Florida Community Association Manager Online Course
This state-approved Community Association Manager (CAM) online course satisfies the 16-hour pre-licensing course requirement to become a Community Association Manager in Florida.
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The State of Florida requires that you take a 16-hour state-approved course to apply for the CAM exam.
Submit your Application
Submitting your CAM Licensing Application is a very easy process in Florida. You can file it on the DBPR website.
Complete your Background Check.
The State of Florida and the DBPR office requires every applicant to complete a background check.
Schedule and Pass the Exam
Scheduling the Florida CAM licensing exam can be done online on the official exam provider website.
Meet your CAM Educators
Marc has been working in the real estate and online education industry for over 20 years. Six years ago, he launched one of the first online CAM course in the state Florida which turned out to be Marc’s true calling. Marc is passionate about online education and his goal is to help that all his students to pass their exam on the first try.
Meet Kiara, your support contact. Kiara joined the FastPass Learning team 3 years ago. She is a Community Association Manager veteran with 15+ years of experience in the field. Her goal is to help thousands of students pass the state licensure exam every year. She will support you throughout your real estate education journey.
Advantages of Becoming a Community Association Manager
Becoming a Community Association Manager is a great career path. The CAM licensing education with FastPass Learning makes it easier than ever to start the career of your dreams. Check out the perks below!
Earn a great income
Did you know that the average Community Association Manager salary is $71,000? That sounds great, doesn’t it? Well, it could be attainable for you with our CAM course.
intuitive learning experience
Our Florida CAM license course is designed to make it easy to learn all about community association management. This course will also prepare you to pass the exam.
Every day is different for a Community Association Manager. When you are not managing the staff, you will be dealing with vendors and supervising ongoing projects.
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Most frequent questions and answers
To get a CAM license in Florida, you must meet or complete the following requirements:
1. Be at least 18 years of age
2. Have a United States Social Security number
4. Hold a high school diploma or a GED
3. Complete a 16-hour pre-license course at a Florida DBPR approved-school (FastPass Learning is a Florida DBPR approved-school and only offers accredited courses)
4. Apply for the FL CAM licensing exam
5. Complete a background check
6. Pass the Florida CAM licensure exam with a minimum score of 75%
Here is the cost breakdown of obtaining a Community Association Manager license in FL:
1. Pre-license Course: $199, all-inclusive tuition with FastPass Learning
2. Application fee for the FL CAM license: $223.50, payable to Florida DBPR
3. Background Check/Fingerprints fee: Starting at $53.50, varies depending on location, payable to Pearson VUE
4. FL CAM Exam fee: $31.50, payable to Pearson VUE when scheduling the exam
The total cost of becoming a Community Association Manager in Florida is approximately $507.50.
Well, it depends. If you treat our 16-hour pre-licensing course like a full-time job, you could complete the course in less than three days. However, on average, students take 2 to 4 weeks to complete the course. This pace gives them the flexibility to work and maintain their regular activities while completing the course.
The exam has 100 questions, and you will have 3 hours to answer them. All the questions are multiple choices (A, B, C or D). You need obtain a score of at least 75% to pass the licensing exam.
The exam preparation that comes in your course package is the key to success. It will prepare you to pass the exam on your first try.
Yes, the Florida DBPR regulates condo association management, and requires every aspiring Community Association Manager to complete a 16-hour pre-licensing course before being able to schedule the CAM state exam.
Yes, the state of Florida allows CAM online course as long as the course is provided by a state-approved school like FastPass Learning. Furthermore, it is possible to sit for the state licensing exam from the comfort of your home. The exam is proctored online through the Florida DBPR’s official exam provider.