Property ManagementAdministrationCertification Course

Certification Course for Property Management & Administration

Training investment is inclusive of a certificate and a printed learning material. Introductory price:

P 32,880.00 / person - when you register and pay on or before June 16

P 36,880.00 / person - Regular Rate

Session 1:

Tuesday,           July 16, 2024 * 9:00AM to 12:00NN |  ZOOM

Session 2: 

Wednesday,      July 17, 2024 *  1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 3:

Thursday,          July 18, 2024 *  1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 4:

Wednesday,      July 24, 2024 *  1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 5:

Thursday,         July 25, 2024 *   1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 6:

Friday,             July 26, 2024 *    1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 7:

Saturday,         July 27, 2024 *  8:30AM to 12:30PM | ZOOM

Session 8:

Thursday,      August 8, 2024 *    1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 9:

Tuesday,      August 20, 2024 * 8:45AM to 12:00NN |  ZOOM

Session 10:

Thursday,     August 22, 2024 * 9:00AM to 12:00NN |  ZOOM

Session 11:

Friday,         August 23, 2024 *   1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 12:

Tuesday,      August 27, 2024 *   1:30PM to 4:45PM |  ZOOM

Session 13:

Friday,     September 6, 2024 *   1:30PM to 4:45PM | ZOOM

Session 14:

Saturday, September 14, 2024 * 1:30PM to 3:00PM | EDSA Shangri-La Hotel, Mandaluyong City, Philippines

The property management in the Philippines started its roots more than thirty years ago, that deals with a basic operation of an establishment. The current understanding in the Philippines, a Property Management operation deals only in building’s common area management.  However, due to the increasing demand and expectations by different stakeholders, the day-to-day operation is not enough but needs to progress to a full property and asset management as a holistic approach in asset preservation and planning.

The property management industry is booming, and there is a growing demand for skilled professionals to manage residential, commercial, and industrial properties effectively. However, the market currently faces a significant shortage of qualified property managers, creating a prime opportunity for those ready to enter or advance in this dynamic field.

This pioneering program is designed based on the industry needs to evolve from a simple Property Manager’s perspective of managing the common facility to a Property-Asset Management that can do operation, asset preservation, planning and upkeep.

This Certification Course on Property Management and Administration is meticulously designed to equip you with the expertise, practical skills, and confidence to excel as a property manager or administrator. Whether you are just starting your career or are a seasoned practitioner looking to enhance your capabilities, this comprehensive program will significantly boost your marketability, career development, and compensation prospects.

Why Should You Enroll?


  1. High Demand, Low Supply: The property management and the real estate insdutries are in urgent need of qualified professionals. This course equips you with the skills to fill this gap and become a highly sought-after expert.


  1. Career Advancement: Boost your marketability and career prospects. With this certification, you’ll open doors to exciting job opportunities and advancement in the property management field.


  1. Real-World Applications: We go beyond theory to focus on real-world applications. Our curriculum is industry specific based on actual issues and challenges encountered by practitioners that will prepare you for the challenges you'll face on the ground.


  1. Holistic and Solutions-Oriented: Our training is comprehensive and practice-oriented, covering every critical aspect of property management, from tenant relations and property maintenance to financial management and legal compliance.


  1. Learn from the Best: Our trainers are not just educators—they are seasoned industry practitioners and experts with more than 200 years of combined experiences. They bring practical insights and best practices that you can immediately apply to your work.


  1. Certification: You will be issued a certificate of completion enhancing your credentials and reputation in the industry. It’s a badge that will earn you that respect and confidence in your field of practice. A post-nominal acronym "CPMA"* (with reference to Certified Property Manager and Administrator) will be added to your name when you finish this training.

    Example: Juan dela Cruz, CPMA


  1. Network with Practitioners: You will have the opportunity to build a network of professionals and industry practitioners whom you will personally meet during the recognition day for the awarding of certificates.

*CPMA™ is a trademark registered by CGBP at the Intellectual Property Office.

This training is open to the general public.


Engr. Gener Peciller, PME, CBCP, CEM, CEA, CBP

With a career spanning over three decades, he has held key leadership roles in major companies including being the General Manager BPO/MREIT and VP – Engineering at First Oceanic Property Management where he managed the operations for Megaworld’s 140 plus properties, led digitalization initiatives, and achieved significant energy savings. At Ortigas Land Corporation, he standardized engineering operations and spearheaded energy audits across office and mall properties.

His expertise also extends to large-scale projects and property management when he was Vice President of MediaQuest Holdings, Associate Director for Property Management and as Assistant Group Property Manager / Enercon Manager and Head of Parking Operations at Shangri-La Property Management Services Inc.

His technical acumen and strategic vision have earned him accolades, including awards from the ASEAN Energy Awards.

Participants in this course will benefit from the learnings he has gained having obtained the following certification courses:

- Certified Building Commissioning Professional (CBCP)

- Certified Berde Professional
- Certified Energy Auditor
- Certified Energy Manager
- ASEAN Certified Energy Manager (AEMAS)

He holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Mapua Institute of Technology and a Diploma in Property Management from De La Salle – GSB-PSI.

Currently, he is serving as the Chief Operating Officer at Advance I & P Solutions Inc.


Atty. Cesar Manuel

He is the author of the 2024 edition of the book “Condominium Law of the Philippines.” He was the Director for Legal Services Group at the Housing and Land Use Regulatory Board (HLURB) for 23 years.

Engr. Agustin S. Torres

He was part of the oversight committee on the crafting and implementation of the revised IRR of the Building Code of the Philippines and presently serves as a consultant at the DPWH National Building Code Development Office and the LGU of Quezon City.  He is author of the book “Build Building in the Philippines”.


He is a Malaysia-based international master trainer for various ISO standards and management systems including project management.  He was VP of Megawide Corporation and was Coach and Master Trainer on various training programs for all front-line directors and project managers.

Atty. Alvin T. Claridades, CE, EnP

He is an author of 33 published books including “Q&A Homeowners’ Association, Federation and Confederation”. He served as the Director of Finance Service of Department of Human Settlements and Urban Development (DHSUD).

NOTE: There will be more master trainer that will be part of this course to share their experiences and best practices.
Course Outline

Session 1:  Tuesday, July 16, 2024 (9:00am to 12:00nn)

                   Property and Asset Management
                  A. Foundational Principles
                  B. Audit Checklist for Managed Properties

                      Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions
                      - Common challenges in setting up and managing a property

Sessions 2 & 3: Wednesday & Thursday, July 17 & 18, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)
                  Condominium Law

                  A. Condominium Act RA 4726

                  B. Magna Carta of Home Owner
                  C. Condominium Corporation
                  D. PD 957 Buyers Protective Law
                      Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                    
                      - Common disputes, resolutions, and court decision
                      - Issues with Condominium Corporation, PMO, Developer

Sessions 4 & 5: Wednesday & Thursday, July 24 & 25, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)

                  Revised Charter for Home Owners Association
                 A. The New Law and Essential Features of HOA
                 B. Board of Trustees or Directors and Executive Officers of the HOA

                 C. Issues, Challenges, and Solution for PMOs
                     Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions

Session 6: Friday, July 26, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)

                  Regulatory and Compliance I
                 A. National Building Code

                     Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions            
                     - No permits and other annual renewal requirement
                     - How should PMO handle and resolve situation

Session 7: Saturday, July 27, 2024 (8:30am to 12:30pm)  

                  PAM Operation and Management I       
                 A. Risk Management
                     1. New Establishment

                     2. Existing Operational Establishment
                         - Holistic approaches including Safety and Security
                 B. Customer Experience - Dealing with All Stakeholders

                     1. PMO Helpdesk / Response Process
                     2. Service Level Standards
                 C.  Security Management
                 D. Emergency Management / Continuity of Business
                     Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions           
                     - Challenges Arising during Operation
                     - Expectation of Developer and BOT to PMO

Session 8: Thursday, August 8, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)

                  Regulatory and Compliance II
                 A. Checklist of Different Regulatory Compliances
                 B. Role of BOT/ PMO/ Developer
                     Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                    
                     - Compliance Penalty do's and don’ts
                     - Common issues arising to PMO/ BOT/ Developers

Session 9: Tuesday, August 20, 2024 (8:45am to 12:00nn)

                  PAM Operation and Management II   
                 A. Pre Hand-Over Requirement
                     1. Operational Manual
                         a. Master Deed, House Rules (Property perspective/ Facility Perspective)
                         b. Engineering and Facility Manual
                     2. Training of Personnel

                     Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                     
                     - Issues arising on incomplete hand-over documents

Session 10: Thursday, August 22, 2024 (9:00am to 12:00nn)

                  PAM Operation and Management III
                 A. Leasing Operation (Property Manager / Facility Manager's Mindset)

                 B. Engineering Operation and Maintenance
                     1. Engineering Organization - Property Operation vs. Facility Operation
                     2. Engineering Service Level Standards
                     3. Regulatory Compliance
                     4. Engineering Service level Agreement
                     Situational Collection of experiences and resolutions
Customer expectation, issues, and protocol with Property and Facility

Session 11: Friday, August 23, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)

                 PAM Accounting and Facility Budgeting     
                A. Financial and Operational Budgeting
                B. Consolidating Property Operation Expenses and Disbursement
                Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                   
                - Issues arising in Budget Preparation
                - Collection Efficiency Problem, Analysis and Resolution

Session 12: Tuesday, August 27, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)    

                Asset Management and Preservation
               A. Property Condition Assessment (PCA)
               B. Capital Expenditure (Upgrade, Enhancement, Life Cycle)
               Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                   
               - Challenges for Aging Building
               - PMO/ BOT Role in Budget Preparation

Session 13: Friday, September 6, 2024 (1:30pm to 4:45pm)

                Project Management (PM)
               A. Basic PM / FM requirement

               B. How to implement PM / FM for Property and Operation
               Situational Collection of experiences, best practices and resolutions                  
               - Common issues when doing PM
               - To outsource or not

Session 14: Saturday, September 14, 2024 (1:30pm to 3:00pm)

               Recognition Day -  Distribution of Certificates at the EDSA Shangri-La Hotel with Lunch
The Last Lecture - Leadership Principles for Property Management Practitioners

Note:  The lectures and discussions may not necessarily follow the sequence presented in the above course outline. The use of examples are intended to incorporate several principles together to effectively impart knowledge to the audience.


Attendees from the government are exempted from the P2,000.00 limit set by COA for attending training provided by the private sector based on Department of Budget and Management Circular No. 563 dated April 22, 2016.

Attending this training is not covered by Philippine Procurement Law or RA 9184 based on its Revised IRR’s Section 4.5-b. which classifies training continuing education, conferences and similar activities as "non-procurement activities that shall be governed by applicable COA, CSC, and DBM rules".
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Telefax: (+632) 8842-7148 or 59

Account Name: Center for Global Best Practices Foundation, Inc.

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