Florida CAM License Online Course
This course satisfies the 16-hour CAM pre-licensing requirements to become a community association manager in Florida.
The course includes interactive study tools, updated practice tests & exam simulations to help you pass the Florida CAM exam the first time.
Designed to provide exactly what you need to know to pass your property manager exam the 1st time. Top passing rate among Florida's schools.
Save time and money by avoiding traffic and parking of tedious classes.
Complete your CAM courses online from anywhere. Florida residency is not required.
Obtain 24/7 support from an instructor anytime you need it.
Florida State-Approved CAM School.
Meet the Best CAM Course Online Platform
Prolicense Florida is the leading online school for Licensed Community Association Managers (LCAM). We teach through interaction, which is proven to be a far more effective method of learning than attending classes or reading a boring book. Our content delivery platform, makes it easy for you to engage with the content providing a highest success rate at the State exam.
3. Budget & Finances
5. Management & Maintenance
6. End-of-Course Examination
7. 100 Flashcards
8. 400 Multiple-Choice Questions Exam Simulator
Jose Garcia, CAM Instructor
Jose has taught several subjects related to real estate and community association management for over ten years. He is passionate about distance education, reading and traveling. His goal is to help you pass the state exam on your first attempt.
Patricia Miller, CAM Instructor
Patricia joined Prolicense in 2018 and is the Director of CAM Education. She teaches and writes CAM continuing education and pre-license courses and brings extensive experience to the learners. Her goal is to present you with the most comprehensive CAM course available in Florida.
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Frequently asked questions about getting your CAM license in Florida.
What is a Community Association Manager (CAM) license in Florida?
A Florida CAM License is required when managing a community association of more than 10 units and/or with an annual budget in excess of $100,000. Types of properties that hire CAM License holders are condominiums, homeowners associations, cooperatives, timeshares, mobile home parks and planned unit developments.
What are the requirements for a Community Association Manager (CAM) license in Florida?
To obtain a Community Association Manager (CAM) license in Florida you must:
1. Be at least 18 years of age.
2. Complete a state-approved 16-hour pre-licensing course.
3. Get your fingerprints taken.
4. Submit and obtain approval of a CAM application.
5. Pass the state examination with a score of 75% and over.
6. You do not need to be a Florida resident.
How much does it cost to get a CAM license in Florida?
1. Enroll into a pre-licensing course: $189 payable to Prolicense Florida.
2. Submit a CAM license application: $223.50 payable to the Florida DBPR.
3. Get your fingerprints taken: $53.50 payable to Pearson VUE.
4. Schedule your state examination: $31.50 payable to Pearson VUE.
How long does it take to get a CAM license in Florida?
It generally takes between 10 to 30 days. The delay to obtain your CAM license depends mainly on you:
1. Completing your pre-license course: 16 hours.
2. Submitting your CAM license application: 30 to 60 minutes.
3. Getting your fingerprints taken: 2 to 5 days.
4. Approval by the state : 3 to 7 days.
5. Scheduling and taking your state examination: 2 to 10 days.
Is the Florida CAM exam hard?
You have 3 hours to answer 100 multiple-choice questions (a, b, c, d). The passing score is 75%. The test is not difficult for those who are well prepared. After learning the basic concepts of the pre-licensing course, the key to the success of the state exam is to complete the practice tests included in the program. You should repeat the questions until you master at least 85% of these assessments. Flashcards are also an excellent tool to help memorize the key topics.
Community association manager duties in Florida?
1. Manage condominiums, HOAs, planned unit developments, cooperatives (coop).
2. Administer and oversee the association funds.
3. Supervise the preparation of the budgets and other financial documents for an association.
4. Ensure appropriate notices to conduct association meetings.
5. Coordinate maintenance and contracts with employees and services providers.
6. Perform various day-to-day tasks involved with the operation of a community association.