Certification Courses

Certified Apartment Manager® Certification Course (CAM Certification)

Earning your Certified Apartment Manager credential allows you to demonstrate that you have the knowledge and ability to manage an apartment community and achieve owners’ investment goals.  You’ll learn about comprehensive marketing plans, resident retention, contractors and vendors, resident communication, preventative maintenance programs, accounting principles and practices, employment regulations, maximizing property performance and income, and many more topics vital to successful apartment management.  The CAM Program consists of eight modules plus a comprehensive two-part certification exam.

Certified Pool & Spa Operator® Certification (CPO® Certification)

Earning the prestigious CPO® Certification gives you the latest information available based on science and research. CPO® Certification benefits include:

  • The most widely accepted program by local and state authorities
  • Knowledge in topics necessary for pool/spa operation
  • Confidence that courses are taught by NSPF® certified instructors
  • Comprehensive, annually updated materials
  • Gives participants a better understanding of the operator’s role in pool care, management and risk reduction
  • Access to monthly updates and news from NSPF
  • A leading certification for five years
  • Eligibility for IACET Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

EPA Section 608 Certification

The Federal Clean Air Act, Section 608, requires that persons who service, maintain,
repair or dispose of appliances and equipment that contain regulated refrigerants be
certified in proper refrigerant handing techniques. The EPA has also placed a sales
restriction on refrigerants, limiting the sale of regulated refrigerants to certified
technicians only. Technicians who violate these provisions may be fined, lose their
certification, and may be required to appear in Federal Court.

HVAC 410A Certification

Technicians need to be specially trained in the use of R-410A equipment for safety
because it has some characteristics that R-22 does not. The oil in R-410A is not
hydroscopic so installation techniques are more regimented. A deep vacuum must
be pulled to ensure that all moisture is removed and destructive acid is not formed.

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