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Building Owners and Managers Association International

Standards Education

Exploring and Using BOMA’s Office Measurement Standard 2010

 

AIA-CES-logo100x101.gifBOMA is an AIA/CES Approved Provider and this course is approved for two AIA Learning Unit Hours (LUs)!

 

 

The BOMA Standard Just Got Better.  
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Learn about BOMA’s 2010 Office Standard, Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.1—2010), with BOMA’s eLearning Course, Exploring and Using BOMA’s Office Measurement Standard 2010. Find out how the standard helps you meet the changing needs of the commercial real estate market and address the evolution of office building design—all at your convenience. Discover the many new features of the 2010 Standard, including two different methods for calculating floor area and the Single Load Factor Method calculation for all floors of a multi-story building, designed to greatly simplifying leasing. Discover how the new Standard can help landlords and tenants maximize space in office buildings.

Our e-Learning Course allows you to access the course anytime, anywhere, as often as you like. All you need is an internet connection to get the ins and outs of the latest evolution in BOMA's well-known, industry-leading standard for measuring office space.

 

This online course will:

  • Review the factors driving the changes to the BOMA 2010 Office Standard
  • Explain the new terminology and concepts in the new Standard
  • Examine the features and organization of the new Standard
  • Outline two methods for measuring office area and provide guidelines for selecting one or the other.
  • Explain the five simple steps to measure office space
  • Offer the correct lease language to use when citing the 2010 Standard
 

Who should participate?

  • Property Managers
  • Brokers
  • Architects
  • Spaces Planners
  • Other industry practitioners already familiar with the 1996 measurement standard
     
Get renewal credit:

This course is approved for two AIA Learning Unit Hours (LUs). In order to get credit for completing the course, you must take the exam offered at the end of the course and pass with an 80% or higher. Once you’ve completed and passed the exam, email your name and AIA member number to Catie Slye at cslye@boma.org. Catie will confirm your course completion and report your attendance to AIA, so that you receive the proper credit.

This course is also approved for two RPA, FMA, SMA, CPM, ARM renewal credits. Registrants will receive a completion certificate to document training with insurance companies and accreditation boards. Moreover, managers can independently track trainee progress and receive training records.

All participants will receive a certificate of completion. Some states and provinces will consider the certificate of completion for credit for the renewal of a real estate license.​​​​​​​