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Monthly Education Courses for Managers

From January 2021 thru September 2022, we will offer 

ALL course types to satisfy the CAM License Designation for the 

State of Florida renewing in September 2022.

Luncheons are Complimentary for all 
Active, Licensed Community Association Managers.
(Excludes Multi-Family Rental Mgmt & Residential Vacation Rental Mgmt)


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for Manager Scholarship Information

Community Board Member Resources

Although we do not offer a Board Member Certification Course,

we do offer digital education segments & other resources for Managers to

share with their Community Board Members.


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A Message from Pinellas County Emergency Management

Pinellas County Hurricane Preparedness Information

Below are links to helpful tools and resources to help you and your Associations best prepare for hurricane season. If you are interested in a hurricane preparedness presentation for your Association in the future, or would like assistance starting a disaster plan, please feel free to contact me at or a presentation request can be submitted directly on the Pinellas County website at

Shelter Information

County Information Center (CIC): 727-420-5847 / Or Live Chat is now available

Important Phone Numbers

ALERT Pinellas Emergency Notification Service

FLASHGreat resources for preparedness:

Public Shelter Information

2020 Hurricane Guide

It’s coming, now what

Special Needs

If you would like to be added to our Community Association contact list, please send me an email with your name, phone number and the name of your community to receive information, community events and updates from Pinellas County Emergency Management.

~ Jess McCraken, Pinellas County Emergency Management


What are the continuing education requirements for renewal of my community association manager license?

Effective 08/15/19

All community association manager licensees must satisfactorily complete a minimum of 15 hours of instruction that are 50 minutes each, during each license renewal period, which shall include the required hours at an approved legal update seminar. The 15 hours of continuing education shall be comprised of the following:

  • Three (3) hours of legal update;

  • Three (3)  hours of instruction on insurance and financial management topics;

  • Three (3)  hours of instruction on the operation of the community association's physical property;

  • Three (3) hours of instruction on human resources topics relating to community association management; and

  • Three (3) hours of additional instruction in any area described above, or in any course or courses directly related to the management or administration of community associations.

The Florida DBPR Twitter Updates as of September 2, 2020:

#DBPR’s Division of Condos, Timeshares and Mobile Homes wants to keep in touch! Residential Condominium board of directors should submit contact information and the association they serve in order to receive Department updates. Submit contact info here:

#CondoTips: If you’ve ever wanted an opportunity to make a difference, develop leadership skills, and have the willingness to work within a team, then perhaps becoming a board member is for you. For more, click here:

Do you know all the red flags of potential unlicensed activity? #DBPR is urging consumers to protect themselves from unlicensed individuals offering to make repairs on homes or businesses. Click here to file a complaint:

Hurricane preparation will be different this year because of #COVID19. #DBPR has produced a free hurricane guide geared towards preparedness before a storm hits and offers tips and resources for what to do after a storm has made landfall:

DYK: The #DBPR app allows you to display licenses on your mobile device, make payments and view your continuing education. You can also verify licensees, search hotel and restaurant inspections or report unlicensed activity . Download from your smart phone at the app store!

#DBPR’s Division of Condos, Timeshares and Mobile Homes wants to keep in touch! Residential Condominium board of directors should submit contact information and the association they serve in order to receive Department updates. Submit information here:

@GovRonDeSantis appointed Spencer Hennings as Florida’s Condominium Ombudsman who serves as a resource for unit owners, board members and condominium associations as a neutral, informative party. For questions regarding your condo, email: Ombudsman@dbpr.sta…

For Information about the CBA Designation, you may email:

Nancy Hill @ BMI National

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Attention Associate Members:

If you have an accredited course for Florida Licensed Community Managers,

please complete our Education Request Form.

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