HYATT REGENCY | JAMES L. KNIGHT CENTER - Oct. 9, 2018
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Hyatt Regency Hotel | James L Knight Center - Tue. October 9th, 2018 10:30am to 3:00pm (Seminars begin at 9:00am)


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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. 

 

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Condo, HOA's and Property Management Expo & Seminars

 We are adding to our list of presenters regularly.  Please check back often for updates.  

Note: Because of time constraints, many courses may take place simultaneously.  Please scroll down the page to see all available course options so that you may plan your day accordingly.






CONDO & HOA BOARD CERTIFICATION - 2 CEU'S (BC)
9:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Eric Glazer - Glazer & Sachs, P.A.
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.(Course: 9626111)


CONTRACT BASICS - 1 CEU (OPP)
10:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Avi T. Tryson - Goede, Adamczyk, DeBoest & Cross
Gain a basic understanding of contracts as they apply to Associations. Topics include contract definitions and terms, contracts for operation, maintenance or management, and construction lien law.


AVOIDING THE PERILS OF INSURANCE CLAIMS - 1 CEU (ELE)
10:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Michael Clark - SRHL Law
This course is designed to guide policyholders who are seeking relief from their insurers through the claims process to help them understand how to properly file a claim and what to expect after they’ve filed.


LOANS OR LINE OF CREDIT WHICH LENDING OPTION IS BEST - 1 CEU (IFM)
10:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: Kathleen Karpovich - Florida Community Bank
Understanding the best lending solution for an Association’s needs, how to best assess lending options. We can change it if needed as you get things more set.


VIOLATION & FINING PROCEDURES FOR COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
10:00am - 11:00am
PRESENTED BY: John W. Stevens - Stevens & Goldwyn P.A.
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.


FACILITIES UPGRADES: WHAT A CAM MUST KNOW - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Henry Dow - The Water Restoration Group
The Facilities Upgrades: What a CAM Must Know course (#9627136) will cover the difference between capital Improvements and routine repairs and the accounting components of each. It explores which parties are involved in a capital improvement project, how these parties are compensated and the different forms of compensation. Important factors when choosing a contractor, the bidding process and how to analyze and compare bids are also discussed


FLOOD MITIGATION TRAINING - 1 CEU (OPP)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Stephen Gill - Flood Risk America
Learn the conceptual elements of flooding, how to prevent, mitigate, prepare, and recover from an emergency flooding situation.


MASTERING THE ART OF GIVING GREAT PHONE - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
12:30pm - 1:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Michael G. Zawaki - Presentation Dynamics, Inc.
Gain an understanding of the importance of developing telephone skills, and aid in promoting quality service for unit owners.


ARE YOU HURRICANE READY? - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
12:45pm - 1:45pm
PRESENTED BY: Leeyen Sieza - Super Restoration
Hurricane seasons can be unpredictable. Although, South Florida hadn’t been impacted by a hurricane in a dozen years, Hurricane Irma changed that. Are you ready for the next storm? Is your Association ready for the next storm? This workshop focuses on contingency planning and what you can do now to prepare, mitigate loss and ensure that your asset is protected.


WATERPROOFING & PAINTING ESSENTIALS - 1 CEU (OPP)
12:45pm - 1:45pm
PRESENTED BY: M2E Consulting Engineers
Learn about the importance and essentials of waterproofing and painting your building. This course will examine the best ways to preserve and prolong the life expectancy of your building while protecting its use and contents. (Course #9626424)


BETTER BIDDING PROCEDURES - 1 CEU (OPP/ELE)
1:30pm - 2:30pm
PRESENTED BY: DSS Condo
Understand the legal requirements for obtaining multiple bids, what an RFP is and why it is useful, and the basic methods for how to ensure contractors are qualified to complete their project. Discuss the process of leveling bids and making accurate comparisons between contractors/vendors.


2019 LEGAL UPDATE – 2 CEUs (LU)
2:30pm - 4:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Michael Bender - Kaye Bender Rembaum
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.


ASSOCIATION FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT – BUDGET WORKSHOP - 1 CEU (IFM)
2:30pm - 3:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Dana Hizkiya - Next Generation Management Services
This course will evaluate a community budget in detail and explore the tools needed to understand the financial management of an association. Learn in a workshop style to analyze each line item in an Association's budget.


HOA FRAUD PREVENTION - 1 CEU (IFM)
2:30pm - 3:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Cesar de la Noval - Executive National Bank
This course involves a careful examination of how to detect, identify and prevent monetary fraud in a community association.


"VIDA EN EL MUNDO DE CONDOMINIOS" (SPANISH BOARD CERTIFICATION) - 2 CEU'S (BC)
2:30pm - 4:30pm
PRESENTED BY: Dania S. Fernandez, Esq. - Dania S. Fernandez & Associates, P.A.
"Vida en el Mundo de Condominios" is a spanish DBPR approved Board Certification course. The course incorporates Association laws, Board duties and responsibilities, handling a board meeting, insurance requirements, collection tactics, budget, elections and assessments. Throughout the course, all guests will be encouraged to participate in question and answer dialogue.


BUDGETS & RESERVES - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)
2:45pm - 3:45pm
PRESENTED BY: Lazaro Gonzalez - Florida DBPR
Learn the basics of budget preparation, including the purpose of the budget, the adoption process, budget components, and noticing requirements. This course also covers the different reserve types and how to calculate or waive funding to them properly in your association.