Gain the knowledge and skills required for efficient day-to-day management of condominium operations, including development of internal policies and procedures, maintenance of condominium records, contract management, organization of meetings and preparation of various documents. Learn how to communicate effectively with internal and external stakeholders and to resolve conflicts.
* It is strongly recommended to have passed the Condominium Law 1 and Condominium Financial Management courses before enrolling in this course.
Day & Time
|In class Section
Regular fee per course: $995*
Course Duration: 30 hours in class, plus approximately 10 hours for readings & assignments
6 sessions of 3 hours each (6:00 - 9:00 p.m.) plus 2 full-day sessions on 2 Saturdays (9 a.m. - 4 p.m.)
Location: 688 Sherbrooke Street West
* Fees for non-credit courses apply
This course is part of the Certificate in Condominium Management program. For more information, click here.
If you wish to register for an individual course without being admitted to the program, please contact us:
Phone: at 514-398-6200
Email: pdregistrations.conted [at] mcgill.ca
Address: 688 Sherbrooke St. West, 11th floor
Condo manager’s role, authority and responsibilities
Communications between the manager and the stakeholders: syndicate, co-owners, suppliers, other professionals, neighbourhood partners
Human resources management
Managing deliberative assemblies (syndicate and general meeting of co-owners): document preparation, convocation, roles, authority and duties, governance and procedures, votes required for each type of modification, follow-ups
Daily administration: records, collection, enforcement of regulations, conflict resolution between parties, transfer of co-ownership
Transition between condo managers or with the promoter
New challenges for condominiums
Case studies, summary and best practices
Fees may be paid by Visa, Mastercard or AMEX. We also accept payment by personal cheque.
For all other inquiries, please contact 514-398-5454 or pd.conted [at] mcgill.ca.
Third Party Sponsorship
Companies paying fees on behalf of their employees may be eligible for a tax deduction in accordance with Bill 90, or for the refundable training tax credit. To find out more, click here.
If you have an agreement with your employer whereby the company should be billed directly for your course fees, please refer to the Student Accounts Website for instructions on initiating a Third Party Sponsorship. You should submit all the required Third Party Sponsorship documents along with your registration.
Course Drop/Withdrawal Policy
- Any time prior to the 1st class: Course Drop Period with Full Refund.
- After the 1st and before the 2nd class: Course Drop Period with Refund minus $20 fee.
- After the 2nd class: Course Withdrawal with No Refund.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any pre-requisites for this course?
There are no pre-requisites for this course. Students are expected to have access to the Internet.
Do I need to purchase any course material?
No the cost of the material is included in the course fee. All material will be provided during the course.
Are there any additional recommended readings?
Any additional recommended readings will be suggested by your instructor in class.
Where is my class being held?
Classes are held on the McGill Downtown Campus. Click here here for a map of the McGill campus. The McGill School of Continuing Studies will send you a confirmation of your classroom location prior to the start of the course.
Can I take this course without being evaluated?
If you do not wish to be evaluated, you can fill out a Request for Non-Evaluation form at the Department prior to the second class. Your McGill transcript will show a grade of NE (Not evaluated). You will find the Request for Non-Evaluation form here. Note that students who request non-evaluation will not receive are not eligible neither for the certificate in condominium management nor an attestation of successful completion.