2024 Building Engineering Management 101 Open for Registration

Enrollment is now open for Houston BOMA's original virtual course, Building Engineering Management 101, coming soon to a computer near you!
What is Building Engineering Management (BEM) 101?
Created by Houston BOMA's most knowledgeable members, BEM 101 gives building engineers a high-level overview of engineering best practices, risk management, and regulatory compliance, and goes beyond maintenance by providing students with a deeper understanding of all aspects of property management and effective communication skills that will help further their careers.
Virtual Building Engineering Management 101
March 6, 13, and 20, 2024
Online Each Wednesday from 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Central Time
BOMA Members & Employees: $375 | Non-members: $525

Students will learn about:
  • Ownership types, real estate investment and strategies, building designations, roles and responsibilities of property personnel, engineer value-adds, communication and reporting tools, customer service, etc. 
  • Budget development, expense monitoring, lease administration, and leasing
  • Regulatory compliance and risk mitigation and management through the governing of your properties, including but not limited to standards of OSHA, HFD, and NFPA
  • Basics of effective communication, verbal and nonverbal communication, how to deal with confrontation, guidelines for written communication, and the importance of personal appearance and manners
  • BOMA and member benefits, and educational programs offered by BOMI International
The three-part course will be held online for three consecutive Wednesdays from 2:00 - 5:00 pm. With these short online sessions once a week for just three weeks, it's easier than ever to achieve professional development with minimal time away from work.
Our member rate for this course will be extended to all engineers within our member buildings. Register today to enroll in this online professional development course designed just for engineers.

Learn more and register here!


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