Alberta Condominium Management Education Consortium

CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT LICENSING EDUCATION

Providing Alberta Condominium Managers with the education
they need to meet the RECA licensing requirements

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WHO WE ARE

The Alberta Condominium Management Education Consortium (ACMEC) is a Canadian non-profit organization whose founders and members are CCI North Alberta, CCI South Alberta, and the Alberta Real Estate Association. ACMEC was created to offer high quality condominium management education for industry professionals, by industry professionals.

Our Industry. Our Expertise. Our Education
Condominium Management Licensing Education

WHAT WE PROVIDE

The Alberta Condominium Management Education Consortium (ACMEC) is proud to provide a best in class online education program to assist condominium managers with the necessary courses to help them meet the RECA licensing requirements.
self-paced

Convenient fully self-paced e-learning licensing education for condominium management in Alberta, as recognized by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA).

relevant content

Our education program was developed by Alberta condominium industry experts to ensure the content is relevant and provides the learnings you need

CONDENSED FORMAT

We know condo managers are busy so we worked hard to build courses that are packed full of knowledge and provided in a condensed format to save you time

OUR COURSES

fundamentals of condominium management
$700

This course provides the foundational knowledge needed to operate successfully as a Condominium Management Associate or Broker in Alberta. Consisting of 11 modules covering topics such as Introduction to Condominiums, Real Estate Act and Rules, Agency Law and Representation Relationships, Ethics, Professionalism and Licensee Risk Reduction, Effective Negotiation and Dispute Resolution, Privacy and Confidentiality and many other essential topics

40 HOURS
11 MODULES

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practice of
condominium management
$700

This course provides the practical, hands-on knowledge needed to operate as a Condominium Management Associate or Broker in Alberta. Consisting of sixteen modules covering topics such as Condominium Property Management and the Law, Corporation, Board and Owner Responsibilities, Condo Management Services, Governance, Condominium Meetings and Communications, Building Operations and many other essential topics.



60 HOURS
16 MODULES

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condominium
management broker program
$700

This course provides the critical information required for a Condominium Broker to successfully operate in Alberta. Consisting of five foundational units covering topics such as Managing Compliance, Managing Personnel, Managing Finance, Mitigating Risk and Providing Leadership and Governance








20 HOURS
5 MODULES

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What our learners have to say...

"I have worked with bareland condos for 9 years now so a lot of the information was confirmation that we have been doing the correct things.  I really liked that it was written so that it was very easy to read and understand with examples.  As you probably know the CPA isn’t the easiest document to read.  I also did learn a few new things and got some a really good tips on dealing with Board of Directors.  I feel the course was really well done for the online experience.."

Tammy Campbell
Gleniffer Lake Resort Ltd.

"I found the Condominium Management Fundamentals course to be informative, well structured and a great foundation to understand how Condominiums are formed and operate.  The course offered good value and I was able to complete it at my own pace."

Jason Ager
Quarter Park Management

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

Helping condo managers navigate the new licensing requirements
RECA's New Licencing Requirements

Starting December 1, 2021, all individuals and companies that provide condominium management services in Alberta must be licensed by the Real Estate Council of Alberta (RECA).

Licensing is a recognition of the specialized work condominium managers do. As condominium managers you support the smooth maintenance operations of people's homes and businesses across the province.This licensing education program will benefit and protect condo owners, consumers and the profession of condominium management by ensuring consistent professional standards across the condo management industry.

Course Registration Process

RECA registration and pre-approval is required before beginning any courses. All eligibility applications are submitted through myRECA, RECA’s online licensing system. To begin the eligibility process, visit reca.ca and select Condominium Manager Licensing from the Licensees & Learners menu.

Step 1
- Contact RECA as above to confirm eligibility for the requested courses you need to take.  RECA will confirm and provide you with an individual Contact ID number.  

Step 2 – Click "Apply Now" on our website and fill out the online form (you will need to provide the RECA Contact ID number), press submit

Step 3 - We receive and review your form submission, confirm eligibility with RECA, and will send you an email with a confirmation of course approval, details on course payment and setting up course access so you can begin the online learning program.

Understanding which Course(s) you need

Fundamentals of Condominium Management
Must be completed by: New condominium manager associates entering the industry.
All individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

Practice of Condominium Management
Must be completed by: New condominium manager associates entering the industry.
All individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry.
All individuals who currently offer condominium manager services who DO currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

Condominium Manager Broker Program
Must be completed by: New condominium manager brokers.
All individuals who currently offer condominium manager services as an associate broker or broker who DO NOT currently hold a licence with RECA in another industry

A Message from our Chair

While the new licensing regime is a welcome development, it is also a big transition. That's why we created the Alberta Condominium Management Education Consortium (ACMEC). It is a non-profit entity created by the leadership of the condominium and real estate communities to advance and support the condominium industry and community.  We want to ensure that condominium managers have access to pre-licensing education built by industry professionals with practical experience in Alberta condominium management and legislation. We have formed this consortium to create high-quality and competitively priced pre-licensing education available to all individuals who wish to pursue a license in condominium management.

The establishment of ACMEC represents several years' worth of hard work and advocacy, and I’m proud of the fact that we are now able to offer a pre-licensing education program for our industry by our industry.

Anand Sharma
Chair @ Alberta Condominium Management Education Consortium
Alberta Condo Management Pre-Licensing Education