In the face of increasing need for organisations and people to consciously protect the environment, professions like FM must – as managers of the physical environment must rise to the occasion.
The Sustainability Facility Professional (SFP) certification, beyond being a building certification and rating system, prepare professionals for leadership roles in creating, managing and operating sustainable facilities.
This is because getting the SFP credential helps bridge the gap between the professional and the property, enabling facility managers to implement sustainability concepts that align with corporate strategy.
IFMA’s SFP Credential Program® provides the tools to enhance your knowledge and earn the SFP credential in one complete program. This new training and assessment program provides a complete picture of how individuals can improve the sustainability of their facilities.
- Strategy and Alignment for Sustainable Facility Management
- Managing Sustainable Facilities
- Operating Sustainable Facilities.
As this concept of Tripple Bottomline becomes pronounced and defining characteristics for Corporate Social Responsibility, organisations that sponsor or encourage their employees for this certification will benefit from the impact of increasing better perception and business performance.
At the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the concept of sustainability and how to apply it in emerging markets.
- Develop and implement sustainability plans for FM operations.
- Operate sustainable FM processes.
- Impact organization’s triple bottom line
- Support corporate environmental commitment with practical FM skills.
- Certified Facility Managers® (CFM®) and Facility Management
- Professionals (FMP®) interested in expanding their depth of expertise in the area of sustainable facility management
- LEED Professionals seeking continuing education hours
- Middle to Top Management FM Professionals
- Middle to Top Management Professionals in FM-interfacing roles
- Middle to Top Management Professionals in FM-related industries, particularly the built environment.
This is a four-module assessment training course, spanning a total of 8 to 10 days. It is delivered through classroom presentations, supporting reference materials, and an assessment at the end of each module – depending on participant’s preferred training option.