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As a member of AASET, you can become certified for various designations and attend informative seminars.
Rental housing industry professionals look to the Texas Apartment Association, National Apartment Association, and the local associations as a source for industry education.
TAA offers a variety of educational offerings to fit the needs of rental property owners, independent owners, management company executives, REIT executives, property supervisors, and onsite personnel. TAA also partners with the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs to offer affordable housing training programs statewide.
Many TAA-sponsored programs offer continuing education credits for CAM, CAMT, CAMT II, CAPS, CAS, and CALP designates, and Mandatory Continuing Education Credits (MCE) required by the Texas Real Estate Commission of real estate licensees.
The AASET also offers a variety of educational programs, covering legal issues, leasing techniques, maintenance concerns, and other issues. Many local affiliates also offer professional designation courses in cooperation with the National Apartment Association Education Institute and can grant continuing education credits, and in some cases, MCE credits.
Professional Designation Programs
Earning a professional designation identifies you as an authority in your field and demonstrates your commitment to your industry and your career. Many local apartment associations offer these designation programs, or you may choose to pursue an online certification through the National Apartment Association Education Institute (NAAEI). NAAEI develops and updates these courses; many were pioneered in Texas by TAA members.
- Certified Apartment Manager (CAM)
- Certificate for Apartment Maintenance Technicians (CAMT and CAMT II)
- Certified Apartment Portfolio Supervisor (CAPS)
- Certified Apartment Supplier (CAS)
- Certified Apartment Leasing Professional (CALP) and
- Independent Rental Owner Professional (IROP)
- Specialist in Housing Credit Management (SHCM)
- Credential for Green Management (CGPM)
Earning a credential demonstrates your commitment to your career and gives you valuable insights and real-world skills you can use on the job.
The NAA Education Institute (NAAEI) provides broad-based education, training, and recruitment programs for current and future apartment industry professionals.
TAA offers seminars for owners and top management, and for onsite professionals. TAA-sponsored seminars offer continuing education credits for CAM, CAMT and CAMT II, CAPS, CAS, IROP and CALP designates, and Mandatory Continuing Education credits (MCE) required by the Texas Real Estate Commission for real estate licensees.
"Credentials also validate your knowledge and skills, enhance your credibility,
boost your confidence and earn you respect among clients and peers."
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Make sure to check out our local events held monthly at AASET!