2017 August Train-the-Trainer
Triangle Apartment Association Office7920 ACC Blvd., Suite 220
Raleigh, NC 27617
** Six (6) CAPS, CAM, CAS, NALP, and CAMT Continuing Education Credits (CECs)
Cost: $199 Members/$299 Non-Members
Each participant will receive the book “The Exceptional Presenter” by Timothy J. Koegel
This interactive workshop is custom-designed for those who serve the multifamily industry and wish to become more proficient at delivering their message to small or large groups: Property Managers, Executives, Vendor/Suppliers, Marketing/Leasing Directors, Training Facilitators.
You will learn how to:
- Organize and deliver your message clearly with maximum retention
- Create impactful openings and closings
- Present to 1 or 100’s without passing out
- Control your audience attention
- Persuade and move your audience to action
- Motivate your listener to beat your drum
- Ten tips to control fear and reduce anxiety
- Five most common mistakes speakers make
- Fifteen techniques to engage your audience
Rebecca Rosario, NALP, CAM, NAAEI is the owner of Full House Marketing, Inc. Her tried and true on-site experience, coupled with her corporate advertising and marketing success makes Rebecca an ideal consultant and training expert. Additionally, she is actively involved throughout North Carolina in various apartment associations and is a past board member of the Triangle Apartment Association and Piedmont Triad Apartment Association. As a nation-wide trainer, Rebecca completed the National Apartment Association’s (AIT) Advanced Instructor Training, and is a faculty member of the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI). She is a NALP, CAM and CAPS instructor, a multiple NAA Education Conference Speaker and a multiple Brainstorming Presenter and Facilitator.
Andy Meador, CAMT (President), is the Director of Capital Projects with McDowell Properties, a real estate investment firm based in Plano, Texas. McDowell is a leading multifamily operating company in the United States that acquires and repositions multifamily investments across the country. Andy has been affiliated with the apartment industry for over 30 years. He is a faculty member of the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI); a Certified Pool Operator Instructor for the National Swimming Pool Foundation, a proctor for the CFC certification exam, and also instructs portions of the NAAEI CAPS and CAM designation programs. Andy’s currently President of the TAA Board of Directors and has served on the Membership, Education and Special Events Committees in the past. He is also a past Board Member of the Triangle Apartment Association Education Foundation (TAAEF). Andy earned his Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technician (CAMT) designation more than 20 years ago, as part of TAA's first graduating CAMT class!