CAMT Certification

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Earning a CAMT designation validates a level of professional knowledge, enhances reputation and credibility, boosts confidence, and leads to respect.

2023 Class Dates: 

These classes will be Hybrid (in-person and online via Zoom):

  • September 7 (Electrical)
  • September 14 (Plumbing)
  • September 21 & September 28 (HVAC)
  • October 12 (Appliance Repair)
  • November 2 (Interior/Exterior Maintenance)
  • November 7-8: Hands-On Days 

*Classes can be taken all together or separately for individuals who need a refresher on the topics and/or are not ready to take the exam.

Scholarship Opportunity

Each year, the Anthony G. Gorup Education Foundation grants scholarships to multifamily professionals seeking to take their careers to the next level. Click here to learn about and apply for the 2023 CAMT scholarship.


This is a program is one of Indiana’s Promoted Industry Certifications that qualifies for the Workforce Ready Grant. Indiana’s Workforce Ready Grant can reimburse costs of industry certifications subject to qualification and funding availability. See for more information.


Earn career advancement by expanding knowledge in the following areas:
  • Processing work orders correctly, timely, and to residents’ satisfaction
  • Electrical services and repairs
  • Plumbing services and repairs
  • HVAC services and repairs
  • Painting services
  • Construction services and repairs
  • Mechanical services and repairs
  • Appliance services and repairs
  • Lock and key services and repairs
  • Customer service and performing maintenance tasks according to company policy and procedures
  • Minimizing personal and property damage while safely performing maintenance activities
  • Fair housing regulation compliance
  • Environmental responsibility and regulatory compliance
  • Reporting and documentation of maintenance activities in compliance with company policy and regulation
  • Curb appeal, property inspection, and daily maintenance
  • Established procedures for maintaining recreational facilities and common areas
  • Implementation of a preventive maintenance schedule
  • Product repair and replacement decisions
  • Professional behavior patterns, communication skills, and appearance
  • Clear and respectful communication with residents, team members, and contractors

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CAMT candidates must complete the classroom and virtual coursework then pass the exam within 6 months of declaring candidacy. The minimum experience requirement is 12 months of apartment or rental housing maintenance work. (This can be obtained while taking the course, you will receive a provisional certificate until this requirement is met.