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Individual Membership

An individual who has been actively engaged in Condominium Management for at least two (2) years.

Corporate Membership

Any company, corporation, partnership, or firm engaged in the business of the management of condominiums in Alberta.

Associate Membership

Any individual, company, corporation, partnership or firm engaged in providing products or services to the condominium management industry.

Where'd the corporate membership go?

ACMA's board of directors has made the decision to eliminate the corporate membership. 

Why make this change? Because being a member is about your career.

We believe that a sincere professional forges their own career path through industry networking and education. We believe that ACMA is best able to support individuals, individual careers and individual learning. We are changing our membership categories to reflect that.

ACMA is the only professional organization offering support and education to condominium managers.   Your input and participation is necessary to shape a strong community of condominium managers to build awareness, further our education and solidify our reputations as professionals.

Make a commitment to yourself and join ACMA as an Individual member.  Reap the benefits of knowing you are networking, learning, and working for yourself.

The empowerment of ACMA membership and becoming involved in your industry gives further credence and promotion to not only yourself, but also your employer.  Your employer can promote their business and staff as professionals, leading the way in your industry to better serve the clientele.

Building relationships through networking with colleagues is of great value.  Learning from each other’s experiences; some similar, others bizarre.  Do not think of each other as rivals, but as cohorts and allies who “get where you are coming from and share your passion for the future.”

Only by banding together can we advance our industry and raise the bar of professionalism.

Individual Membership:

Individual Membership Benefits

  • Members Only events.
  • Network with condominium management professionals.
  • Ability to serve as a Committee Member.
  • Regular educational newsletters sharing insights and developments specific to our profession.
  • Expert key-note speakers at ACMA events sharing the latest research on trends (legislative, economic, environmental, to name a few) and products affecting our profession.
  • Annual call for membership renewal.

Requirements of Individual Membership

  1. Applicant must be actively engaged full-time at a professional level for at least two (2) years as a Condominium Manager as defined in the Real Estate Act. (see below),
  2. Summary of portfolio currently managed outlining: type, style and number of units.  Property names and locations are not required.
  3. Professional experience - resume or curriculum vitae.
  4. Academic achievements.
  5. Other professional organization affiliations.
  6. Must be nominated by two existing ACMA Members.
  7. Payment of annual dues.
  8. Approval of application by Board.

Professional Membership:

An individual who has met the academic requirements and is actively engaged in Condominium Management.

Professional Membership Benefits

  • Members Only events.
  • Network with condominium management professionals.
  • Voting privileges.
  • Ability to serve on the Board.
  • Ability to serve as a Committee Chair or Committee Member.
  • Regular educational newsletters sharing insights and developments specific to our profession.
  • Expert key-note speakers at ACMA events sharing the latest research on trends (legislative, economic, environmental, to name a few) and products affecting our profession.
  • Annual call for membership renewal.
  • RCM designates automatically receive annual membership and voting privileges to NACM (National Association of Condominium Managers.)

Requirements of Professional Membership:

  1. Applicant must be actively engaged full-time at a professional level as a Condominium Manager as defined in the Real Estate Act. (see below)
  2. Meet academic requirements. (see below)
  3. Must be nominated by two existing ACMA Members.
  4. Professional experience - resume or curriculum vitae.
  5. Academic achievements.
  6. Other professional organization affiliations.
  7. Summary of portfolio currently managed outlining: type, style and number of units.  Property names and locations are not required.
  8. Payment of annual dues.
  9. Approval of application by Board.

Academic offerings of ACMA for Professional Membership:

Accredited Condominium Manager (ACM) - Any individual who has successfully completed such courses and has met such other criteria as the Board shall from time to time establish, and is employed as a condominium manager, is entitled to use the designation Accredited Condominium Manager (ACM) as long as he is a member in good standing of ACMA and abides by the Association's Code of Ethics, Bylaws and Standards.

Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) - Any individual who is directly employed in condominium management in Alberta and currently employed as a condominium manager may write the RCM examination(s) providing the individual has successfully completed such courses and has met such other criteria as established from time to time by the Board. Upon successfully completing the required examination(s) and meeting all other criteria, the member is entitled to use the designation Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) as long as he is a member in good standing of ACMA and abides by the Association's Code of Ethics, Bylaws and Standards.

Condominium Manager as defined by the Real Estate Act:

“condominium manager” means

(i) a person who, for consideration or other compensation, either alone or through one or more persons, provides a condominium management service to a condominium corporation, or….

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