18 hours of Required Pre-licensure EducationJacobs, Jacobs & Associates, Inc. (JJA) offers the 18-hour (2 Day) pre-licensure course in St. Augustine, Florida. Please note that we are one of only thirteen schools in the state of Florida to offer this course. Our course is set up to prepare you take the State Exam as well as provide an education tool and reference material to assist you in your career as a Licensed Florida Community Association Manager. You will be welcome to return to any future courses at no additional cost for a review. It is up to you to schedule your State exam date.
Course PackageComplete Course Price: $275.00 Deposit: $50.00 Due at Registration: $225.00
- Text Books
- Copies of current applicable Fla. Statutes
- Course “Final Examination” – for use as study material.
- Completion Slip
- Personalized diploma – suitable for framing.
- Applicable State and Federal laws
- Budgets and Financial Matters
- Insurance Matters
- Management & Maintenance
- We accept personal checks, cash, VISA, MasterCard.
Registration:A deposit of $50.00 is required to secure a place in a class. You may register by phone with a credit card or mail your deposit to our office at:
461 A1A Beach Blvd. St. Augustine, FL 32080
Course Schedule (2012)(2 day course) 8:00 am to 6:00 pm both days.
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- State and Federal Laws and Governing Documents (3.6 hours) This part provides an overview of the community association concept, an explanation of the laws that govern and effect community associations and you will learn how the governing documents work.
- Meetings and Procedures of the Association (4.5 hours) The community association is a lot like a government. You have to know about membership meetings, voting and election procedures, board meetings and committee meetings. The course also covers the rights and duties of the membership and the board.
- Budget and Financial Affairs (4.5 hours) The financial operations of the community associations are grounded in the budget, which covers operating expenses and capital expenditures and deferred maintenance. In addition, we cover financial reporting taxes and employment laws.
- Insurance (2.16 hours) The course provides instruction in the requirements for insurance as related to association property and unit owner property. You will learn statute requirements regarding general liability insurance issues, directors and officers liability insurance, fidelity bonds and more. In addition, you will be introduced to the process of making and carrying out decisions that minimize the adverse effects of accidental losses.
- General Management (3.24 hours) This section covers human resource management topics, maintenance programs, maintenance contracts, maintenance standards, the rights of the association to restrict owner rights and arbitration of disputes. Also covered are special, statutory provisions related to fire safety, elevators, pools, security guards and pest control.