*Includes Applicable 2016 Legislative Updates
Our Condominium Management online training suite complies fully with the requirements for providers of condominium association education set by the State of Florida’s Division of Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes. Written by adult education experts and legally reviewed by Florida attorneys well-versed in condominium law, all of our courses feature:
- comprehensive explanations of the key provisions of The Condominium Act (Section 718 of the Florida Statutes) and relevant sections of the Florida Administrative Code, written in everyday language for non-lawyers;
- an online presentation that is user-friendly, interactive, and visually appealing; and
- learning activities that reinforce mastery of concepts taught.
Each course can be completed at the learner’s leisure, from any computer, at any time. Learners may pause and resume the course at the precise page they stopped. Certificates are awarded for each course completed (Discounts are available for Condominium Boards or Property Management Companies by calling us at 1-800-521-9667).
The Condominium Suite includes the following courses:
Board of Directors/Prospective Board Members
TIME TO COMPLETE
This suite provides 10 hours of training.
State of Florida
This program complies fully with the requirements for providers of condominium association education set by the State of Florida’s Division of Condominiums, Timeshares, and Mobile Homes.
The quality of life in a condominium community depends largely on the quality of the leaders who manage it, namely the association’s Directors, Officers, and board members. The effectiveness of their leadership in turn depends on the extent of their knowledge of the rules that govern condominium communities, as stated in Florida’s Condominium Act (Section 718 of the Florida Statutes), and the association’s governing documents.
The State of Florida, seeking to ensure effective management of condominium associations, requires that a board member certify in writing that he or she has read the association’s governing documents, bylaws, and current written policies and “will faithfully discharge his or her fiduciary responsibility to the association’s members.” In lieu of this written certification, board members may submit documentation that they have satisfactorily completed a condominium management curriculum by a division-approved condominium education provider.
As a division-approved condominium education provider, The Human Equation offers this suite of online Condominium Management courses that allows condominium communities throughout Florida to train their association leaders conveniently and affordably.