Certified Apartment Manager 2022 Program
Scholarships for the program open October 1st 2021
WE RECOMMEND THIS COURSE for community managers and experienced assistant managers.
The Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) is a vital link between the resident and the community owners and investors. Earning your CAM credential gives you the knowledge to increase your community’s net operating income. Whether you’re new to apartment management or a long-time property manager, you’ll enhance your skills, knowledge, and ability to effectively manage an apartment community and achieve its owners’ investment goals.
Earning your CAM credential allows you to demonstrate your skills, knowledge, and ability to manage an apartment community and achieve owners’ investment goals.
You'll learn about
- Occupancy rates
- Comprehensive marketing plans
- Sales team management and product readiness
- Equitable treatment of current and potential residents
- Resident retention and the maintenance of a positive company image
- Consistent and ongoing resident communication
- Positive resident service and issue resolution
- Enforcement of company policy in compliance with laws and regulations
- Property inspections
- Preventive maintenance programs
- Service request process
- Apartment turnover process
- Contractors and vendors
- Recruitment, hiring, orientation, and training of high-caliber employees
- Systematic employee evaluation
- Employment regulations and record-keeping
- Analysis of the property’s financial operations with corrective actions for underperformance
- Monitoring of property performance to achieve the owner’s investment goals
- Accounting principles and practices
- Maximizing net operating income
- Reporting property performance honestly and accurately
Your Instructor: Lani Grant, CAS, CAPS, NAAEI Faculty
Lani Grant, CAPS, CAS, NAAEI Faculty
Originally from Montana, Lani began her multifamily career in 1986 with Chasewood Properties. She has held multiple positions within the industry prior to becoming a Property Supervisor in 1998. Recently Lani was the Regional Vice President with Dayrise Residential and oversaw assets located in Dallas, Austin, and Phoenix. She holds the ARM designation from IREM and the HCCP designation from NAHB. Lani is a graduate of the AATC’s Lyceum Leadership program past chair of Lani Grant, CAPS, CAS, NAAEI Faculty
Originally from Montana, Lani began her multifamily career in 1986 with Chasewood Properties. She has held multiple positions within the industry prior to becoming a Property Supervisor in 1998. Recently Lani was the Regional Vice President Professional Development, Community Service, Membership, and Megans Care Team. Lani is one of AATC's most senior instructors...there is nothing Lani cannot teach!
*Lani was awarded AATC's 2020 Vendor Partner Of The Year*
- Members: $1,150
- STAR Subscriber: $1,035
- Non-Member: $1,250
- April 26 - Industry Essentials and Resident Experience
- April 27 - Human Resources
- April 28 - RISK
- May 10 - Financial Investment
- May 11 - Legal and Fair Housing
- May 12 - Marketing and Property Maintenance
All Sessions will start at 9:00 am and end at 4 pm
Program Requirements: CAM Candidates must complete the following requirements to obtain the CAM Designation:
- A minimum of 12 months of onsite property management experience.
- Have successfully completed CAM coursework, and
- Meet all examination requirements within 6 months of enrolling in the program.
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