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BOMA Orlando provides the latest and techniques for effective real estate management to meet the demands of a rapidly changing legal and professional environment.  Learn how to attract and retain more tenants, improve your corporate assets, and strengthen your credentials in our classrooms, networking events and programs.  

Powerful BOMA educational programs are available to help our members stay on top of current trends and gain industry insight to help achieve their goals and establish themselves as leaders in the Commercial Real Estate Industry.

Need Education in a Hurry? Check Out BOMA International’s Upcoming Webinars and On-Demand Education

BOMA International’s webinars are a great way to enhance your knowledge and earn continuing education credits—all from the comfort of your computer screen or mobile device.  Many of BOMA’s webinars qualify for credits towards the renewal of industry designations, including RPA, FMA, CPM, ARM and SMA/SMT.  All webinars are available on-demand after they are broadcast live, so you can watch and learn at your convenience.

Visit BOMA International’s webinar portal at webinars.boma.org to view our upcoming live webinars as well as a list of on-demand webinars currently available for viewing.

"Build Your Education Plan"

1.  Start with A Course - Skills: Learn/Apply new concepts right away
2.  Earn A Certificate - Milestone: Gain expertise in key subject areas
3.  Achieve Your Designation - Capstone: Showcase experience and expertise. 



BOMA Orlando partners with the BOMI International to offer a variety of professional designations for property managers, facility managers and building engineers.

Throughout the commercial property industry, a BOMI International designation is recognized as a mark of distinction; an emblem of achievement backed by BOMI’s more than 40 years of excellence in developing and offering advanced education programs.

Whichever of the four professional designations you pursue—the Real Property Administrator (RPA), the Facilities Management Administrator (FMA), the Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT), or the Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA)—you can be assured you will receive field-proven, time-tested courses that will help you meet the demands of an increasingly complex profession with confidence and success. Click here for the BOMI catalog explaining in full detail what courses are needed for the designations.

Each year, BOMA Orlando offers courses that qualify for credit toward each designation. To see what classes are being offered in the coming months, please Click Here for the BOMI Calendar for Orlando.  Please visit the Event Calendar to see the upcoming classes and to register.

  • Real Property Administrator Designation

    The Real Property Administrator (RPA®) designation program serves the educational needs of both third-party property managers and corporate property managers. Courses leading to an RPA cover every aspect of property management, from the basics of building design, operation and maintenance, to the specialized areas of commercial property law and risk management, marketing and asset management. Through this program, property managers learn to maximize the net income of any property, be it one building or an entire portfolio.

    To earn the RPA designation, you must complete seven mandatory courses, plus one elective course. Students do not have to take the courses in any specific order. However, if you are new to the curriculum, you may consider beginning with subject matter you are already familiar with and save new material for later study. This will ensure immediate success in your professional development. To learn more about RPA details and course requirements, click on the button below.

    Learn More about the RPA
  • Facilities Management Administrator

    The Facilities Management Administrator (FMA®) designation program benefits new and experienced facilities professionals alike. Through the in-depth coverage of critical-needs topics—including planning and project management, facilities technologies, finance and investment, and environmental health and worker safety—the FMA program helps position facilities managers as key strategic contributors within their organizations.

    To earn the FMA designation, you must complete seven mandatory courses, plus one elective course. Students do not have to take the courses in any specific order. However, if you are new to the curriculum, you may consider beginning with subject matter you are already familiar with and save new material for later study. This will ensure immediate success in your professional development. To learn more about FMA details and course requirements, click on the button below.

    Learn More about the FMA
  • Systems Maintenance Technician

    The Systems Maintenance Technician (SMT®) designation program provides today's technicians with the skills that will help them stand out as top performers, the kind who can raise a building's efficiency while reducing operating costs. The SMT program covers every major building operating system, from HVAC to plumbing to electrical to overall control systems.

    The SMT designation includes five required courses specific to operating systems. Students do not have to take the courses in any specific order.  However, if you are new to the curriculum, you may consider beginning with subject matter you are already familiar with and save new material for later study. This will ensure immediate success in your professional development. To learn more about SMT details and course requirements, click on the button below.

    Learn More about the SMT
  • Systems Maintenance Administrator

    The Systems Maintenance Administrator (SMA®) program further distinguishes professionals with the advanced knowledge required to run a sound, efficient, cost-effective maintenance department. Building on the SMT designation with additional courses on administration, energy management and environmental health and safety issues, the SMA program helps prepare maintenance professionals for a career in facilities management.

    To earn the SMA designation, you must complete all five SMT courses and three additional courses, which address the broad issues of concern to systems administrators. Students do not have to take the courses in any specific order. However, if you are new to the curriculum, you may consider beginning with subject matter you are already familiar with and save new material for later study. This will ensure immediate success in your professional development. To learn more about SMA details and course requirements, click on the button below.

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Not sure what class to take, review the e-catalog to help you decide, click here, also reveiw the designation chart, click here

For more information regarding BOMI's Designation Courses, click here.  BOMI offers accelerated classroom style classes, selft study and on-lineClike the link above to learn more and evaluate which designation is best for you.

CPM and RPA go together, if you have your CPM you can earn your RPA with only 4 BOMA courses,click here to learn more.

To learn more about the on-line courses at BOMI International click here. 

Instructor-Led Online Courses

·         Become a part of a growing virtual learning community
·         Access your courses online 24/7, including mobile connectivity
·         Learn conveniently when and where you want
·         Interact on a daily basis with expert instructors
·         Share personal and professional knowledge and experience with peers via open discussions
·         Network with peers nationally and internationally to exchange information and experiences
·         Put concepts into perspective to improve your working knowledge using simulations and valuable resource links
·         Join in on live web review sessions to clarify key learning concepts
·         Run your own reports to monitor your success using the course report options
·         Take multiple courses at the same time, made possible through the flexibility of the Instructor-led Online format
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What is the LEED Green Associate?

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) publishes the LEED rating systems to benchmark performance in the built environment. Their certifying body, the GBCI, offers professional credentials to demonstrate knowledge of and a commitment to sustainability. The LEED Green Associate is a Tier 1 accreditation and must be earned prior to becoming a Tier 2, LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP+). To become a LEED Green Associate, you must pass a 100 question multiple choice exam in two hours.


About the LEED Green Associate Online Course

This course is tailored to educate professionals in the key sustainability concepts and LEED fundamentals required to pass the Green Associate exam. The content is delivered via an online classroom with a live instructor. Participants are encouraged to ask questions in real time. Our goal is for you to pass this exam on the first try, so we provide study methods, exam-taking skills, and practice questions to boost your confidence. 

What is the LEED AP O+M?

The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) publishes the LEED rating systems to benchmark performance in the built environment. The USGBC also offers professional credentials to demonstrate knowledge of and a commitment to sustainability. The LEED Accredited Professional (LEED AP) is a Tier 2 accreditation. To become a LEED AP, you must hold the LEED Green Associate credential and pass a 100 question multiple choice exam in two hours.

LEED AP Operations and Maintenance (O+M) is tailored to prepare building managers and engineers to evaluate their systems and process and enact relevant improvements to enhance performance and occupant comfort. Earning this professional credential will enable you to understand the interrelations of every system in your building, from landscaping to bulb recycling. Within this holistic perspective, management teams can make the best decisions to reduce operating expenses and improve the user experience.

About the LEED AP O+M Online Course

This course is tailored to educate professionals in the reference guide content and LEED credit requirements required to pass the accreditation exam. The content is delivered via an online classroom with a live instructor. Participants are encouraged to ask questions in real time. Our goal is for you to pass this exam on the first try, so we provide study methods, exam-taking skills, and practice questions to boost your confidence.

f you are planning to become LEED Accredited, you may want to consider Sustainable Investment Group’s online LEED training classes. Here is SIG’s schedule of upcoming classes for 2015.

 

LEED Green Associate OnLine Exam Preparation Course and LEED AP O&M, click here to learn more and register. 

BOMA Orlando is partnered with the United States Green Building Council Central Florida Chapter, click here to gain information on topics of interest.