Business Forms Management Association (BFMA) announces certificate program for professionals who work with forms
MADISON, WIS (November 22, 2022) — Business Forms Management Association (BFMA), the association for forms and business process professionals, announces the availability of the BFMA Certificate Program, designed to educate professionals dealing with forms about how efficient forms management contributes to better business, satisfied clients, a trusted brand and improved reputation—and even an increase in profits.
The BFMA Certificate Program includes four major components. Each certificate aligns with a major function and common role within a forms management program, including Forms Analysis, Forms Development, Forms Control and Program Management and Administration.
Those who complete all nine courses that comprise the four program areas will earn the top designation available from the BFMA Certificate Program: Forms Management Specialist (FMS). Earning the FMS designation indicates the mastery of all 10 competency areas and more than 200 elements.
The BFMA Certificate Program is an online offering via a learning management system. BFMA developed the program as a way for professionals to gain more knowledge in the field of forms and to demonstrate that knowledge through a rigorous set of tests, albeit there is no final exam. Organizations will also find it useful as a training tool for employees who are new to the field of forms management.
Click here to learn more: https://www.bfma.org/mpage/BOK-Cert
About Business Forms Management Association
BFMA was founded in 1958. Radical changes have occurred in business since that time and those changes are reflected in their business processes and the forms that support them. With changes in products, terminology, technology and performance mandates, the working world today is very different from how it was when BFMA was founded. BFMA is the trailblazer when it comes to bringing together real-world enterprise forms management, content management and information management leaders to discuss the issues and challenges that practitioners face every day, giving actionable takeaways that make a difference. For more information or to become a member visit www.bfma.org.