Three60 Communities first regional entity to provide ‘M100 – The Essentials of Community Association Management’ training to its staff
Three60 Communities, a subsidiary of Eltizam Asset Management Group and a leading regional provider of management services to premium residential and commercial communities, announced that it is the first company in the region to provide ‘M100 – The Essentials of Community Association Management’ training devised by Community Associations Institute in conjunction with Dubai Real Estate Institute (DREI) to its employees. The training is provided to enhance the knowledge, skills, and performance of all departments and ensure that participants are trained to the highest international industry standards. A team of more than 50 community management staff recently undertook the course at the newly launched Eltizam Training Academy and, following its resounding success, it will now be provided to external organisations interested in training their respective community management team.
Hend Al Marri, CEO of DREI, said: “As part of our vision to become the leading international benchmark in spreading and sustaining real estate knowledge, we are delighted to have collaborated with the Community Associations Institute and Three60 Communities in providing this enlightening course to our employees. We are also proud to be opening the course for any interested organisation seeking to take advantage of our expertise and understanding of the property sector, in line with our overarching mission to empower the society by disseminating real estate knowledge.
The comprehensive community management association course provides a practical overview for new managers, an essential review for veteran managers, and an advanced course for board members. Topics in the course include Roles and responsibilities of managers, owners, committees, and the board; Management ethics; Organising and conducting board meetings; Preparing budgets and funding reserves; Assessment collection policies and procedures; Collecting delinquent payments; Evaluating risk assessment and insurance programmes; Implementing maintenance programmes; Preparing bid requests and identifying key contract provisions; Recruiting, selecting, and managing personnel; Managing sustainable and developing communities.
Mohammed Alsharaf, COO, Eltizam Asset Management Group said: “People Development represents an important pillar of Eltizam’s Get Wonky campaign. We make sure to invest in our talent by providing our employees with regular trainings that reinforces their knowledge and areas of expertise. Rest assured, we remain steadfast in our determination to realize our vision while also providing our valued staff members with the perfect platform to fulfil their potential. Three60 Communities has always operated with the ambition of having a significant impact on the working environment of the communities we serve. In line with this, we will continue to elevate the levels of our services and retain the highest levels of customer and client satisfaction in the months and years ahead.”
Three60 Communities is committed to investing in its employees, facilitating professional development, and revolutionising community management industry training. The company is in partnership with DREI, RERA, and Community Association Institute to ensure that its staff is trained to international industry standards.