Risk Awareness – NARPM Professional Designation Class (Part 1 of two-day virtual class)

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Date(s) - 09/29/2022
9:00 am - 12:00 pm


This two-part course teaches you to identify and control the risks associated with residential property management.

Class description:

Risk is an inherent aspect of residential property management, yet the managing of risk is quite often overlooked. Prudent property managers are well aware of and prepared for the potentials of risk across all aspects of the business. This course will familiarize residential property managers with the risks (and their sources) that are involved in managing properties. Participants will learn the proper approaches to risk and ways of handling and safely minimizing risk.

NARPM National Designation

This course is part of the NARPM National education program leading to the Residential Management Professional (RPM) or Master Property Manager (MPM) designation. Anyone can enroll in this class, but you must be a member of NARPM National to apply for the Designation Program. For more information, visit www.narpm.org/education or email educationinfo@narpm.org.

Who should attend?

  • Property managers
  • Leasing Agents
  • Candidates for Residential Management Professional (RMP) or Master Property Manager (MPM) designation

What will you learn?

  1. Agency and the risks associated with the relationship
  2. Risks associated with owners, tenants and other areas within property management
  3. Approaches to risk
  4. Risks associated with Fair Housing regulations
  5. Ways in which risk can be handled and safely minimized

How will you benefit?

Reduce the liability exposure to your clients, your company and yourself; minimize losses and retain more of your wealth. The skill obtaining in being better able to identify & categorize risk will become an invaluable asset in your property management toolbox!


Vickie Gaskill, MPM, RMP


To register, click on “Register Here” at top of this webpage or click here.

Registration is complete via the NARPM National website. You do not need to be a member of NAPRM National to enroll in the class, but you will need to set up a username and password as a non-member.