Back in 2011, ACMO introduced the condominium industry’s first Continuing Education program requiring Registered Condominium Managers (RCM®) to complete 10 hours of continuing education annually to build their knowledge and stay current. Recently, the CMRAO followed suit, announcing that effective July 1, 2023, General Licensees must log 10 hours of continuing education to maintain and renew their license.
Given that a manager must possess a valid General License in order to obtain and maintain the RCM designation, it does not make sense to duplicate efforts, so we decided to wrap up ACMO’s Continuing Education credit program. As a result, we no longer require RCMs to track continuing education credits for the purposes of renewing their ACMO membership and RCM designation – maintenance of a valid CMRAO General License will suffice.
Going forward, ACMO will submit all of our educational programming (luncheon seminars, webinars, advanced certificate courses, Condo Conference sessions, etc.) to the CMRAO for approval and accreditation under their CPE program, and will note the CPE credits awarded in all communications relating to our events along with the following indicia: