Classroom Learning with AAGO
Exceptional instructors, engaged classmates & cutting-edge facilities.
AAGO's nationally recognized Education Department is committed to providing a top-notch, relevant, and robust course catalog for current and future AAGO members. Whether you are pursuing a professional designation such as NALP®, CAM®, or CAMT® certification (EPA, CPO, SCHM®), or enhancing your skills with a "Tools for Tasks" seminar, our class catalog of over 125 education opportunities will assist you in staying current in the ever-changing apartment industry. AAGO was the first NAAEI affiliate to offer Bed Bug seminars, Social Media, and the full R410-A EPA certification!
It's no secret that peer-to-peer interaction can be one of the most powerful ways to learn. Attending classes at AAGO will place you right in the center of other industry professionals who are more than eager to share their knowledge.
AAGO instructors are selected not only for their subject-matter expertise but also for their ability to teach. AAGO students have had the opportunity to learn from past presidents of both the National Apartment Association and the Florida Apartment Association. There are also a number of National Apartment Association Education Institute faculty members who are based out of the Orlando area and regularly volunteer to teach at AAGO. While many of our instructors have decades of experience in their subject matter, it is not uncommon for students to return as instructors after earning designations of their own.
Funded in part by a grant from the National Apartment Association, AAGO completed a renovation of the instructional facilities in 2015. Students have access to two traditional classrooms, loaded with state-of-the-art audio and visual technology. Additionally, in order to provide a more immersive learning environment for leasing professionals, AAGO built a first-of-its-kind, full-scale leasing demonstration center where students can develop their skills by literally "showing" an apartment home. Maintenance professionals also have access to their own space where video technology can broadcast an instructor's demonstration on even the smallest of parts.