BOMA programs approved for Certified Construction Manager certification credits

by Brianna Crandall — May 27, 2016 — The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International announced last week that its educational programs, including Webinars and conference education sessions, are now approved for renewal points for the Certified Construction Manager (CCM) credential.

This new credential further broadens the benefits of BOMA International’s extensive educational offerings and will apply to education sessions at the upcoming 2016 BOMA International Conference and Expo, being held June 25-38 in Washington, DC.

BOMA International’s cutting-edge industry education already qualifies for a wide variety of certification programs, including CPM, RPA, FMA, SMA, SMT and ARM renewal and continuing professional development credits.

Several programs are approved for LEED credential maintenance and renewal of the Building Operator Certification (BOC). The addition of the CCM certification reflects the growing number of construction professionals participating in BOMA’s Webinars and conferences.

The CCM was created to improve delivery in the built environment, and it is the only certification for the construction management profession accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under the International Organization for Standardization’s ISO-17024 standard.

A CCM credential demonstrates that an individual is committed to excellence in construction project management, career advancement and the pursuit of knowledge, says BOMA.

Read more information about BOMA International’s Webinars and annual conference education sessions on the BOMA Web site.