BOMA International has developed classroom-based courses designed to be delivered by our federated Local BOMA associations. For more information on courses scheduled in your city, please contact your local BOMA association.
These classroom-based courses may be customized for corporate organizations and firms. If you would like to request a proposal for your company, please contact email@example.com.
This entry level course covers the fundamentals of commercial real estate administration, management, building systems, accounting and reporting, contract management, and more. It is perfect for those considering jobs as property managers, or those whose jobs interface with property managers, as well as industry new-comers and anyone who may have learned on the job and has training gaps.
The 2010 Office Standard represents significant improvements over the 1996 version and incorporates many features that have been demanded by property managers, including a new Single Load Factor Method calculation for all floors of a multi-story building, greatly simplifying leasing. Learn how to maximize these key changes during this hands-on workshop.
Learn how to use the new 2012 Industrial Measurement Standard during this live, hands-on workshop. It is two hours long and crammed full of “how-to” content and graphical illustrations.
BOMA International recently launched the Lease Analysis, Valuation, Negotiation and Approval course for property managers. This course is targeted for commercial real estate property managers with 3-5 years’ experience. It is designed to help property managers better understand the function of the asset manager in order to be more valuable to the entire team, from owner on down.
In recent years, the industrial
sector has seen rapid growth thanks to impressive market fundamentals and the
rise in popularity of e-commerce. However, industrial properties also present
challenges and opportunities unique to this specialized asset class. With that in mind, BOMA
International is excited to partner with BOMA/Greater Phoenix and
BOMA/Oakland-East Bay to present two Industrial Summits. Hear from
leaders in the industrial sector, including developers, owners, CEOs, property
managers and brokers, in this half-day program that kicks off with a networking
breakfast. Panelists will cover current development opportunities, market
drivers, property management trends and how to attract new talent to this