Commercial & Industrial CID Management (SPC450)

This course provides information and resources necessary to manage commercial and industrial CIDs and commercial sub-associations within mixed-use and industrial subdivisions. Course content focuses on California legal requirements and business skills necessary to work with corporate business owners. The course provides valuable tips on the nuances of managing the varied combination of CIDs in this category, including business parks, shopping centers, hotel associations, medical offices, marinas, live/work units and hybrids, to name a few.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Describe the managers role and understand the business experience, financial background and knowledge expected of the manager when working with owners of commercial CIDs
  • Understand the differences between subdivisions that fall under the Californias Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act and those governed by the Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act
  • Adhere to the requirements of Californias Commercial and Industrial Common Interest Development Act when managing a commercial CID
  • Identify California Bureau of Real Estate (BRE) city and county requirements for establishing and managing a commercial CID
  • Be acquainted with different commercial CID types and the unique scenarios and management responsibilities associated with each
  • Successfully address the unique challenges of subdivisions that house commercial businesses combined with residential units
  • Be aware of regulations relating to live/work unit activities, such as advertising/sign control, commercial venting and exhaust facilities, and disallowed uses
  • Understand terms and definitions that are unique to commercial and industrial CIDs


Who Should Take This Course?

  • Commercial CID managers
  • Community managers of mixed use and industrial CIDs
  • Management company executives supervising others managing commercial and industrial CIDs


Prerequisites:
   None, although a basic knowledge of CID management is necessary.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs):   6

Course Length:   7 hours

Course Fee:   Member  $245     Non-Member  $343

Schedule:

No courses are currently scheduled.

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