In today's complex business environment, it is increasingly important for property managers to know how to address legal and risk management issues. This course will provide you with a foundation in the basic principles of law and risk management, helping you deal with everyday legal and risk issues surrounding your business. In addition to addressing leasing and conveyance, the course covers important issues on torts, contracts, employer/employee relations, property rights, and environmental law.
Key topic areas:
conveying and financing real estate • contracts • property interests • premises liability • environmental law and concerns • employment relationships and agency • introduction to risk management • insurance company operations • principles of insurance and insurable risk • general liability insurance and employee benefit plans • loss exposures
Michael J Lauhoff, Lauhoff Building Services
Applies to these designations:
RPA® - Real Property Administrator
You may register and pay online or fill out this FORM and submit with your payment to: BOMA Indianapolis 101 West Ohio Street, 20th Floor, Indianapolis, IN 46204
BOMI International courses are recognized by many other professional organizations such as IREM, IFMA, IUOE, and more. Credits from these organizations may apply as well. Contact Sarah Kuester at (317) 632-4104 or via e-mail at email@example.com more details.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND FINE PRINT:
There is a $100 enrollment fee for individual courses (those taken separately from a certificate or designation program). If you take an individual course, then decide to enroll in a certificate or designation program, the $100 (USD) fee from your first course (only) may be applied toward the $225 (USD) enrollment fee for your first certificate or designation program. There is a $100 (USD) enrollment fee for students enrolling in a second or third certificate or designation program. Fees are nonrefundable and must be paid with or before enrolling in a course, certificate, or designation program.
Because this is a dynamic industry, specific course requirements are based on date of enrollment. If you are not sure of your particular course requirements, please check with BOMI International.
A request to cancel registration for an educational class must be submitted in writing via email up to fifteen (15) calendar days before the class starts in order to receive a 100% refund. The textbook must be returned unopened to BOMA Indianapolis in all cases where a student cancels registration. Once the book has been opened, $200 will be owed, as BOMA Indianapolis cannot return an opened book to BOMI International.
Courses are subject to cancellation without notice if the minimum number of five (5) students are not registered.
COMPUTER-BASED TESTING (CBT)
Exams are administered via Computer-Based Testing (CBT) through our testing provider, Pearson VUE. The registration fee provides for one testing session during the six-month eligibility period, which can be scheduled at the students convenience at a Person VUE testing center of their choice. You should receive an email from Pearson VUE within the first few days of class. If you don't, please tell your instructor right away.
EXAM ELIGIBILITY PERIOD
Students have a six-month eligibility period to schedule and take their exam. For Self-Study students, the eligibility period begins on the date of registration; for Classroom students, the eligibility period begins as of the first day of class. If a student does not take the exam within this period, the student must pay an Exam Administration Fee to begin a new six-month eligibility period.
EXAM ADMINISTRATION FEE (INCLUDES EXAM TRANSFER, EXAM NO-SHOW, AND RETEST)
Students who fail an exam, do not cancel a scheduled exam appointment, or require an additional six months to take the exam will incur an Exam Administration Fee allowing for an additional six-month eligibility period. This fee includes testing and administrative fees and is $100.
To ensure sufficient time to prepare, students should be registered ten (10) business days prior to the class start date. A $100 (USD) late fee will be applied to registrations received thereafter. Additional shipping fees apply and BOMA Indianapolis must pass those fees on to students due to late registrations.
STATEMENT OF NONDISCRIMINATION
BOMI International and BOMA Indianapolis is committed to providing an education opportunity for all persons and admits students of any race, color, gender or sexual preference, age, non-disqualifying handicap, religion, or national or ethnic origin.
Please join us to hear Dr. Michael O'Neill "Dr. Mike" speak regarding his latest book collaboration.
Dr. Michael O'Neill, Director Global Workplace Research, Haworth, Inc.
Dr. Michael O’Neill holds a B.A. in psychology, an M. Arch and Ph.D. in Architecture. With 20+ years in the industry, Michael is based in the US as the Lead for Haworth’s Research, Workplace Strategy, and Business Intelligence departments. Workplace Research takes a broad global perspective to identify future trends and offer practical insights for workspace strategy, planning, and products. Before joining Haworth, he worked in product research and services for Herman Miller and then led Workplace Research for Knoll. Prior to that, Mike was a professor of Interior Design and Industrial Engineering at the University of Wisconsin. He is a coauthor of the ANSI national ergonomic workstation standards and speaks around the world. Dr, O'Neill is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist and is certified Six Sigma Black Belt. He is a national driving instructor for the Porsche Club of America and holds his private pilot license.
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11:45AM - BOMA Business
12:00PM - Lunch
12:15PM - Dr. O'Neill
1:00PM - Program Ends
The Building Enclosure: Design, Risks, and Maintenance
Presented by WJE | Engineers, Architects, Materials Scientists
Learn the importance of your building enclosure during the FREE breakfast with WJE. Logan Cook, Senior Associate and Bryan Rouse Associate Principal of Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc. will lead us in a thoughtful discussion.
Topics Include: Roofing, Exterior Wall Types, Risks, Real Life Examples of Failures, Sources of Litigation, Sources of Problems, Repair, Maintenance, etc.
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.
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
FMC and PAC certificates
FMA® and RPA® designations
USGBC Recommendation: 30 GBCI continuing education hours toward the LEED Credential Maintenance Program
Budgeting and Accounting features applications and problems you can use to create building and facilities' budgets. In this course, you will have the opportunity to apply concepts within the real property and facilities context. You will follow the accounting process and creation of a budget from start to finish, learning valuable skills such as how to interpret financial statements, annual reports, and statements of cash flows. You will also learn practical skills such as how to compile lease abstracts and prepare rent rolls. The course includes valuable exercises pertaining to computing productivity ratios, depreciation, ending cash balances, preparing income and expense budgets, and explaining budget variances.
record-keeping requirements • revenue and expenditure cycles • cash basis income statement • financial statements • annual reports • lease abstracts • income and expense budgeting • working with capital
PAC and PMFP certificates
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