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Training Tomorrow's Managers

Tsehaie Makkonen
Publication date:
November 9, 2021
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the forthcoming changes in the educational path for professional condominium management in the province of Ontario, Canada. The Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) is implementing changes to shape a new generation of well-prepared condominium managers to support the significant growth in the condominium industry. The CMRAO, as the regulatory body, licenses condominium managers and provider businesses, ensuring compliance with a Code of Ethics and specific licensing and education requirements. To enhance the quality of training, the CMRAO developed Ontario's first condominium management competency profile, identifying 79 competencies, and introduced a new course curriculum that incorporates these competencies. As part of the transition, applicants to the condominium management profession are required to complete an introductory course called "Excellence in Condo Management" to qualify for a Limited Licence. The article also mentions that Humber College has been selected as the education provider for condominium managers in Ontario.


Condominium management, Ontario, CMRAO, Condominium Manager Education, Regulatory Authority, Licensing requirements, Education program, Competency profile, Humber College, Limited Licence, General Licence, Continuing education, Professionalization, Condo boards, Condominium industry growth.

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Tsehaie Makkonen
Training Tomorrow's Managers
November 9, 2021
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