Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS) Whole Course Spring 2022
You can attend in person in Pittsburgh (The Reserve at Southpoint - 1000 Meadow Ln, Canonsburg, PA) , live streaming or view the recording.
Earning your Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS) credential takes you to the next level in property management. It fast-tracks your career advancement and your corresponding earning potential.
You'll learn about: Recruiting high-performing employees, employee performance, engagement, and retention, minimizing conflict through stakeholder communications, ethical behavior and conflicts of interest, annual operating budgets and owner performance objectives, property and portfolio results, due diligence process, property takeover process, capital improvement plans, managing risk through inspections, follow-up procedures, and incident reporting compliance, minimizing legal risk and liability, regulatory agency oversight of assisted housing, analyzing property performance data to inform action, management agreement, and evaluating and reporting property performance using key performance indicators.
The CAPS Online course includes the following modules, which can each be purchased individually: Client Services and Stakeholder Relations Investment Management Improving Asset Performance Asset Evaluation and Preservation Talent Development Contemporary Issues in Multifamily Housing.
To obtain the CAPS credential, candidates must complete the following: Minimum of 24 months employment as a multi-site supervisor or be either a CAM, ARM or RAM credential holder in good standing Successful completion of all CAPS course work (totaling 40 hours) Meet all examination standards within 6 months of declaring candidacy
Instructor - Bill Ardini
CAPS Course Schedule:
- March 10 - "Client Services and Stakeholder Relations" & "Investment Management"
- March 17 - "Improving Asset Performance" & "Asset Evaluation and Preservation"
- March 24 - "Talent Management" & "Contemporary Issues in Multi-Family Housing"
You can attend as in-person, live streaming, or view the recording.
Please note: Recordings will be available for this class up to fifteen business days after the class date.
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