter initiatives.
Please be prepared to come with suggestions and have an open mind. While there may be competitors in the room, don't forget that we're all in this together and there's plenty of work to go around. We want our industry to thrive and collaboration is paramount to this success.
Peak 2 - Financials
To reach the peak of your career, you'll need to know the basics. CAI-RMC offers this class for free. This class offers all the financial basics you'll need to know for your entry into community management.
More Information to Come
Learn how to address the unique challenges of multi-story communities.
This course provides an in-depth understanding of the unique management needs of a high-rise building. You’ll experience hands-on learning through on-site building visits and walkthroughs of a central plant, roof and recreational facilities. See major systems in operation and discuss maintenance operations and procedures with building staff. Topics include:
Participant guide and link with bonus readings and materials.
2 days | 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. both days
Thank you to our sponsor:
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Monday, September 9th at 8:00am
3rd Annual CLACsic Golf Outing at Bear Dance Golf Course.
The CLACsic is the final CAI golf event of the year and brings together both the Rocky Mountain and Southern Colorado Chapters for a day of good times! All net proceeds go to benefit your Colorado Legislative Action Committee (a non-profit, non-partisan organization that lobbys on behalf of our community association industry here in Colorado).
The CLACsic operates in a "Shamble Format" which is similar to a two-person scramble - rules will be provided. It's a nice twist on what we're all used to. Players are encouraged to register as two-person teams, but they will play in a group of four.
$150pp, $300 for a team and $600 for a foursome
Registration includes 18 holes of golf with a cart, practice golf balls, breakfast, lunch, prizes and a beautiful day of fun!
6:30AM Registration and Breakfast Open
7:45AM Players in Carts, Rules Explained
8:00AM Shotgun Start
1:00PM Buffet Lunch
1:15PM Awards and Prizes
CAI-RMC presents the 1st Annual Clay Shoot, a fun filled afternoon of shooting clays, team building and networking. Clay shooting is an activity for all ages and activity levels, making it the perfect event to bring fellow co-workers and clients.
10:30am Registration Begins (Must sign in by 10:45)
12:00pm Safety Brief
3:30pm Happy Hour / Awards
4:30pm Event Ends
Colorado Clays: (303) 659-7117
This event would not be possible without the support of our presenting sponsors:
2019 Mountain Conference and Trade Show
Whether you live and work in Mountain Communities or in the Denver Metro Area, this conference is sure to make a lasting impression! We have classes lined up to suit managers and homeowner leaders - we'll post class information in July.
8:30-9:30am Registration & Breakfast
9:30-10:30am Breakout Session A (1 State / CAMICB Credit Approved)
11:00am-12:00pm Breakout Session B (1 State / CAMICB Credit Approved)
1:00-2:00pm Exhibits / Prizes / Happy Hour
2:00-3:00pm Breakout session C (1 State / CAMICB Credit Approved)
Thank you to our presenting sponsor:
Peak 3 - Insurance
To reach the peak of your career, you'll need to know the basics. CAI-RMC offers this class for free. This class offers all the insurance basics you'll need to know for your entry into community management.
2019 CAI Annual Awards & Celebration
Come out and celebrate another year done well with your CAI-Rocky Mountain Chapter friends and colleagues at the Curtis Ballroom, Greenwood Village.
Comedian Information to Come.
We will be giving out annual awards at this event - so make sure to come and help us recognize the outstanding people in our community association industry.
Help Us Recognize The Outstanding People In Our Community Association Industry!
Award Information will be out in October of 2019 and will be posted below.
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