Providing education and resources for CAI Bay Area and Central California Chapter members. These on-demand continuing education courses will keep you informed on relevant issues.
Safety First! Creating Effective Onsite Security Solutions is presented by Al Cui, General Manager at Pacific Park Plaza Homeowners Association; Brad Huffman, CMCA, AMS, CEO of Axiom Security Services, Inc.; and Stephanie Kay, CMCA, CCAM, CACM - HR, General Manager at The Infinity.
“Fair Housing, Harassment, and Discrimination: Case Studies, Best Practices, and Pitfalls” presented by Stephen Brindle, Esq., with SwedelsonGottlieb and Jessica Roberts, CMCA, with Collins Management. Speakers will discuss what fair housing is under state and federal law and why it matters to community associations.
Capt. Clyde Christobal, retired San Francisco Fire Department and James Kircher, Certified Fire Safety Director will provide the following information: Focus on Active shooter awareness through case studies and FBI studies regarding what to look for and how to report it. Show "Run-Hide-Fight" in what to do in an active shooter and how it relates to Facility Emergency Plans in California.
Community Management is a whirlwind of customers, communication, and competing priorities. Your ability to effectively manage tasks list will have a direct impact on your success. This session will unlock the mysteries of task management for community management and will provide you with concepts you can put into practice immediately to help achieve your goals.
Session IV in the 4 part series is presented by Dawn Bauman, Governments & Public Affairs of the Community Associations Institute, Melissa Ward, Esq. of ADAMS STIRLING PLC and Clifford Treese of Association Data, Inc. Session IV is a recap of sessions I, II to III as well as a diligent look towards the future of associations in light of the Champlain Towers tragedy.
It’s time for some good news! Our industry is full of successful leaders who share their hearts every day. Join us for a hour of heartwarming love stories about HOA successes with our businesses, owners, managers, and, of course, our own family Valentines.
If you are planning any repairs or replacements for your associations, view this presentation to learn what you need to know and how to work with the realities of today. Presented By: Robert Rosenberg and Mark Greening
Session III will continue the discussion, focusing on how to fund construction and large scale projects. Additionally, the benefit of reserve studies in scheduling and funding maintenance proactively will be covered. Presented by Blair Fox, Alliance Association Bank, Robert Nordlund, PE, RS, Association Reserves Inc., and Steve Weil, Berding & Weil LLP.
Session II will focus on maintenance needs and expenditures, and the consultants and business partners the HOA will need to retain to carry out large scale repair projects. Presented by Melissa Hajostek, CCAM-PM, LS, Bay Area Property Services, Regan Brown, G.B. Group Inc., and Allison Cease, I-Beam Reconstruction Management.
The Champlain Tower collapse in Seaside, Florida, was one of the most significant residential construction failures in recent times. Session 1 will focus on the Board of Directors and its role in building safety. The presentation will not only review the foundational issue of Board member fiduciary duty.
Presented by Zer Iyer of Hughes Gill Cochrane Tinetti PC, and Adrianne Bretao, CMCA, AMS, PCAM with Common Interest Management Services. Attend this session and learn: How to Educate New Board Members, Avoid Board Member Pitfalls and Deal with Board Member Conflict.
The program, "Neighbor to Neighbor Disputes" is presented by Andrea O'Toole with O'Toole Rogers LLP, Kate Drobney CMCA, AMS, CCAM, General Manager of The Harrison, and Zer Iyer with Hughes Gill Cochrane Tinnetti PC.
"Almost Free Legal Advice,” was presented by Bradley Epstein of Angius & Terry LLP, Jennifer Jacobsen of Baydaline & Jacobsen LLP and Deon Stein of The Law Offices of Deon R. Stein addressing our members pressing legal questions!
Sarah Gaskin of A Plus Tree, Inc., and Tayler Greer with The Cooper Company discuss the following in this session: tree management & budget planning, tree hazards to look for, what good & bad pruning looks like, and the importance of tree diversity.
As we navigate working from home, many community associations face an increased number of complaints from non-smokers about their smoking neighbors, and are being asked to take action to abate secondhand smoke. This webinar will assist community association boards of directors and management personnel in addressing secondhand smoke issues in their buildings/communities.
Terri Guest, CIRMS, of Berg Insurance Agency, and Cami Nielsen, of Common Interest Management, explain why insurance premiums are rising and how increasing your deductible is a win/win for the association. They will also provide Risk Management Strategies for managers and board members that can result in underwriting credits.
The program will go over the impact of the pandemic on collections for HOAs. Speakers will discuss: Methods of Assessment Collections, Debt Collection Licensing, Lender Foreclosures & HOAs.
Presented by Roger Grant, Esq. of Fenton Grant Law Firm and Kelly Zibell, PCAM of Associa Northern California. This program will provide a funny and entertaining look at some of the strange and crazy community association cases decided by the California Courts.
Financial planning and the impact of COVID-19 on cash flow, budgeting and collections. Prudent financial controls and how to protect you HOAs from theft. Managing funding plans and maintenance projects and the Impact of COVID-19 on the construction industry and contractor compliance.
As all Bay Area and Central Valley residents have been ordered to shelter in place to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, many community associations are facing more stress than usual.
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