You may choose to apply for a General Licence after you have completed the required work experience and education. You must complete these requirements within five years of applying for the General Licence.
Currently, one or more of the following would satisfy the education requirement:
For the work experience requirement, individuals must have completed 2,920 hours of supervised work and performed the following activities under the supervision of one or more supervising licensees:
A condo manager who holds a Transitional General Licence or a General Licence may supervise someone who holds a Limited Licence. The nature or level of supervision may vary, but must always involve:
The supervisor should be readily available but does not necessarily have to be present at the location of the Limited Licence holder. In order to supervise effectively and be responsible for the activities they supervise or approve, the supervisor must have access to the condo records that belong to the Limited Licence holder’s clients.
The conditions placed on a Limited Licence require the supervising condo manager to approve and be responsible for certain activities before they are carried out, including:
Holders of Limited Licenses may take actions, without prior approval, to ensure the immediate safety or security of anyone using the property. Also, the condo corporation, supervisor or supervisee needs to arrange for certain activities that the Limited Licence holder may do under supervision but is not legally permitted to do alone, including:
The condo management provider has a responsibility to ensure an adequate level of supervision for the Limited Licence holders that they employ. Please refer to Sections 7, 8, 10 and 22 of the General Regulation for more details.