Professional Development

Strengthen your résumé and enhance your career!

All BOMA Monthly Meetings, Brown Bag Lunch Seminars BOMI Courses and the Mega Education Day are qualified for BOMI CPD's and CE Hours for the Michigan Real Estate/Brokers License. See our calendar for upcoming opportunities!

BOMA/Metro Detroit sponsors accredited programs through BOMI for the designations of Real Property Administrator (RPA®) and Facilities Management Administrator (FMA®) as well as 3 course certificate programs.

BOMI INTERNATIONAL LOGOIndependent Institute for Property
and Facility Management Education

A BOMI education means improved performance, increased recognition, additional responsibilities and authority, and even higher compensation. A BOMI designation can help you advance at every level of your career. See Local Calendar & Infomation

Foundations of Real Estate Management Course

This entry level course covers the fundamentals of commercial real estate administration, management, building systems, accounting and reporting, contract management, and more. It is perfect for those considering jobs as property managers, or those whose jobs interface with property managers, as well as industry new-comers and anyone who may have learned on the job and has training gaps. Learn more here.

BOMA offers online education addressing a full range of industry issues.  



BOMA International webinars cover timely and topical issues that address the wide-ranging needs of commercial real estate professionals. Webinars may be viewed live when offered and pre-recorded webinars are available on-demand. All you need is a computer and the internet.

Webinars qualify for continuing professional development credit for the renewal of these industry designations: RPA, FMA, SMA, SMT, CPM, CCM and ARM. Certain webinars are also approved for renewal of the Building Operator Certificate (BOC) and the BEEP Webinar Series is approved for GBCI Continuing Education for LEED credential maintenance.

Michigan Real Estate Brokers & Salespersons

Beginning Jan. 1, 2015 Licensees will be responsible fortracking their own CE credits and providing documentation of course content upon request by Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) during audit inquiry. Licensees will be required to complete at least 18 clock hours of continuing education per 3-year   license cycle, with 2 hours per calendar year involving law, rules, andcourt cases regarding real estate. 

Michigan Realtors® has developed and will maintain a comprehensive database – officially named CE Marketplace –to provide for the tracking of continuing education credits. CE Marketplace will  certify continuing education courses, track hours for all licensees and – if needed – defend CE Marketplace certified courses in a license renewal audit.

BOMA/Metro Detroit will certify all courses that qualify for the Michigan Real Estate License with the CE Marketplace to maintain a central tracking method. Realtors® and licensees will be able to verify course credits via their personal log-in on at no charge, for courses that have been certified by CE Marketplace.