Best Property Management Courses of 2021

BOMA




For property managers interested in commercial property management, we chose the Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP) course. You’ll benefit from BOMA’s commercial real estate industry reputation, the network it provides, and its world-class course content.

Cons
  • Need a degree or four years of experience

  • No in-person learning option

  • Testing is in-person or online proctored

BOMA is the name to know in commercial property management, so it’s no surprise that their course is our winner. The course is custom-designed to make you an expert in commercial property management by giving you real-world knowledge and linking you to an international network of professionals.

BOMA’s Certified Manager of Commercial Properties (CMCP) course was custom-created in July 2019 to prepare property managers for a successful career in the industry. BOMA isn’t a newcomer to the commercial real estate space, however; they’ve been bringing together owners, managers,

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Open LMS Achieves AWS Education Competency Status for Secure Learning Management Solutions

Being awarded Amazon Web Services Education Competency status signifies Open LMS’s proven ability to provide specialized learning and education solutions for teachers, learners, and administrators.

INDIANAPOLIS, April 21, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Open LMS, part of Learning Technologies Group (LTG), announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Education Competency status. As the world’s largest commercial Moodle™ provider, Open LMS receives this designation that recognizes its technical proficiency and proven success building solutions that support mission-critical workloads of Higher Education, K-12 Primary/Secondary, Research, and Publishing customers.

Achieving the AWS Education Competency differentiates Open LMS as an AWS Partner that has delivered proven customer success by providing specialized solutions aligning with AWS architectural best practices to support the academic experience of teachers and learners and/or improve the operational needs of administrators. To receive the designation, AWS Partners must possess deep AWS expertise and undergo an assessment of the security,

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Youth money management education is important

4-H Clover Cents provide online video resources to teach youth money management concepts.

Use a budget. Do not spend more than you make. Consider needs and wants. To make a big purchase, do price comparison research first. These are all money management concepts that Michigan State University Extension staff teach young people.

According to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, developing financial knowledge, skills and habits is an important stepping stone on young people’s path to adult financial well-being.

Research released April 16, 2018, and funded by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) found one in three Americans to be financially fragile, meaning they are unable to cope with emergency expenses in a short timeframe. In addition, as part of a decade-long research study, NEFE published in 2018 that, “Self-efficacy isn’t defined as just having knowledge and skills, but believing in success as long as you try,” said Ted

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New business management class at PHS | Education

A business management course will be added to next year’s Payson High School catalog. This is the top requested course when students were surveyed this past year.

This class is for students interested in business and who have a desire to understand how business works in today’s global economy.

Career development, including critical workplace skills, and life beyond graduation are emphasized. This course will provide students with practical business applications by using hands-on projects that will give students the opportunity to acquire basic skills of financial know-how and collaborative team training.

Students will also learn Microsoft Office, including Word documents, Excel and PowerPoint presentations. In this course students will spend more than 51% of the time working in a business lab environment. This course is the first course in a two-year sequence for business courses: Business Management I and Business Management II. It will also offer dual credit through GCC/EAC.

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