High Rise Community Management (SPC400)
This course is designed to increase your depth and breadth of knowledge when managing a high rise association. Course content focuses on people and personnel; property protection; mechanical systems; fire and life safety; regulatory considerations; legal issues; and finance. The course addresses many best practices of industry professionals and provides a CD of resource materials.
Attendees will also participate in in a PowerPoint presentation exercise in a community they currently manage.
- Articulate the key roles and responsibilities of a high rise manager
- Discuss the various mechanical systems and key features of each
- Identify key elements of third-party maintenance contracts
- Improve knowledge of how to work successfully with personnel, external agencies and service providers
- Execute a plan of action to improve safety and emergency processes
- Understand critical elements of security and surveillance
- Identify approaches for maintaining compliance with regulatory agencies
- Create an action plan to identify and resolve risks and exposures in the governing documents
- Become more proficient in reviewing and assessing the requirements in a reserve and operating budget for high rise items
- Design a strategy to work with local agencies to support future safety, emergency, regulatory and goodwill interactions
- Determine steps to create a more comprehensive training and development schedule for staff and service providers
Who Should Take This Course?
- Experienced CCAMs who want to earn the High Rise Specialty Certificate
- Management company executives who supervise high rise managers
- Experienced portfolio and large scale managers who want to expand their skills and career opportunities
Prerequisites: This is an advanced-level course. Members must hold a valid CCAM or CAFM in order to satisfy the course pre-requisite.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 16
Course Length: This course is made up of six, 2.5 to 3 hour sessions.
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Don’t see an offering near you? You can join a wait list to bring this series to your area through CACMs Request a Course program.