2022 Certified Apartment Manager (CAM) Credential Program
* Registration open until 10/3/22 at 5:00 PM (EDT)
LIMITED SEATING AVAILABLE.
5-Day Fast Track - In-person
The CAM (Certified Apartment Manager) Credential Program curriculum is designed to enhance the skills of the on-site property management professional and provides the highest standard of training, which can result in improved resident retention, increased employee productivity, and a better managed and more profitable asset.
Price: $1,319 Members | $1,519 Non-Members
Dates/Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm (All Modules)
October 24th-October 28th
The CAM Course fee includes:
- *The Property Financials seminar fee of $149, November 10, 2022. You do not need to register for that course separately.
- The CAM eBook only. Students will be able to purchase a print version at their own expense from the NAA website for $80 + Shipping.
No money in the budget? TAAEF will be accepting Scholarship Applications for the 2022 CAM Credential program. The deadline to submit your application is September 12, 2022. Learn more here.
- NAAEI Alexandra Jackiw Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship Opportunities for the CAM credential program. The deadline to apply is July 30, 2022. Learn more here.
NOTE: The CAM credential program exam is taken in a proctored or via Live Online Proctor (LOP) environment.
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About the Your Facilitator:
Alex Jackiw is the Chief Operating Officer with Hayes Gibson Property Services. She previously held the position of Chief Experience Officer with Milhaus Management. Alex is the Past Chairman of the Board for NAA, Board member and Past Chair of the Virginia Tech Property Management Advisory Board, Board member, and Past President of Ball State University Property Management Advisory Board. She is also a licensed real estate broker, holds the Certified Property Manager (CPM®) and Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor CAPS® Credentials, and has a Masters Degree in Education.
Alex has experience managing LIHTC communities, HUD-regulated properties, purpose-built student housing, conventional market-rate properties, full-service retirement communities, and nursing homes. Her experience includes all aspects of property and asset management, marketing, training, consulting, troubled property turnarounds, and new business development.
She is a respected industry speaker and has presented programs to industry trade groups throughout the U.S. and Canada. Alex remains active at NAA and has served as the subject matter expert for both the CAM, CAM Student, and CAPS credential program rewrites.
She was inducted into the National Apartment Association Hall of Fame in 2018, and a life-long learner and industry educator who has established the NAAEI Alexandra Jackiw Diversity & Inclusion scholarship fund to provide professional development opportunities for men and women who are members of a racial/ethnic minority group, lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender or a person with a disability.