Facilities Management Administrator (FMA®) Designation

Education for those responsible for making sure a facility runs smoothly by creating a safe and productive workplace for a company and by taking care of tenant issues such as comfort, safety, daily operations, and maintenance.

Learn how to manage facilities in a way that best supports staff and fits into your organization’s overall objectives. From planning and project management to environmental health and worker safety, this program also provides the information needed to minimize maintenance costs and properly manage other timely issues.

Program Requirements:

To earn the FMA Designation, you must meet all program requirements. 

Note that as of July 1, 2013 the FMA Designation program requirements have changed and the Technologies for Facilities Management course has been retired; therefore, the FMA Designation program requirements depend on when you enroll/enrolled in the program.

         

Enrolled On/After July 1, 2013

 
 

Enrolled Prior to July 1, 2013
Completed Technologies for Facilities Management

 
 

Enrolled Prior to July 1, 2013
Did Not Complete Technologies for Facilities Management

 

Required Courses:

 
 

Required Courses:

 
 

Required Courses:

 
Environmental Health and Safety
Issues 
  Environmental Health and Safety
Issues 
  Environmental Health and Safety
Issues 
         
Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™    Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™    Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™ 
         
Facilities Planning and Project Management     Facilities Planning and Project Management     Facilities Planning and Project Management  
         
Fundamentals of Facilities
Management
  Real Estate Investment and
Finance
  Real Estate Investment and
Finance
         
The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part I
  The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part I
  The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part I
         
The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part II
  The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part II
  The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems,
Part II
         
    Technologies for Facilities Management (retired)    
         

Elective Courses:
(choose two)

 
 

Elective Courses:
(choose one)

 
 

Elective Courses:
(choose two)

 
Asset Management   Asset Management   Asset Management
         
Managing the Organization    Managing the Organization    Managing the Organization 
         
Real Estate Investment and
Finance
  Fundamentals of Facilities Management   Fundamentals of Facilities Management
         

Experience Requirement:

 

Experience Requirement:

 

Experience Requirement:

         
Applies. 
Learn more.
  Does not apply.   Does not apply. 
         

Enroll in the FMA Designation Program / Register for FMA Courses:

1.   Select a course above that you would like to register for. Courses may be taken in any order.
2.   Review the course schedule at the bottom of the course page and decide on an offering you prefer.
3.   Enroll in the FMA Designation Program and/or register for FMA courses in any of the following ways:
   
  • Online—Click the link in the “To Register” column for the course offering you have chosen and proceed to the checkout steps. If you need an invoice, select the “check” payment option when prompted and you will receive an invoice via e-mail.
  • Fax—Complete the Enrollment and Registration Form and fax it to 410.974.0544. 
  • Phone—Call 1.800.235.BOMI (2664) to speak with our Education Coordinator Team.