Asset Management Course Series
Well-trained employees are a great asset! The Asset Management Course Series is a three-part course series designed to help experienced commercial real estate professionals take a deep dive to better understand the asset management function. Each course is a stand-alone program and do not need to be taken in order. Targeted for commercial real estate professionals with 5–10 years’ experience, they are designed to help you better understand the function of the asset manager in order to be more valuable to the entire real estate team, from the owner on down. They are offered through your local BOMA association or are available for commercial real estate firms to offer as part of their corporate training. To learn more about this course series, click here.
Foundations of Real Estate Management
Foundations is a soup-to-nuts, 6-module, 30-hour, entry-level course, covering the fundamentals of commercial real estate administration, management, building systems, accounting and reporting, contract management and more. This course offers live, in-person training from seasoned professionals, reinforced by behind-the-scenes tours of outstanding buildings. It’s a complete package—instruction, peer networking, property tours and a comprehensive course manual that is easy to read and a valuable resource back on the job for all experience levels. To learn more about this course, click here.
BOMA Floor Standards
BOMA 2017 for Office Buildings Seminar: For more than a century, BOMA has set the standard for measuring office buildings, starting with the publication of the first “Office Measurement Standard” in 1915. BOMA 2017 for Office Buildings: Standard Methods of Measurement (ANSI/BOMA Z65.1—2017) is the latest update to the office standard. As office buildings continue to evolve with complex architectural designs along with the growing tenant demands for amenity-rich building features, the BOMA 2017 Office Standard addresses the changing office building landscape. This three-hour course focuses on what property managers and brokers need to know about floor measurements. This course does not teach how to measure office space, but how accurate measurements will increase asset value. To learn more about this course, click here.
Managing Industrial Properties
The industrial sector is growing rapidly, thanks in part to the popularity and the expansion of the Panama Canal. While, on the surface, it may seem that managing industrial properties is similar to managing office or retail properties, operational characteristics and unique needs of industrial tenants require a real estate manager to develop a slightly different skill set. This new workshop will cover the basics of industrial property management within these six topics areas. To learn more about this course, click here.