Termination letters and e-mails were sent late last week to individuals who failed to recertify or pay their annual service fee by the April 1, 2012 deadline. If you have questions about your termination, please contact us at email@example.com or 866.779.CMCA.NOTE:Many individuals have been confusing their payment for their CAI individual manager membership with the NBC-CAM CMCA annual service fee.The CAI individual manager membership totals $120 or $130 while the CMCA annual service fee totals $105.00.As a reminder, CAI and NBC-CAM are separate and different organizations.Please be careful to make the distinction between the organizations and your dues.
If your CMCA has lapsed within the past five years, you are eligible for reinstatement. If you wish to reinstate your CMCA after termination, you must comply with the following requirements:
Your certification status must not have been expired for more than a period of five (5) years.
You must submit a non-refundable $200 reinstatement fee and the reinstatement application.
You must have continued to comply with the Standards of Professional Conduct.
You will have a period of one year to complete 16 hours of continuing education.
You must confirm that you have not represented yourself as a CMCA since the termination of certification.
To reinstate, please complete the reinstatement application. Once the application is approved, you will have a period of one year to complete 16 hours of continuing education. When the first year of reinstatement has been completed, your recertification will be placed into the normal two-year renewal cycle. If your certification status has been inactive for more than five years, you will be required to reapply for the CMCA certification program.
First notices to individuals due for recertification on October 1, 2012 were mailed and e-mailed this week. Please check your inboxes and mailboxes.To maintain your certification, you must be in good standing with your annual service fee payments, have accumulated a minimum of 16 hours of continuing education courses since you were last certified (October 1, 2010) and submit the recertification application and annual service fee payment of $105 by October 1, 2012.
Continuing education hours must relate to the management and operation of community associations or be of a professional development nature such as accounting, human resources, or office administration. Visit our website for more information on approved continuing education courses. As a reminder, AMS, PCAM, FL CAM and NV CAM licenses automatically satisfy your continuing education requirement– so all we need is a copy of your ID or certificate as your proof of continuing education along with the completed recertification application.