Condo directors play a critical role in making sure that the condo corporation is well run and in maintaining a strong condominium community. A condo board is responsible for providing good governance for the corporation, and fostering a positive community culture. Each condominium is a unique community that is made up of people from different walks of life, with a range of backgrounds, beliefs, interests and perspectives.
The CAO is mandated to provide training to condominium directors about their responsibilities and legal obligations. For the next two months, the CAO is offering four pilot modules in order to obtain feedback from condo owners, residents or members of the public.
NOTE: Directors of condominium boards will be required to complete mandatory training at a later date in order to continue as a board member. Completing the modules below will not count towards this requirement. Stay tuned to our website for more information on CAO’s mandatory training program for directors.
The training is free of charge, and includes the following:
This module provides information on the unique features of condominiums and their operations. It includes information on what a condominium is; how condominiums are created; and, describes how condominiums are run.
This module provides an overview of the key legal and operational documents for condominiums. In this module, you will learn about the purpose of the Condominium Act, 1998; the declaration, rules and by-laws. You will also learn how these documents govern condominiums and how they are amended. This module also includes information of other pieces of legislation that are relevant to the operation of a condominium.
This module describes the role and responsibilities of a director, their statutory obligations, and the corporate governance principles that guide directors and their decision-making. This module also includes information on the election process for positions on the board, and the terms of directors.
This module focuses on strategies for maintaining positive relationships with owners, board members, and condominium managers, and includes strategies for engaging owners and residents and fostering positive outcomes when issues arise.
The CAO is committed to improving this training. Your feedback is very much appreciated.