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Training

AMG offers numerous training and educational opportunities for its employees, clients and friends. Frankly, because of our reputation in the industry, other managers often choose to participate in the training we offer. AMG and AMG staff members have even been tapped be the International City County Managers Association, USAID and US State Department to offer association training in developing countries worldwide. The Community Associations Institute calls on AMG staff to provide training to managers nationwide and AMG was asked in 2010 to provide Continuing Legal Education (at a seminar in Nassau, Bahamas) to members of the North Carolina Trial Lawyers Association. Email or call your local AMG office for a schedule of upcoming training.

Online Resources Available Right Now

AMG knows directors often need tools to help them perform their duties right away. The following are 6 tools directors tell us they appreciate:

  1. The Best Information on Parliamentary Procedure. This has everything you need to know to conduct a successful and organized meeting tonight. If you are interested in running efficient meetings, this is a vital resource. In additional to parliamentary procedure, you can learn about agenda preparation as well as meeting minutes (which we all know is of utmost importance as it provides a historical record).
  2. Board member ethics. This helps Board members make responsible choices for themselves and their communities.
  3. Fundamentals. Each common-interest community has its own history, personality, attributes and challenges, but all associations share common characteristics and core principles. Community Association Fundamentals fosters a better conceptual understanding of how associations function and the roles of residents and association leaders.
  4. Rights and Responsibilities for Better Communities outlines the responsibilities of the homeowner vs. the responsibilities of the board member. Many times homeowners believe that they have rights, but no responsibilities. This link quickly clarifies responsibilities that will lead to an association that runs smoothly with fewer disputes.
  5. Guidelines. There are basic expectations that apply to virtually any common-interest community. With this in mind, the Center for Community Association Volunteers developed the Community Association Governance Guidelines-12 principles that can help association board members increase harmony, reduce conflict and build stronger, more successful communities.
  6. An Introduction to Community Association Living. This is an excellent tool for homeowners as well as Board members in familiarizing them with the benefits and challenges of living in a homeowners association. This covers everything from the types of associations, the applicable laws, the DCCR's as well as how to create and sustain community spirit within your association. This is a "must read" for anyone that is interested in learning how a homeowner's association works.

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Books and Publications

AMG offers the weekly HOA eNews subscribe as well as a gamut of publications and books. Over the last fifteen (15) years, AMG has been the go to source for the convenient HOA Law Book, used by managers, board members and attorneys. If you would like your own copy of the latest edition of the HOA NC Law Book (email a request for the Law Book). A sample of the publications we offer is Guidance For Financial Management. Please review it now.

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