Property & Building Administration - Jan 29 - Feb 2, 2018
Strategic & Financial Planning (in conjunction with the conference) - April 9-13, 2018
Building Maintenance - June 11-15, 2018
Human Relations - Sept 24-28, 2018
Tenancy Law in Ontario - Nov 12-16, 2018

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Property Management
Certificate Program 2017-2018

Conestoga College and Humber Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning in partnership with The Institute of Housing Management present this Certificate program for those seeking a career or who are already engaged in the management of and operations of social, public and privately owned residential and institutional buildings. The Property Management Program is geared to those involved in administration, managing operations, developing and designing buildings, or to those providing equipment, products or services to the housing industry.

Click below for more information on our In-Class/Online course availability and registration at our colleges:

Community College Education

IHM has developed a curriculum that is delivered through the community colleges on a Continuing Education Basis.

In order to complete the Institute of Housing Management Certificate Program for Property Managers, the candidate must complete the five (5) compulsory courses as well as one (1) elective course.

The following compulsory courses are offered at Humber College in Toronto for evening and weekend study, or through the Institute's Distance Learning Program.

  1. Property and Building Administration
  2. Building Maintenance for
    Property Managers
  3. Strategic and Financial Planning
    for Property Managers
  4. Human Relations for Property Managers
  5. Tenancy Law in Ontario

Compulsory Course descriptions are available by clicking here.

To request consideration or an exemption for an elective, please provide details with your request. Items required: a course outline, proof of completion, proof of mark or transcript (if applicable) and information as to the length of time that the course runs. Courses to be considered must be a minimum of 30 hours in duration. Two or more courses may be combined to count as one elective.

Sample Elective Courses:

While the IHM is responsible for course content and learning materials for the compulsory courses, scheduling and fees are left to the college.

  • To visit the Conestoga College In-Class/Online Learning Education page, clck here.
  • To visit the Humber College In-Class/Online Learning Education page, click here.


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