• Condominium Management Certificate

    Ontario has thousands of condominium corporations, and the vast majority of new homes under construction in the Greater Toronto Area are condo units. Under the Condominium Management Services Act, you must have a licence to practice as a condominium manager in Ontario. The process for obtaining a general licence from the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO) includes an educational requirement. Offered in partnership with the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO), our Condominium Management Certificate is made up of four courses that meet that educational requirement. It is intended for both those preparing to begin a career in condominium management and those already working in this rapidly growing field. The required courses help you gain a strong theoretical and practical foundation in the fundamentals of condo management by exploring the essentials of condominium law, financial management, administration, human resources and facilities management.


    CMRAO Licence:

    CMRAO licence requirements are set by the CMRAO, not George Brown College. To pursue a CMRAO general licence (or any other CMRAO qualification), you must follow the process listed on the CMRAO website and meet the requirements applicable to you. For more information about applying for a licence, visit the CMRAO website.

    RCM Exam:

    If you complete this certificate, you will be eligible to write the Registered Condominium Manager (RCM) exam administered by the ACMO. For more information about the RCM exam and designation, visit the ACMO website.

    Completion Details

    We would advise you to complete our ACMO 9001 Condominium Law course before you take the other courses in this certificate. However, the order in which you complete the course requirements is only restricted by course prerequisites.

    Compulsory Courses (Four)