Florida Community association managers Continuing Education (CE) Requirements

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16 Mandatory Hours
4 Elective Hours
20 Total Hours

Learn what's required for your community association managers license in Florida

This community association managers licensing information summarizes the minimum requirements established by the FL CAM Board. We recommend you contact the FL CAM Board for more detailed information or changes.

If you obtain community association managers licenses in multiple states, we recommend you check each state's requirements.

Florida Community Association Managers: ALL

Total Hours Required: 20
Mandatory Hours: 16
Elective Hours: 4
Renewal Cycle in Years: 2
License Expiration Date: 09/30/2018
Next Education Due Date: 09/30/2018

Online Info

Mandatory Subjects
4 hours of legal updates
4 hours of Human Resources
4 hours of Insurance/Financial Management 
4 hours of Operation of Physical Property

Course Requirement Type
Budgets and Financial Planning - Elective
2018 Legal Update - Legal Updates
Effective Community Association Boards - Human Resources
Hurricane Preparation and Restoration - Operation of Physical Property
Insurance for Florida Community Associations - Insurance/Financial Management

Online Limitations


Roster Required: yes
Roster Process: We will report your hours electronically to the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation within 1 business day.
Roster Sent: Every 1 days

Governing Agency

Name: FL CAM Board
Phone: 8504871395
Fax: 8509216636
2601 Blair Stone Rd.
Tallahassee, FL 32301

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Note: This license renewal information is provided as a convenience only and is subject to change at any time. It's ultimately the responsibility of the licensee to be sure that he or she is meeting all requirements for each license and corresponding renewal period.