Certificate of Accomplishment
Program Code: CE0001
The Condominium Management certificate program is offered in partnership with the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO). This part-time program has been developed to train you in condominium management law, relationship building, building operations and maintenance, condominium financials, and operational quality of residential and commercial condominium management. Theory and examples of day-to-day problems and practices are blended so that you can apply what you have learned. Faculty come from the field, are licensed and have hands-on experience managing condominiums. Please see https://www.cmrao.ca/en-US/education/future-education-requirements-frequently-asked-questions/
The Condominium Management Certificate Program is accredited by the CMRAO and is a direct result of collaboration with employers and leading industry experts to prepare learners with the technical and essential skills necessary to be effective, efficient, adaptive and innovative in the dynamic condominium sector. The program features 5 stackable micro-credentials that are a mix of on-line and instructor-led learning. Learner completing the course will also receive a micro-credential badge upon completion of each course. The Certificate of Completion is issued upon successful completion of 5 Compulsory courses and 5 Regulatory Exams.
Learners can review the Examination Policies here.Learners interested in this career are required to apply for their Limited License refer to https://cmrao.ca/condo-managers/licensing/licences/limited-licence for details.
Effectively an "entry-level" licence, Limited Licensees can provide condominium management services only under the supervision of a General Licensee or Transitional General Licensee ("supervising licensee") and only if they are employed by a licensed condominium management provider.
do not require condominium management work experience
must work under supervision
can provide condominium management services only under the employment of a licensed condominium management provider
cannot be employed directly by a condominium corporation
The conditions of a Limited Licence are defined under section 8 of the General Regulation. We recommend learners complete Excellence in Condominium Management Course with the regulator CMRAO prior to enrolling into the program.
Limited Licensees may apply for a General Licence after they have completed the required work experience and education. These requirements must be completed within five years of applying for the General Licence.
The work experience requirements for a Limited Licensee to obtain a General Licence are:
obtain at least two years of work experience (2,920 hours) and
perform the following activities under the supervision of one or more supervising licensees:
plan and participate in meetings of the Board of Directors of a client
plan and participate in meetings of owners, including at least one annual general meeting within the meaning of the Condominium Act, 1998
participate in the preparation of a budget for a condominium corporation that the licensee has presented to the board of directors of a client
interpret financial statements for a client, prepared under Section 66 of the CMSA and presented to the board of directors of the client
prepare and present reports to the board of directors of a client
oversee the maintenance or repair of units and common elements within the meaning of the Condominium Act, 1998, or client assets, if any
Learners enrolled in an Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) approved micro-credential program can apply for financial assistance through OSAP for Micro-credentials. Eligible students must apply for funding for each course separately by following the step-by-step application process. Applications for OSAP for Micro-credential assistance cannot overlap with another micro-credential study period (funding for multiple courses cannot be applied for concurrently).
To be eligible for funding through the OSAP for Micro-credentials courses, you must meet the criteria below as well as certain residency and income requirements specified on the OSAP website:
Applying for OSAP funding for Humber micro-credential courses
If you have any questions, please contact at email@example.com or call 416-675-3111 option 4. (Monday to Friday 8:30am to 4:30pm excluding holidays).
If you have questions about repayment, please contact the National Student Loans Service Centre for OSAP Micro-credentials program at 1-888-869-2896
You are required to register for each individual course included in a CE program. You can register for a course by selecting it and following the instructions in the “How to Register” box.
Each CE program is comprised of a series of courses which may all have different fees. You are required to register for each course individually and pay the associated fees. Once you select the course, the fee is displayed in the “How to Register” box.
Every attempt is made to ensure that information contained on this website is current and accurate. Humber reserves the right to correct any error or omission, modify or cancel any course, program, fee, timetable or campus location at any time without prior notice or liability to users or any other Person. On October 21, 2019, the Provincial Government of Ontario announced the renaming of the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities (MTCU) to the Ministry of Colleges and Universities (MCU). Both names may appear on this website.
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Print/Download Date: October 4, 2022