Your education pathway depends on the type of licence you hold.
If you are interested in becoming a licensed condominium manager, follow the new entrants’ path to see all the steps required to become licensed.
Download the education pathway map here. [PDF - 147 kb]
In addition to all other requirements, individuals applying for a licence must complete certain education requirements to obtain a licence from the CMRAO to provide condominium management services. New education requirements came into effect on November 1, 2021, which may have an impact on the courses that are required to be eligible for a licence from the CMRAO.
If you have taken NO required courses before November 1, 2021:
As part of the application process for a Limited Licence, applicants must successfully complete Excellence in Condominium Management, the first course of the new education program, which is mandatory.
If you wish to pursue a General Licence, in addition to all other licensing requirements, you must successfully complete the following courses that are approved by the CMRAO:
If you have taken ANY required courses before November 1, 2021:
Prior to November 1, 2021, there were four courses developed by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario (ACMO), available to qualify for a General Licence:
All applicants for a General Licence who have enrolled in or have completed any of the above courses prior to November 1, 2021, AND who successfully complete all of these courses by October 31, 2022, will have complied with the educational requirements for a General Licence.
If you have registered for, or completed any of these four courses prior to November 1, 2021, you have until October 31, 2022, to successfully complete all these courses. If you do not complete all four of these courses by October 31, 2022, you will not be eligible for a General Licence, and will have to complete the education requirements set by the Registrar of the CMRAO.
Part of successful regulation in the public interest involves ensuring that all CMRAO licensees meet a defined standard of education.