What is the ACCI?
Professional members of the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI) are entitled to seek accreditation as Professional Associates and, if successful, to use the designatory letters ACCI (Associate of Canadian Condominium Institute) followed by their field of study in brackets. [For example: ACCI (Ins.) or ACCI (ADR)] Accreditation is subject to the member meeting the eligibility requirements, submitting an application to the local Chapter, successfully completing a written examination by CCI and pledging to abide by CCI’s Code of Ethics. To retain the ACCI designation, professional members must maintain an up-to-date membership with the Canadian Condominium Institute, fulfill continuing educational requirements, and seek renewal of the designation every two years.
Why Would I Apply?
The ACCI accreditation serves as recognition that you have achieved a level of skill, professionalism and knowledge of condominiums as it relates to your particular profession that clearly surpasses the already rigorous standards the Institute expects from our professional members. As an Associate of the Canadian Condominium Institute, you will be recognized by your clients and peers alike as standing out ofe the crowd.
What is the FCCI?
CCI may elevate a current or former CCI professional associate to the status of ‘Fellow’ of the Canadian Condominium Institute. Fellowship was created to recognize and honour associates whose meritorious service to the Institute or to the condominium community best exemplifies the standards expected by CCI of its professional members.
Recipients in the Grand River Chapter
|Maria Finoro||MF Property Management Ltd.||ACCI, FCCI|
|Michael Clifton||Clifton Kok LLP||ACCI|
|Michelle Kelly||Sutherland Kelly LLP||ACCI|
|Robert M. Mullin||Smith Valeriote Law Firm LLP||ACCI|
|Stephanie Sutherland||Sutherland Kelly LLP||ACCI|