Continuing Education

Requirements

NABO requires continuing education to make sure that all designees stay at the forefront of real estate and property management.

The RAM Board of Governors set forth Continuing Education guidelines for all RAMs effective January 1, 1982. This program has been designed to keep all RAMs at the forefront of the multifamily industry and to maintain the standards of the industry.

How it works

Under established guidelines, holders of the RAM designation, including Advanced RAMs, must acquire a minimum of 75 points each three-year period in order to maintain their privilege of RAM program affiliation. HUD public housing managers are exempt from continuing education requirements but are encouraged to continue their education and to submit continuing education profiles. Managers of HUD assisted or insured housing are not exempt from continuing education requirements.

All RAMs must report continuing education activity on their third annual anniversary with the program. Reports submitted to the national RAM office before that time will be returned. Please include verification of attendance or participation.

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