BOMA Indianapolis is excited to announce we will award three scholarships in 2020 for 50% of the RPA (Real Property Administrator) Designation. The RPA Designation positions property managers for success by providing insight into and knowledge of operating a commercial building. The application process is NOW OPEN! See the application for complete rules and information. Application deadline is January 31st. Winners will be announced february 13, 2020. Want to learn more about he RPA? Check our www.BOMI.org
Design, Operations & Maintenance I and II
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In an ever-changing industry, career success depends on maintaining strong fundamentals, developing new skills and keeping a pulse on current trends. BOMA Indianapolis' educational offerings are designed to help you do just that.
Richard Wieland has been a BOMI instructor since 2010 and teaches RPA and FMA classes throughout the country utilizing the accelerated and on-line formats. Mr. Wieland over his 40 years of experience has held positions at Ford, Chrysler and Federal-Mogul along with being the Senior Operations Manager for two manufacturing companies. Richard’s personnel real estate investing experience includes the creation, funding and management of a residential real estate LLC. Mr. Wieland presently works for the Department of Defense responsible for programing of probabilistic cost models for very large scale government programs from conception, development, construction, deployment and maintenance investment phases covering time frames of 20 to 30 years.
Renae Breitbach has been a property manager since 1995 and is teaching our Leasing & Marketing for Property Managers. Renae hasa long history of managing class A office, industrial, flex space, medical office and retail. As a current/founding Partner and Executive Vice President of Amerimar Midwest Management Co., Inc., a third-party fee property management company, Renae is responsible for all client development, marketing, sales, management, financial reporting, human resource management and project management.
You may receive credit for specific courses from accredited colleges and universities, or from specific professional credentials, including the CCIM, CPM, PE, SIOR, and more.
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Finally, the commercial real estate industry has a professional certification that provides early recognition for foundational knowledge and guides the next generation of property managers toward greater responsibility and success in their careers: the Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP).MORE INFO