BOMA Courses

    BOMA Tulsa works directly with BOMA International and BOMI International to provide many educational opportunities to BOMA Tulsa members.

    current course offerings in tulsa, oklahoma:

    All courses are $700 for BOMA members and $800 for non-members. Scholarships are offered to BOMA Tulsa members by submitting a scholarship application.  Click here, to apply for a education scholarship.

    • The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part I
      • February 23-25, 2018- Instructor Lead Course
      • To register for this course, click here.

     

      • Study Group Sessions:
        • Wednesdays Only - 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
        • February 28 - March 21

     

    This course provides information property and facility managers need to manage the ongoing operation and maintenance of building systems and to maximize building efficiency and cost-effectiveness.

    Key topic areas: building design and construction life-cycle costing construction materials structural systems building envelopes roofing interior walls, ceilings, and flooring HVAC and plumbing systems building system controls and automation

    • Fundamentals of Facilities Management
      • April 20-22, 2018- Instructor Lead Course
      • FMA Designation Course
      • To register for this course, click here.

     

      • Study Group Sessions:
        • Wednesdays Only - 6-9pm
        • April 25 - May 16

     

    Successful facilities managers must have business savvy supported by a broad scope of technical knowledge. This course provides the base from which to build a career in facilities management. You will learn how to structure and manage operations and maintenance programs, and how to manage personnel effectively to control workload. You will gain an understanding of the importance of facilities management to business organizations and operations, while also learning strategies for internal marketing.

    Key topic areas: principles of information management investment, cost controls, and budgeting strategies operating levels of facilities activities outsourcing principles benefits of leasing vs. ownership

     

    • The Design, Operation and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part II
      • June 1-3, 2018- Instructor Lead Course
      • To register for this course, click here.

     

      • Study Group Sessions:
        • Wednesdays Only, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
        • June 6 - June 27

     

    This course provides information property and facility managers must have to increase occupant safety and comfort while facilitating building efficiency to meet the business goals of an organization. This course will cover building systems management, analytics, and optimization, best practices in building operations and maintenance, and high performance security and life safety systems design.

    Key topic areas: energy management security systems business continuity fire protection and life safety systems electrical systems: clean power, green power, UPS systems and submetering lighting integrated pest management solid waste management vertical transportation systems cleaning and maintenance of windows, metals, and other surfaces contract cleaning landscaping parking

     

    •  Facilities Planning and Project Management
      • July 20-22 - Instructor Lead Course
      • FMA Designation Course
      • To register for this course, click here.

     

      • Study Group Sessions:
        • Wednesdays Only, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
        • July 25 - August 15

     

    This course will help you develop the skills and knowledge critical to the successful execution of any facilities project. A case study woven throughout the course's textbook presents real world examples of proper planning and selecting a project team, as well as the importance of flexibility, follow through, and attention to detail.

    Key topic areas: planning models identifying and rating user needs owned vs. leased developed facilities managing the planning process classifying facilities projects specifications for facilities performance design development and review implementing projects planning occupancy project closeout

     

    • Managing the Organization
      • September 14-16, 2018 - Instructor Lead Course
      • To Register for this event, click here

     

      • Study Group Sessions:
        • Wednesdays Only, 6:00 - 9:00 pm
        • September 19 - October 10

     

    This newly redesigned course will help you become an effective manager and leader in your organization. Your role will take on new meaning as you learn and understand the impact that you can have on your organization and on the individuals who work for you. The course will reinforce the theory and strategies with a new case study in which management practices are applied to address industry trends and issues related to enhancing the value of an asset.

    Key topic areas: managerial roles and leadership skills organizational culture and effective group/team management strategies for planning, controlling, decision making, and problem solving skills for improving communication and motivating employees lessons on how to implement change successfully sustainable strategies for managing building operations

    BOMA Tulsa offers member meetings featuring guest speakers, educational seminars and designation programs classes. 

    BOMI International offers professional development courses and programs for personnel with property, facility, or systems responsibilities. All of thier courses may be applied toward one or more of their certificate or designation programs, making it easy to start with a course,  earn a certificate, and achieve your designation. More information regarding designation programs through BOMI International can be found here.

    BOMA International offers classroom learning, continuing professional development, national conferences, online learning opportunities and webinars. More information regarding the educational opportunities found through BOMA International can be found here.