Caption Contest!

NPMA Newsflash
Vol. 2017, Issue 05 February 01, 2017
Advance the profession of Asset Management through leadership in education, standards, compliance, and certifications.

Give Us Your Best Caption!

Check out NPMA’s Facebook page and comment on the recently posted cartoon with your most clever caption or email your idea to vpmarketing@npma.org by Friday, February 10. The winning caption will be announced in the April edition of the Property Professional magazine. Have fun and good luck!

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Welcome the Newest Member of the NPMA Family!

Earlier this week, NPMA’s Fleet Certification Manager, Emily Rhodes and her husband welcomed a beautiful baby boy. Both are healthy and doing well!

Certification Renewal Reminder

All property certifications are valid for five years, during which time the certified person must participate in the required professional activities listed below. The criteria is also listed on the NPMA website.

  1. Participated as an instructor or speaker in a property management program, training, or meeting.
  2. Attended two (2) conferences, seminars, training, or educational functions where technical, administrative, or managerial applications on property management were discussed or demonstrated. This includes events sponsored by NPMA chapters.
  3. Attained one hundred-twenty (120) Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from a university, college, government, industry, or professional organization (e.g. NPMA, NCMA, NMA, AMA, DAU, APICS) for courses/seminars related to property management. NOTE: 1 hour of instruction is equal to 1 CEU. (May be CEUS earned by attendance at educational events reflected in criteria No. 2 above)
  4. Completed five (5) property related webinars or on-line training sessions over past 5 years.
  5. Authored or co-authored a presentation, paper, thesis, or article about property administration or property management either published or electronic.
  6. Actively participated in a property council or a consensus-based standards association.
  7. Served as an Officer or a Committee Member of a property association at the Chapter, Regional, National, or international level.
  8. Worked in or supervised property-related position(s) during the past five years.

To renew, members need to submit a complete Certification Renewal Application and ALL support documentation required. Submissions should be submitted online in one PDF to certification@npma.org. Incomplete renewal submissions will delay the renewal process as applications cannot be approved without the proper documentation. While some members may receive an email notification reminding them that their certification is about to expire, ultimately it is the member’s responsibility to view their NPMA profile and check their certification’s expiration date. It is advisable that members review their profile regularly and renew early to ensure that applications are not submitted late. 

Late renewals are subject to late fees or retest. Certification renewal applications can be submitted up to 120 days after the certification expiration date as long as the individual has been an NPMA member for the last 12 months. If the application is received between 30 and 120 days after the expiration date, a $100 late fee will be imposed. Applications received more than 120 days after the required renewal date will be rejected and the member will be required to retest at the highest level previously obtained or the member will drop to the level below the highest level they did not renew. 

Late renewals or failure to meet all of the renewal requirements may be appealed to the certification CGB Appeals/Disciplinary Committee.


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