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Seminars

Register for seminars by January 28, 2020, to secure your seat!  Once seats fill up, there will be standing room only, and seats will be available on a first come, first served basis.  

Learn from industry leaders

Get the tools and information you need to manage your condo or HOA more efficiently.

Regional and national experts will offer insights into the latest industry trends and best practices in legal oversight, financing, maintenance, renovations, energy efficiency, administration, communication and more.

Bring your questions to these lively, informative sessions and come away with a clear blueprint for improved management for the future.

 

 


BOARD CERTIFICATION COURSE - 2 CEU’s (BC)

Presented by Eric Glazer - Glazer & Sachs P.A.
9:00a - 11:00a

Fulfill your legally mandated education requirements while learning valuable and integral information in this comprehensive board member certification course. Topics discussed will include condominium management and operations, proper procedures for board member election, budgeting and fiscal responsibilities, as well as an overview of current condominium laws to assist in the understanding of board members' legal duties. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

DEFINING & DESIGNING YOUR PROJECTS - 2 CEU's (OPP/ELE)

Presented by DSS Condo
9:00a - 11:00a

The investigation and design phase is the most critical phase of any project—why does it so often rushed or overlooked? Participants will learn how the design/ specification process works and understand the importance of investigating, discussing and participating in the project during this critical phase. Participants will walk away with some helpful tools that non-engineers/ non-designers can use to advocate for their association and ensure their project is designed with their best interests in mind.

ARC FLASH COMPLIANCE - 2 CEU'S (OPP)

Presented by Martin R. Perrone - Carpenter Electric, Inc.
9:00a - 11:00a

The NFPA 70E contains six specific safety measures as required by OSHA to be accomplished " within a reasonable period of time" before a business/building owner can become Arc Flash Compliant. This program demonstrates why OSHA considers ARC FLASH as such a serious priority and provides everything a facility manager needs to know and do to become compliant.

HEALTHY, WEALTHY & WISE: RESERVING FOR THE FUTURE - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)

Presented by Nick Brenneman - Reserve Advisors
10:00a - 11:00a

Gain an in-depth knowledge of the requirements and procedures for establishing reserves for community associations, with special emphasis on the statutes 718.112 and 720.303 and FL Administrative Code (61B-22.005). Understand the ins-and-outs of reserves, reserve studies component funding, cash flow or "pooled" funding and items often overlooked in reserve schedules.

STRESS MANAGEMENT DURING A WATER DAMAGE EMERGENCY - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)

Presented by Super Restoration
12:45p - 1:45p

Have you ever experienced a water damage emergency? How did you and your team handle it? This course dives deep into the process immediately following a water damage emergency & how to minimize the stress levels during the mitigation phase. This course is ideal for managers who want to handle property damage with ease, confidence and in a stress-free manner through solidifying their contingency plan

EVERYTHING YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT COLLECTIONS - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)

Presented by John W. Stevens III - Stevens & Goldwyn P.A.
12:45p - 1:45p

Gain an in-depth knowledge of the strategies and techniques to minimize losses and maximize assessment collections.

LEGAL UPDATE – 2 CEU’s (LU)

Presented by Kaye Bender Rembaum
2:30p - 4:30p

Get updated on the most recent legislative changes and discuss the statutory changes made by Florida Legislature and how they directly affect managers and their communities, such as official records, fining, websites, board meetings, elections, MRTA, amendments, director term limits, electronic vehicles charging stations, delinquent assessment collections, director conflicts of interests, etc.

INSURANCE CLAIMS THROUGH THE EYES OF THE INSURED - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)

Presented by Five Star Claims Adjusting
2:30p - 3:30p

Learn how to navigate the difficult landscape of filing and handling an insurance claim as the insured or their manager. Review the rights and duties as a policy holder and what role certain people or vendors play during the insurance claims process within a condominium or HOA community. Learn how to determine any damages, if the damages are potentially covered by insurance policy, and what steps should be taken to ensure the best chance for a successful recovery.

COMMUNICATION: THE ART OF PERSUASION - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)

Presented by The Water Restoration Group
2:30p - 3:30p

Learn the basics in communication including: active listening, making yourself seen and heard, making persuasive arguments, presenting tour arguments and finally compromise and resolution. With these skills, your board meetings will be much shorter, and you find a new balance and harmony amongst your residents and management.

VIOLATION & FINING PROCEDURES FOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)

Presented by Stevens & Goldwyn P.A.
2:30p - 3:30p

The ability to levy a fine against an owner for a violation of the governing documents is the association’s best tool for rules enforcement. This course will guide you through violation and fining procedures for community associations, and how to avoid expensive legal exposure.

REGISTER NOW!

CLICK HERE to register for the Palm Beach Condo & HOA Expo!

Registration is now open, over 100 vendors are expected to participate!

The Expo is attracting industry leaders who will share their specialized knowledge and experience and give you practical tools and information you can bring back and put to use in your capacity as a board member or property manager.