Writing and Presenting a CEU Class: CAI West FL Young Professionals Committee Guide

Writing and Presenting a CEU Class: My Experience with CAI West Florida Chapter


As a member of the Young Professionals Committee at CAI’s West Florida Chapter, I recently had the opportunity to attend a webinar led by Bryony Swift, Esq. from Becker. The session provided invaluable insights into writing and presenting Continuing Education Unit (CEU) courses, particularly for Business Partner members like myself. Here’s a glimpse of what I learned.

The Importance of Course Content

  • Bryony Swift’s webinar greatly emphasized the significance of creating engaging and informative CEU courses for monthly events, educational luncheons, and webinars.
  • Discussing the impact of new legislation on education requirements for community managers, Bryony highlighted the need for updated and relevant content.

Meeting Future Demand

  • With pending bills expected to increase the demand for new classes, understanding the necessary topics and formats for CEU courses is more crucial than ever.
  • The session shed light on the importance of being proactive in identifying areas of interest within the industry.

Key Topics for CEU Classes

  • The webinar stressed the necessity of focusing on HOA-specific coursework and effective recordkeeping to enhance the educational value of the courses.
  • Bryony Swift underlined the importance of educating professionals on financial literacy, transparency, and efficient record management practices.

Closing Words

Overall, Bryony Swift’s webinar was an engaging and enlightening experience that enriched my understanding of the intricacies involved in writing and presenting CEU classes. As a member of the Young Professionals Committee, I look forward to applying the knowledge gained to contribute meaningfully to our educational initiatives.

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