CAM-Certified Apartment Manager Course
CAM- Certified Apartment Manager Course
5 Day Fast Track - Virtual
Earning your CAM credential allows you to demonstrate your skills, knowledge, and ability to manage an apartment community and achieve owners’ investment goals.
CAM Key Performance Indicators
Resident Satisfaction and Retention
Apartment Turnover Management
Service Request Fulfillment
Preventive Maintenance Management
Development of Team Members
Contractor and Vendor Management
Income and Expense Control and Management of Cash Flow
Budgeting and Monitoring Financial Performance to Achieve Owner's Investment Goals
Net Operating Income
NAAEI credential programs are scheduled by local and state affiliates.
CAM candidates must complete the following requirements to obtain the CAM credential. Candidates must complete the coursework and exam within 6 months of declaring candidacy.
- Minimum of 12 months of onsite property management experience
- Successful completion of CAM coursework (which totals 5 Days, 4 Hours, 20 hours)
- Successful completion of the CAM exam (1 month of last class.)
- The text used is the NAAEI Certified Apartment Manager course or the Certified
Apartment Supplier course, as appropriate. The learner should have access to the e-Book
Renew Your Credential
The CAM credential requires annual renewal based on the anniversary date of completion. Submission of both annual CAM dues of $100 and documentation of eight hours of continuing education credits should be submitted to complete the annual CAM renewal. Renew now.
For More Information:
Harker Heights, TX 76548 254.291.9457
Susan E. Weston, CAM, CAPS, Texas Broker NAAEI Senior Faculty
President, The Susan Weston Company
Susan has operated The Susan Weston Company since 2010 and consults and trains in the multifamily industry. Her industry career spans over 40 years in executive capacities in Operations, Human Resources and Learning and Development at both publicly traded and private companies.
She is a Certified Apartment Manager, a Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor, a Subject Matter Expert for the National Apartment Association Education Institute credential programs, a member of NAAEI Senior Faculty and a licensed Texas real estate broker. From 2012-2016, Susan taught residential property management programs in the School of Business at the University of North Texas. Since 2016 she has served on the National Council for the School of Business at Valparaiso University. In addition to her own original programming, Susan regularly teaches the NAA credential programs. In response to the pandemic, Susan wrote and launched the virtual delivery of NAAEI credential programs – NALP, CAM and CAPS