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Florida Community Association Manager's 18 Hour Pre-license Course (CAM) - Online by Video Streaming Presentation




Community Association Management License Course

$269 + $10 shipping fee

Why get a CAM license?


As condominiums continue to be developed across the Florida landscape, as almost 20 percent of Florida's population lives in a condominium, Community Association Managers are continually finding opportunities to expand their careers.  Many real estate licensees involved in property management of rental units also discover that condo management is a perfect fit within their property management department.


Cooke School is proud to be able to provide a convenient method to take the 18 Hour Community Management Course requirement in the comfort of home.

The Best Option for the CAM License Course


This is an approved Community Association Managers Course where the student:

  • can attend class at home.
  • has no travel involved.
  • has no inconvenient hours to keep.
  • can lunch out of their own refrigerator.
  • has no hotel expenses.
  • can sleep in their own bed.
  • can take their time for the course is good for six months.
  • can view over and over the materials of the course and the course presentations. 


Online with Video Presentations

Cooke Real Estate School provides the required CAM course totally online with a video presentation for each Session.

The course comes with a very informative text The Condominium Concept by Peter M. Dunbar, Esq.  Students will find that this text the source for answers to the many questions that will be asked during their condominium management career. 

Requirements for Licensure and the Licensing Process


  • Applicants must be at least 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or an equivalent, be honest, truthful and of good character.  Florida residency or U.S. Citizenship  is NOT a requirement.  Applicants must have a Social Security Number.
  • Applicants must attend an approved eighteen (18) hour CAM pre-license course and satisfactory complete the course prior to making application to the state to take the state examination. 
  • Important NOTE: The course completion certificate is valid for twelve (12) months.
  • A Community Association Manager's license is required for those who want to manage homeowners and condominium associations of more that than 10 units or have an annual budget in excess of $100,000. 
  • Once the student successfully completes the 18 Hour Community Association Management Course the student can make APPLICATION to the Department of Business and Professional Regulation and the required FINGERPRINTING process.
  • Once the student passes the State Exam with minimum score of 75% a license is provided.
  • Please read this document, CAM Candidate Information Booklet, for it has lots of important information regarding the CAM licensing process.
  • Many questions are answered here:  Frequently Asked Questions for CAM

How does this On-line program work?
  1. At the time of registration for this online course, the student will receive two e-mails. One e-mail is a receipt for purchase and the second e-mail verifies the student's registration with a user name and password to access their Student Page.
  2. Students can access their Course Page by going to a Cooke web site then to the light blue icon on the right side of all web pages:  "Cooke School Student Login".  Insert the user name and password received in the e-mails in the place where indicated and the student will then be on their Course Page with their name at the top.
  3. The book The Condominium Concept by Peter Dunbar, Esq. is supplemental text to the course.  The book is mailed by U.S. Postal Services' Priority Mail.  The Postal Service advertises two to three day delivery.
  4. This course is composed of 9 sessions.  Students can access the streaming video 24 hours a day seven days a week. After viewing each session presentation, the student must complete the module assessment. The student must score a minimum of 80% on each session's quiz.   On vocabulary matching exercise assessment, the student must match all items and receive 100% on the exercise before being able to access the next session.  Both the quiz and the matching exercise can be repeated as many times as necessary to pass.
  5. Completing each assessment is the most important part of the course, because as the student works through these sessions, the student absorbs and masters the material.
  6. A student CANNOT move onto the next session without passing the previous one and the student will not be able to access the Summary Quiz until everything is complete and passed.
  7. There are text links for each Session.  Please NOTE that in each session, the document, "Important Points to Remember," students are encourage to print out the document before viewing the session, for it will help in the learning process.  Students are encourage to make notes as they go through each session's presentation.
  8. Once all the modules are completed the student can then access the practice 50 question multiple choice Summary Quiz..  The student must successfully complete the Summary Quiz with a minimum score of 70%. If the student does not meet minimum requirement the student must retake the quiz again until a passing grade is achieved.
  9. Once the Summary quiz  is successfully completed the Evaluation link becomes available. Students are asked to complete the Evaluation.
  10. There is a time requirement for each video presentation, which it student needs to view in real time.  If the student puts the video on a faster speed it will not reduce the time requirement. 
  11. There is a 900 minute (18 hours at 50 minutes per hour) course time requirement.
  12. Upon successfully completing Summary quiz and completing the time requirement., an e-mail is sent to the student with a link to the Certificate of Completion".  The student must then print the certificate and attach it to the state application.

Information the student needs to know before taking this course:
  1. Once the student purchases this course, the student CANNOT get a refund.
  2. Once the student purchases the course, the student has six (6) months to complete the program.
  3. This streaming video course is complete in itself, the additional textbook The Condominium Concept is a free gift reference to enhance the student's career.
  4. The student can work through the course at the student's convenience.