April 5, 2021 - April 18, 2021

CA Day is the largest education conference and trade show in Hampton Roads that is specifically designed for homeowners who live in community associations. This year, we've moved the educational portion of the expo to a virtual format. This will allow you to attend every class in the circuit - instead of one per time slot. 

While association-governed communities offer services, amenities and special characteristics, they also present unique and often-complex financial, legal and governance challenges for homeowners, volunteer community leaders and professional managers. CA Day  is an ideal opportunity for those involved in community association governance to collect helpful tips, share ideas, learn from each other and develop new approaches to common challenges.

The virtual education circuit will be accessible on our website from April 5th to April 18th, available to be watched at your leisure. Class handouts, slides, and speaker information will be available on the class page. 


If you have already registered for CA Day 2020 you'll login to our site using your username and password. If you do not know your username and/or password please contact the chapter and we will be more than happy to assist you!

757 - 558 - 8128 or [email protected]

If you have not yet registered, and you would like to, please click below.



Allotments and Appropriations: Financials 101

Learn how to read your financials with sample budgets and financial statements, and how to comply with statutory requirements in budgets. This course will cover cash vs. accrual accounting, how to ask the right questions, and the benefits of creating a finance committee.

High Seas Condo Overboard!: Water Intrusion

A water intrusion is discovered - what steps should the condominium association take in addressing it? Who is responsible for performing the repairs, and who is financially responsible? What kind of insurance do you need to be covered, and what kind of deductible are you facing?

Don't Get Sent to the Brig: Collections 101

We’ll cover all the basics you need to know: liens, filing a lawsuit, post-judgement collection, foreclosure, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, and more. Learn how the process can impact your community.

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?!: Politics & Political Signs

With the increasing interest in politics and the upcoming 2020 election, make sure your association is in the political know. Promulgation and adoption of political sign rules on owner lots or units, and common areas and elements. Keep the peace in your community.

You Can't Handle The Truth: Association Public Relations

Associations often receive a bad reputation. This session will discuss what actions associations can take in order to promote the positives and benefits of association living. Avoiding and addressing bad publicity are key components to promoting a positive association image.

CYA...Cover Your Association: Insurance 101

This class will take you through the different types of insurance your association must have in place, as well as those you should. We'll tackle all the basics on coverage & claims.

Know Your Rank: Boards & Committees - Recruiting, Roles, and Responsibilities

If you’re new to your Board of Directors, this course is for you. Learn about the duties and responsibilities of being on the Board, fiduciary duty, and liability protection. Take note of tips for recruiting members to the Board and Committees.

Swamp Training: Military Hardships & Impacts on Associations

This training takes a deep dive into the Service Members Civil Relief Act, and ramifications on collection of past dues. Maintenance and emergency repair procedures may been adopted when the owner is away on military duty - what exceptions are provided to those who are deployed? 

Code of Conduct: Associations Do's and Don'ts

Having fun in your community: bingo games, movie nights, pool parties, and booze. What licenses and insurances are needed, what are the potential liabilities? What are the the FHA and ADA concerns? 

Colors: Military Flags

Adopting reasonable flag rules can help you avoid a PR nightmare. Discussion of relevant case law as it pertains to the Freedom to Display the American Flag Act of 2005, and applicable flag statues in the Virginia Property Owners Association Act and Virginia Condominium Act.

All Hands Call: Meetings 101

This course is a beginner’s guide to meetings and the all that comes with them. Notice requirements, quorum, executive session, proxies, minutes, agendas, and more.