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 CAI has the answers for you with the DCAL Education Program. DCAL stands for “Dedicated Community Association Leader” and the education program is designed specifically for volunteer leaders who wish to improve their community association and reduce the frustration in running it.


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INTRODUCTION to Governing your Association INSURANCE/RISK MANAGEMENT MEETINGS & ELECTIONS FAIR PRACTICES/ETHICS RULES & REGULATIONS


If your association is not running like a business, then this is the place for you and your board members. FREE to all CAI members in the board member and homeowner categories, the DCAL program will introduce you to industry leaders, resources in association living, answers to common questions and most importantly; education on the job of being a volunteer.


Courses run throughout the year and you can take individual courses or dedicate yourself to the whole series. Visit www.cai-illinois.org for more information and to register.


UNDERSTANDING FINANCIALS: Budgets, Reserves & Reports ESSENTIALS OF COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION LEADERSHIP


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Genesis Construction, Inc.


522 Pratt Avenue N Schaumburg, IL 60193


John Sparacino Sales Manager


Phone: 847/895-4422 Cell: 847/401-0972


jsparacino@genesisconstruction.com


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