There are no exemptions granted for educational courses completed that are not ACMO courses.
All applicants, regardless of experience level, are required to become Candidate Members of ACMO in order to be eligible to write the RCM exam.
If applicants fail the RCM exam, they are permitted two rewrites.
All applicants must submit up-to-date curriculum vitae or resume clearly indicating the level of experience required as a condominium property manager.
Having obtained the R.C.M. designation, the member must complete 20 continuing education points per year. In becoming an R.C.M., the member also agrees to be governed by the ACMO Code of Professional Ethics. Clients have full recourse to the complaints resolution procedure which accompanies the Code.
All applicants are required to pay applicable course, exam and membership fees.