Florida Board Member Certification Online Course for Condo, HOA & Coop
State Approved Certification Education for Newly Elected Association Board Members.
Designed to provide exactly what you need to know to become a effective board director and officer.
1. Community Operations
2. Budget & Reserves
3. Records Access
4. Bids and Contracts
5. Financial Reporting
7. Problem Solving and Dispute Resolution
Earn the state of Florida board member leadership Certification.
90 minutes self-paced certification online certification from the comfort and privacy of your home.
Fast and comprehensive course using your laptop, tablet or mobile device.
Instant certification delivery
upon course completion.
The Course is Specifically Tailored to Your Type of Association
As an owner living in a condominium, homeowners association, or cooperative, you understand how important it is to have an reliable board of directors.
This certification is designed to provide a foundation for effective community association board members.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Florida law requires for newly elected Condo, HOA and Coop board members about getting certified?
New board members have 90 days to complete an education curriculum approved by the State. Otherwise, board members are required by Florida statutes to sign and submit a written certification that meets specific statutory requirements.
How do I establish compliance with Florida’s new board member certification requirement?
You will receive a certificate of completion immediately after completing the course. You can then print or electronically submit your certificate to the secretary of your board.
Do I have to complete the course all at once?
Our online course tracks your progress and automatically bookmarks the last page you viewed. If you exit the course before completion, it will automatically open where you left off during your last session.
What happens if I don’t take Division-approved New Board Member Education?
New board members who fail to complete Division-approved New Board Member Education must certify in writing to the secretary of the association that he or she has read the association's declaration of condominium, articles of incorporation, bylaws, and current written policies; that he or she will work to uphold such documents and policies to the best of his or her ability; and that he or she will faithfully discharge his or her fiduciary responsibility to the association's members.