March 19 - April 24

New Jersey Apartment Association
104 Interchange Plaza, Suite 201
Monroe Township, NJ 08831

Time: 8:30 AM – 4:00 PM

Registration to take the Certified Apartment Manager Training is Now Sold Out – To be added to the waitlist, please email

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 updated curriculum 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 Catherine Souder, AION Management

Thank you to our Choose-Your-Own Education CAM Class Sponsors:

Topics Include

    • 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

CAM Requirements

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.

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.

For additional information on this, or any other courses, please contact