Types of Membership
The Canadian Condominium Institute, Newfoundland & Labrador Chapter, supports four different categories of membership:
Condominium Corporation Membership
Condominium directors have a substantial responsibility to govern and manage their corporation properly and effectively. They are called upon each day to make prudent and effective business decisions that affect the lives of all residents in their corporation. Directors need not feel they are alone. Through membership in CCI, the entire condominium benefits from education and information as well as the experience of hundreds of directors and professionals.
This classification is devoted to those individuals who live in a condominium and wish to become personally involved in CCI. It is not a replacement for condominium corporation or professional membership.
Professionals practising in the condominium field join the CCI to share information with others in the industry and to share their experiences with condominium owners. Professionals from the areas of condominium law, property management, accounting, engineering, real estate, and insurance become members of the organization acting to better the condominium industry.
A Professional Member is an individual who participates professionally in a field or endeavour related to condominiums. A Professional Member of CCI has access to the knowledge and experience of other members, receives all materials published by CCI and becomes a candidate for professional association with the Institute.
Sponsor (Trade) Membership
This classification is available to Sponsor (Trade) suppliers who service the condominium industry. This membership allows them to participate in educational programs and seminars, advertise in both the Trade Directory and The Condo Forum, CCI-Newfoundland & Labrador Chapter’s newsletter. Frequently, Trade members are called upon to lend their assistance and expertise to the ongoing well-being of all of the condominium clients in seminars and conferences.