Florida CAM Schools
Experience · Education · Innovation
Our sole mission is to provide education and professional development to community association management professionals which include licensed managers and community association management companies, license applicants, service providers, and community volunteers by offering continuing education courses, prelicensing courses, staff development workshops, follow up support, on-line resources, course materials, assessment tools, and coaching services. Florida CAM Schools is a partnership of Betsy Barbieux, CAM, CFCAM, and The Florida Community Association Journal who together have decades of experience and involvement in community association management.
Considered an expert, Betsy Barbieux, CAM, CFCAM, has the skill and knowledge to guide managers and community association boards in handling the day-to-day operations of their communities and at the same time deal with different communication styles, difficult personalities, and conflict. Effective communication and efficient management are her goals. Betsy has educated thousands of community association managers, staff members, and directors. She is the champion for those who want winning relationships with their boards, residents, staff, and vendors.
Betsy is the author of "Boardmanship, The Right Person at the Right Place With the Right Skills." Look for Betsy's monthly articles in The Florida Community Association Journal, a magazine that supports all aspects of community association management. Betsy was appointed by Gov. Rick Scott in 2013 to serve on the Florida Regulatory Council for Community Association Managers. She is also an expert witness.
The Florida Community Association Journal has continued for 22 years to provide news and vital information to operators of condominiums, homeowners associations, cooperatives and other multi unit communities every month. The magazine has earned the reputation of being the industry's most authoritative voice. FLCAJ contains news and feature articles dealing with areas of interest to managers and board members. The editorial covers legal matters, accounting practices, insurance, rules enforcement, cost-saving practices, industry events, building and grounds maintenance, security solutions, education, and more.