Neighborhood Services partners with other entities to provide trainings to homeowner associations (HOA), HOA board members and property managers.
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Whether by conducting meetings via Skype, taking minutes on your iPad, using a website or social media to build your associations online presence, or documenting violations through your smart phone, advances in technology are proving to be beneficial in all aspects of community association governance. Learn how to take advantage of technology in the HOA world, so your association can increase its operating efficiency, accessibility, and effectiveness, while proactively addressing the associated risks. Also, well touch on other technological advances such as Drones and Electrical Vehicle Charging, and how they are affecting community associations.
Are you confused about meeting protocol and the specific requirements of providing notice for meetings? Have you ever wondered if there is a right way or wrong way to take minutes? Have annual meeting disasters? In this class we will discuss the notice requirements for board and member meetings, including timing of notices, format, content, and manner of delivery. We will explore the art of minute taking. We will also discuss the most common pitfalls associations fall into when it comes to annual meetings, and how to avoid them.
The Roundtable program focuses on the education of HOA board members and homeowners. It allows attendees to ask questions and interact with people, including the speakers and their fellow board members and homeowners, in an informal and relaxed atmosphere. The Roundtable is different from the normal class format, where a lecturer teaches on a specific subject. Instead, it is set up so that we have three speakers who are experts on the assigned topics, and who field questions from the attendees at three different roundtables.
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