For individuals, the type of licence you should apply for depends on your level of experience and education in condo management. The fourth type of licence is for condo management companies.
View the licensing flowchart [JPEG -579 KB] to see which licence is right for you.
You should apply for a General Licence if, on November 1, 2017:
One or more of the following would satisfy the education requirements for General Licence:
(i) Condominium Law
(ii) Physical Building Management
(iii) Financial Planning for Condominium Managers
(iv) Condominium Administration and Human Relations
The last day to apply for a Transitional General Licence was March 30, 2018.
Transitional General Licensees:
A Transitional General Licensees can apply for a General Licence after they have successfully completed the required education:
Transitional General Licences can be renewed annually for up to three years from the time the licence was issued.
Transitional General Licences cannot be renewed beyond June 30, 2021.
Transitional General Licence application instructions
You should apply for a Limited Licence if, on November 1, 2017, you have provided condo management services for less than two years (2,920 hours) within the previous five years. There are currently no education requirements for a Limited Licence. Learn more about the conditions of a Limited Licence.
Under the conditions of a Limited Licence, you:
• Must be supervised by a General Licensee or a Transitional General Licensee
• Cannot enter into a contract or an agreement without prior approval of a Supervising Licensee
• Cannot manage, control, or disburse more than $500 of general funds without prior approval of a Supervising Licensee
• Cannot manage, control or disburse reserve funds
• Cannot sign status certificates
Companies that provide condo management services to condo corporations should apply for a Condominium Management Provider Licence. The company can be a corporation, partnership, sole proprietor, one-person shop, association or other organization or entity.