FMP Facility Management Professional® – Review Course
IFMA‘s Facility Management Professional (FMP) designation is a knowledge-based credential for FM professionals and industry suppliers looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the core FM topics deemed critical by employers. By earning the must-have FMP credential, you will improve your knowledge, enhance your skills, and gain immediate credibility with employers, clients and peers.
The Facility Management Professional program can help you gain a competitive advantage and improve your job performance through education and recognition. It can help build practical skills you can apply to your job immediately, resulting in cost-savings and added value to your organization through one of a kind compressed 5-day FMP program which will save you a valuable time, while retaining the same top quality insights you get with standard 8-day FMP program. In addition, you will earn professional credibility and recognition from current and potential employers, clients, work teams and peers and move one step closer to earning your CFM (Certified Facility Manager®) credential by taking up to three years off of your CFM experience requirement. In addition to this, you will be able to network with your peers at special FMP functions at local, national and international events and earn 60 GBCI general CE hours, earn GBCI CE credits: LEED Professionals can earn 60 general continuing education hours upon completion of the full FMP program or 15 hours per individual course; and earn IFMA-issued CEUs (Continuing Education Units)
KEY COURSE TAKEAWAYS
- Build a solid foundation
- Meet the demands of global employers
- Take a step toward acquiring Certified Facility Manager® (CFM®) credential
- Set yourself apart from the competition
- Establish your professional network
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
IFMA’s Facility Management Professional (FMP) designation is a knowledge-based credential that will help to accelerate an FM’s transition into the profession and demonstrate a proven comprehension of the foundations of facility management.
It is ideal for:
- Facility management practitioners looking to increase their depth-of-knowledge in the foundation FM topics deemed critical by employers.
- Individuals who are transitioning into the FM profession.
- Related-industry practitioners such as architects, designers and safety engineers.
- Facility-related product and service providers.
- Students entering the profession from colleges, universities, certificate or technical programs.
- Experienced FMs intending to pursue the CFM credential.
FACILITY MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
Founded in 1980, IFMA is the world’s largest and most widely recognized international association for facility management professionals, supporting more than 23,500 members in 94 countries.
The association’s members, represented in 130 chapters and 17 councils worldwide, manage more than 37 billion square feet of property and annually purchase more than US$100 billion in products and services. To meet its mission to “advance the facility management profession by providing exceptional services, products, resources and opportunities,” on an annual basis IFMA:
- Certifies facility managers through three credentialing programs;
- Produces World Workplace, the world’s largest facility management conference and exposition, and Facility Fusion, a more intimate gathering of FM professionals with powerful networking and a fusion of education, leadership training, best practices and an exposition;
- Conducts research that strengthens the knowledge and skills of FM professionals while advancing the FM profession;
- Provides a wide range of educational courses from entry-level programs to those for highly experienced facility managers.
- Length 5 days
- Level Advanced Training
- Industry Facility Management
- Prerequisites None
- Association IFMA - International Facility Management Association
- Language English
- This program is worth
OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
– Introduction to Operations and Maintenance
– Assess Facility Needs
– Manage/Oversee Operations and Maintenance of Building, Systems and Equipment
– Manage/Oversee Occupant Services
– Select the Best Resources
– Measure Operations and Maintenance Performance
– Introduction to Project Management
– Define Projects
– Plan Projects
– Manage and Oversee Projects
– Close Projects
FINANCE AND BUSINESS
– Finance and Business in the Facility Organization
– Financial Management of the Facility Organization
– Procurement in the Facility Organization
– Contracts in the Facility Organization
LEADERSHIP AND STRATEGY
– Plan Strategically
– Lead and Manage the Facility Organization
– Provide Leadership to the Entire Organization