Earning your CAMT credentials boosts your knowledge and skills, your reputation, and your confidence.
You'll learn about: Processing work orders efficiently and to residents' satisfaction | Electrical, plumbing, HVAC, mechanical, appliance, construction, and lock and key services and repairs | Painting services | Customer service | Following company policy and procedures | Minimizing personal and property damage | Maintenance safety | Fair housing regulatory compliance | Environmental responsibility and regulatory compliance | Documenting and reporting maintenance activities in compliance with company policy and regulation | Curb appeal, property inspection, and daily maintenance | Maintaining recreational areas and common areas | Implementing a preventative maintenance schedule | Product repair and replacement decisions | Professional behavior, communication skills, and personal appearance
To obtain the CAMT credential, candidates must complete the following:
Minimum of 12 months of apartment or rental housing maintenance experience (This can be obtained while taking the course. You will receive a provisional certificate until this requirement is met.)
Successful completion of all CAMT coursework (totaling 80 hours)
Meet all examination standards within 12 months of declaring candidacy