March 19 - April 24
New Jersey Apartment Association
104 Interchange Plaza, Suite 201
Monroe Township, NJ 08831
Time: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM
Certified Apartment Manager
Become a vital link! CAM training teaches property managers how to become the connection between the apartment community, owners, and staff, helping to improve the company’s bottom line. The newly updated curriculum for 2017 incorporates a case study, encouraging students to apply their textbook knowledge to real-world scenarios. Taught twice a year, this program is offered over the span of two months, totaling five days of classroom instruction.
Instructed by: Robin Flagler, AION Management; Heather Kamasa, Acadia Windows & Doors; Jenel Marraccini, Esq., Cohen Marraccini, LLC; Diana Penn, JMG Realty; and Melissa Sampson, AION Management
- March 19: Industry Essentials and Financial Management
- March 20: Marketing
- April 11: Property Maintenance for Managers
- April 17: Risk Management and Legal
- April 24: Human Resources and Resident Experience
To earn your CAM credential, you must complete the coursework and exam within 12 months of declaring candidacy.
- Minimum of 12 months of onsite property management experience;
- Successful completion of CAM coursework;
- Passing the CAM exam.
About the Exam
**For 2018 CAM candidates: Beginning January 7, 2019, the CAM will become a one-part exam. If you have not successfully passed both parts of the exam by January 3, 2019, you will need to take the entire one-part exam to earn the CAM credential.**
The CAM exam is a 1-part exam delivered via Live Online Proctoring (LOP) which can be done from the comfort of your home or office. LOP requires a webcam and audio capability for your computer, and must be scheduled four (4) days in advance according to proctor availability. The CAM exam is 4 hours in total and is 185 questions.
If you do not pass the exam, there will be a retake fee of $100.
There are no breaks during the exam, but you can excuse yourself to go to the rest room or get a drink of water. However, the clock does NOT stop. The clock stops in between Part I and Part II. You are not allowed to access personal belongings until the end of Part II. If you require special accommodations, please call NAAEI at (703) 797-0611 ahead of time. You will need a current photo ID with a signature that matches your name on the confirmation e-mail (bring with you).
Maintaining the CAM Credential
The CAM credential requires annual renewal. Submission of both annual CAM dues of $100 and documentation of six hours of continuing education credit should be submitted to complete the annual CAM renewal.
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