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. Our Condominium Management Program is made up of four courses that meet the education requirements for the Condominium Management General Licence from the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario (CMRAO). It is intended both for those preparing to begin a career in condominium management and for 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.
This program is offered by George Brown College Continuing Education in partnership with the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO).
Core Courses (Four)
This should be completed first if possible:
Completion order for all others is only limited by course prerequisites:
Contact the Continuing Education Business Studies department at 416-415-5000, ext. 2163, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting their office at St. James Campus, 193 King St. E., Building G (SJG), third floor.
Disclaimer: The Condominium Management General Licence is awarded by the CMRAO, and the RCM designation is awarded by the ACMO. The information provided here does not represent the extent of the requirements for either the Condominium Management General Licence or the RCM designation. The requirements are set by the CMRAO and the ACMO respectively, not George Brown College, so you must follow the process listed on their websites and meet the requirements applicable to you to achieve the credential. CMRAO and ACMO policies are subject to change without notice, and George Brown College is not responsible for any information errors or inaccuracies that result from a change in CMRAO or ACMO policies.