Associate Reserve Planner (ARP)
The Associate Reserve Planner (ARP) designation is awarded to professionals with backgrounds in accounting, law, property management and other areas, whose area of expertise lies in the administration of reserve funds and reserve fund plans.
Interested in becoming an ARP?
Frequently Asked Questions:
- I am already involved with reserve fund studies. How does the ARP benefit me?
- What information do I need to submit?
- What courses do I need to take?
- How much does it cost?
- How long does it take?
- Register for a course
1. I am already doing reserve fund studies. How does the ARP benefit me?
If you have a background in financial analysis, this program will assist you in understanding the key concepts that make up a successful reserve study.
2. What information do I need to submit?
- Complete the application form; include all your references, non-refundable processing fee, and mail to REIC National. Please be sure to include copies of any documents (e.g. university graduation, course records, transcripts) that will help to expedite your application.
- Your professional experience is reviewed, and a chapter interview is conducted (usually at your place of business).
- The Admissions Department will confirm your candidacy in writing. The requirements must be completed within five years from the date your candidacy is approved.
3. What courses do I need to take for the ARP?
The full curriculum for the ARP consists of:
REIC 2600: Ethics & Business Practice
IRES 2300: Introduction to Reserve Fund Studies and Management
IRES 2310: Building Construction and Systems
IRES 2330: Reserve Fund Financial Fundamentals
5. How much does it cost?
The non-refundable processing fee is $250.00 plus GST/HST. Chapter dues are set individually, and some may charge GST/HST. Candidates and members are also required to pay the current annual national dues plus GST/HST. These fees are pro-rated from the time a candidacy is approved for the current year (January-December). Candidates pay a lower fee than non-candidates for the courses. See the course schedule for details.
6. How long does it take?
Once your candidacy has been approved you have five years to obtain your ARP.
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