Humber College will help develop and deliver the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario’s (CMRAO) new education program for condominium managers.
“Over the past two years, the CMRAO has worked closely with our industry partners to develop a comprehensive education program for condominium managers to strengthen their knowledge base, and underscore the important role they play in protecting Ontario’s condominium communities,” said Aubrey LeBlanc, chair of the CMRAO Board of Directors.
Effective November 1, 2021, the authority for designating education requirements for condominium manager licensing will transfer from the minister of government and consumer services to the registrar of the CMRAO. CMRAO and Humber College signed an agreement to ensure the courses that train for a meaningful, stable condominium management career are available to all licence applicants across the province over the OntarioLearn platform.
Humber College will be responsible for the development of the soon-to-be mandatory Excellence in Condominium Management course, along with the development and coordinated delivery of five additional courses on behalf of the CMRAO. As of November 1, 2021, all limited licence applicants will be required to successfully complete the Excellence in Condominium Management course as part of their licence application.
“Humber has a long history of offering non-post-secondary, continuous professional learning and corporate training across multiple areas of expertise, including real estate education and property management,” said Rani Dhaliwal, senior vice-president, strategic partnerships, Humber College. “Our partnership with CMRAO will benefit learners as they will be taught, trained and have access to an updated curriculum designed to meet the needs of the growing condominium management market.”