Lifestyle Management (SPC460)
Many California communities were developed with a focus on lifestyle in mind. Amenity packages in all shapes and sizes are commonplace nowadays in many communities, and their purpose is to help establish and nurture “community” by bringing residents together, creating a sense of belonging, and offering residents more opportunities to socialize, recreate and connect with one another.
As community services continue to evolve, management companies find themselves in a position to provide lifestyle services on an as needed basis. Lifestyle roles serve many purposes within a community, often acting as an event planner, organizer, facilitator, concierge and scheduler. These roles can often become the face of the community for residents.
This six-hour Lifestyle Management online course will address these responsibilities by exploring information, best practices, and real examples that will help you build strategies and action steps to apply to your own community, either now or in the future.
- Identify the unique position that a lifestyle role serves in communities
- Articulate best practices for life style responsibilities and develop measurable action plans that utilize these practices.
Who Should Take This Course?
- Community managers and personnel who interact frequently with providing lifestyle services in their communities.
Prerequisites: None. One or more years of community management experience is recommended.
Continuing Education Units (CEUs): 6
Course Length: This course is made up of two, 3-hour sessions.
Download a Registration Form if you prefer to email or mail in your registration.
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.