Upcoming BOMI Class Offerings

FALL FMA COURSES


FMA - Fundamentals of Facility Management

Fundamentals of Facilities Management includes a number of key concepts and applications that are designed to provide the base from which you can build a career in facilities management. Successful facility managers must have business savvy supported by a broad scope of technical knowledge. Therefore, you will gain an understanding of the importance of facilities management to business organizations and operations, while also learning strategies for internal marketing. You will learn how to structure and manage operations and maintenance programs, and how to manage personnel effectively to control workloads. You will likewise acquire project management and leadership skills crucial to your success.

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the importance of facilities management to business organizations
  • Structure and manage operations and maintenance programs
  • Manage internal and outsourced personnel effectively to control workloads
  • Align facilities operations with information management, cost controls, and investment and budgeting strategies
  • Make effective decisions and apply insight into information analysis methods
  • Manage a successful project, with you as a team leader

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

Start Date:  Monday,  6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Cost: $925 Members / $1,025 Non-members

Location:  Town Square Tower, 445 Minnesota Street, Conf. Center off of Lobby skyway.

SMT - Energy Management

Energy Management and Controls includes a number of key concepts and discussions that teach fundamental maintenance and energy management control aspects that will enable you to run your building operations in a cost-efficient manner. You will develop an understanding of the operation of heating, cooling, humidification, and dehumidification control applications, and learn about variable air volume design and building pressurization control devices. You will also develop the skills and knowledge to perform a cost-benefit analysis of HVAC, electric, and lighting systems and to create an energy management program for your facility.

Upon successful completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  • Apply an energy management plan to your building’s systems
  • Evaluate new systems with a concentration on retrofitting
  • Describe traditional and alternative energy systems and their integration with other building systems
  • Discuss how to use programmable logic controllers and other resources to optimize your system
  • Develop, implement, and manage an innovative preventive maintenance program

Key topic areas: control system basics • auxiliary and electronic controls and their application to heating, cooling, humidifying, and volume control • computerized automatic control systems • factors determining energy consumption in HVAC, electronic, and lighting systems • preventive maintenance measures in energy management • energy management control system applications

Start Date:  Wednesday, * 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Cost: $855 Members / $955 Non-members

Location:  Town Square Tower, 445 Minnesota Street, Conf. Center off of Lobby skyway


Coming in 2020-2021

  • Fundamentals of Facilities Management (FMA) - September 2020
  • Energy Management (SMT) - September 2020
  • Building Design & Maintenance (SMA/FMA/RPA) - January 2021
  • Electrical Systems and Illuminations (SMT) - January 2021
  • Air Handling, Water Treatment & Plumbing  Systems (SMT) - March 2021
  • Facilities Planning and Project Management (FMA) - March 2021
  • Refrigeration Systems and Accessories (SMT) - September 2021
  • Managing the Organization (SMA/FMA/RPA) - September 2021

If you are interested in a class please contact Denise at 651.291.8888 / [email protected]