Sexual Harassment Prevention Training


Date: Monday, June 19, 2017

It's The Law!

In 2005, the California Legislature passed AB1825, which absolutely REQUIRES employers to provide sexual harassment prevention training for supervisory and management personnel every two years in companies with 50 or more employees/independent contractors.

Be aware that NOT ALL EMPLOYEES NEED BE LOCATED IN CALIFORNIA. Further, NOT ALL EMPLOYEES need to be working WITHIN your company. Anyone working for your company pursuant to a contract, acting as an agent, independent contractor, temporary employee, etc., counts toward the 50 employee requirement.

Under both California and Federal law, employers (landlords) may be liable for the sexual harassment of employees by their supervisors or ANY person working for them, if that person is found guilty of improper words or actions towards any tenant, guest of a tenant, fellow worker
or vendor.

Harassment lawsuits are on the rise. Even though training is not mandatory for employers having fewer than 50 employees, it should be considered a good-faith proactive policy for everyone.

Our speaker will be Christine Baran, Esq., who is an attorney with Fisher & Phillips. She is a respected writer and trainer in Southern California on the many liability threats facing landlords and managers of rental property.

This class satisfies the requirements of the AB1825 mandate for sexual harassment prevention training. Attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion.

Space is limited, so reserve now.

Register Today!

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Date & Time:

Monday, June 19, 2017
8:30 a.m. --- Registration
9:00 - 11:00 a.m. --- Seminar


Apartment Association Education Center
333 W. Broadway, Suite 101, Long Beach, CA 90802


$69.00 Management Company Members
(group discount available)
$79.00 Premier Members
$99.00 Non-members

Assistive Animals Class


Assistive Animals: Fins, Fur & Feathers

Assistive Animals for persons with disabilities is one of the hottest fair housing topics in the rental housing industry. Attorney Dave Abad from the Law Offices of Kimball, Tirey & St. John will explain the legal requirements of ADA as it pertains to assistive animals, especially with the rights and responsibilities of managers and property owners.

  • What to do if an animal causes problems
  • Do I have to allow all breeds?
  • Dealing with "fake" assistive animals
  • Pet deposits, and other elated issues...
  • When: July 11, 2017

    Registration: 9:30 am
    Class: 10-12 noon

    Where: AACSC Education Center, 333 W. Broadway, Suite 101, Long Beach, CA 90802

    Cost: $59 Member, $69 Non-Member


Apartment Maintenance Series

Hone Your Skills at the Apartment Maintenance Repair Series

Click Here to download the pdf for more information!


This four class series will help you deal with common maintenance issues like General Maintenance, Plumbing, Electrical and Decking.

Classes are held on Thursday Mornings, Beginning July 20, 2017. (9:00 am-1:00pm)

Call TODAY: 562.426.8341

LOCATION: Apartment Association, California Southern Cities
333 W. Broadway, Suite 101, Long Beach, CA 90802, Education Center

MEMBER PRICE: $250 for the Series, $74.00 Individual Classes
NON-MEMBER PRICE: $325 for the Series, $89.00 Individual Classes



General Maintenance

  • Hands-on repair demonstrations
  • Basics of proper maintenance
  • Cost effective unit turnover


  • Demonstrations of routine plumbing issues & repairs
  • Copper piping
  • Understanding drain repairs


  • Demonstration of electrical installations
  • What your maintenance technicians should and should not repair
  • Lighting and grounding installation

Decking Repairs

  • Simple hands on repairs
  • Waterproofing
  • Repair vs. Replace

Certificate of Participation will be awarded upon completion of the program.

*Reservations not cancelled 48 hours prior to program will be billed.

For information call Ruby 562-426-8341

Click Here to download the pdf for more information!

Assistive Animals Class


Are Difficult Residents Turning You into a Monster?

Eliminate the horror and learn how to react and act in a way that will diffuse a difficult situation if it does arise. Recognize, mange and resolve conflicts and collaborate with your residents in a positive way before the situation turns into a nightmare.

"Turn the light on"...

  • What causes basic stress and conflict?
  • Dealing with a resident that is never satisfied
  • Ending the tenancy of a problem resident in a positive way
  • Rights of the resident and management
  • Effectively dealing with all resident situations

Everything you need to know to tame the beast!

PRESENTER: Attorney, Susie Lein of Kimball, Tirey & St. John

    When: June 21, 2017

    Registration: 9:00 am
    Class: 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

    Where: AACSC Education Center, 333 W. Broadway, Suite 101, Long Beach, CA 90802

    Cost: $59 Member, $69 Non-Member


QuickBooks for Property Management


QuickBooks for Property Management with Kirk Davey, CPA.

Thursday, September 12th from 9:30am-12:30pm




Contact AACSC

Apartment Association,

California Southern Cities
333 W. Broadway St., Suite 101
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 426-8341

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