SEMINARS
Condo, HOA and Property Management Expo & Seminars
Tampa Convention Center - Thursday, August 6th, 2020

We are adding to our list of presenters regularly.  Please check back often for updates on the latest industry leaders who will be contributing their expertise.





BOARD CERTIFICATION COURSE - 2 CEU'S (BC)
9:00 am - 11:00 am
PRESENTED BY: Eric Glazer - Glazer & Sachs P.A.
Fulfill your legally mandated education requirements while learning valuable and integral information in this comprehensive board member certification course. Topics discussed will include condominium management and operations, proper procedures for board member election, budgeting and fiscal responsibilities, as well as an overview of current condominium laws to assist in the understanding of board members' legal duties. This course has been approved by the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.


HEALTHY, WEALTHY AND WISE: RESERVING FOR THE FUTURE - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)
10:00 am - 11:00 am
PRESENTED BY: Matt Kuisle - Reserve Advisors
Gain an in-depth knowledge of the requirements and procedures for establishing reserves for community associations, with special emphasis on the statutes 718.112 and 720.303 and FL Administrative Code (61B-22.005). Understand the ins-and-outs of reserves, reserve studies component funding, cash flow or "pooled" funding and items often overlooked in reserve schedules.


INSURANCE CLAIMS HINTS & TIPS FOR YOUR CLIENT, THE INSURED - 1 CEU (IFM/ELE)
10:00 am - 11:00 am
PRESENTED BY: Kevin Downs - Five Star Claims Adjusting
Lean how to navigate the difficult landscape of filing and handling an insurance claim as the insured or manager. Understand the rights and duties as a policy holder and what role certain people orvendors play during the insurance claims process within a condominium or HOA community.


WHAT DIRECTORS OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS NEED TO KNOW ABOUT LEGAL RESPONSIBILITIES & BEST PRACTICES - 1 CEU (HR)
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
PRESENTED BY: Kelly A. Blum - FL Legal Group
This course provides officers and directors with process and procedures on amending their governing documents, how the hierarchy of the associations’ documents affect enforcement of the covenants, what amendments are enforceable and not, imposing fines against homeowners for violations of the governing documents, how amendments affect collection of assessments and day to day business of the association. This 1 hour class if packed with very informative procedures every board member should know about amending and enforcing its governing document.


DEALING WITH DIFFICULT PEOPLE - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
12:45 pm - 1:45 pm
PRESENTED BY: Ellen Hirsch de Haan - Wetherington Hamilton
Gain insight into developing effective communication and negotiating skills, recognizing and successfully working with different behavior types, and diffusing situations before they escalate.


FIBER OPTICS 101 - 1 CEU (ELE)
12:45 pm - 1:45 pm
PRESENTED BY: Bob Allecca - OpticalTel
Discover the advantages and cost saving benefits of using fiber optics for telecommunications and internet in your property. Explore in depth how fiber optics work, how they compares to coaxial cable,and how they will future proof your community, as well as increase property value.


LEGAL UPDATE – 2 CEU'S (LU)
2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
PRESENTED BY: Kaye Bender Rembaum
Get updated on the most recent legislative changes and discuss the statutory changes made by Florida Legislature and how they directly affect managers and their communities, such as official records, fining, websites, board meetings, elections, MRTA, amendments, director term limits, electronic vehicles charging stations, delinquent assessment collections, director conflicts of interests, etc.


HOW TO PREVENT A BUILDING PROJECT FROM BECOMING A DISASTER - 1 CEU (HR/ELE)
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
PRESENTED BY: Michael Zawaki - Presentation Dynamics
Learn how to ensure that your project will run smoothly and within budget from the inception of the bidding process through completion.


A C.A.M.'S GUIDE TO INSURANCE CLAIMS AFTER THE STORM - 1 CEU (IFM)
2:30 pm - 3:30 pm
PRESENTED BY: Cohen Law Group
Learn proven strategies and gain legal insights that will insure success in restoring your communities when tragedy strikes to maximize recovery. Discuss the vital elements necessary to navigate the filing and proper management of an insurance claim. Provide strategies to overcome tactics that maybe used to stall, underpay or deny your claims. Review your coverage; your rights; your contractors; your legal council; your role in successfully executing a recovery for your community.