- January 28, 2015
- January 28, 2015
- January 27, 2015
NAAEI developed the National Training initiative to bring training, such as the Certificate for Maintenance Technicians (CAMT), to areas of the country where training is not readily available for various reasons.
Local apartment associations and apartment management companies contact NAAEI to present this training.
Is there a difference between taking a course through National Training and taking a course with my local apartment association?
No. The CAMT curriculum is developed by NAAEI. Local apartment associations and apartment management companies who offer CAMT are using NAAEI's CAMT curriculum. Aside from program delivery, there is no difference in the core concepts that appear in the curriculum.
Is the CAMT program nationally accredited?
Yes. In June 2010, NAAEI's CAMT program achieved accreditation by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), a private non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system.
The CAMT program is the only apartment industry program to be accredited by ANSI.
NAAEI's Refund Policy for National Training Courses
Absolutely no refunds will be issued. If for any reason you cannot attend the course, you or your company may send someone in your place. If you choose to drop the class and cannot replace your seat, you may receive a credit towards another National Training course.
For more information about group rates and payment plans, contact Kim McCrossen at 703/797-0610. If you are an NAA affiliate, please download the request form and email/fax to Kim McCrossen at 703/248-8370.
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