People, process, and place are the three elements that you as a facilities manager must integrate to ensure that your business environment supports productivity. The FMA® designation will benefit you if you:
What You Will Learn:
- Manage facilities for a company or an organization that manufactures a product or provides non-real estate services as its primary business.
- Strive to create a productive work environment that enhances staff performance.
- Control overall work flow through interior space utilization and incorporation of new technologies.
- Work with architects, engineers, and construction companies.
- Administer general services contracts.
To earn the FMA® designation, you must complete all seven of these courses and the Ethics is Good Business® ShortCourse™:
- How to create a quality work environment that maximizes productivity.
- How to position yourself as a key strategic professional within your organization.
- Ways to manage facilities that best support staff and fit into the organization's overall objectives.
- Also gain valuable skills in strategic planning, project management, corporate finance, capital investment, and physical asset management and learn about new facilities technologies, environmental health, worker safety, and other timely issues.
- The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part I
- The Design, Operation, and Maintenance of Building Systems, Part II
- Fundamentals of Facilities Management
- Technologies for Facilities Management
- Facilities Planning and Project Management
- Real Estate Investment and Finance
- Environmental Health and Safety Issues
In addition to requiring Ethics Is Good Business®, the Institute requires that all designees abide by a Code of Professional Ethics and Conduct.
The following courses give you credit for the FMA® designational program:
Fundamentals of Facilities Management
Technologies for Facilities Management
Facilities Planning and Project Management
Continuing Professional Development
To maintain active status of the FMA designation, 18 points of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) credit must be earned every three years.
For further information please visit the BOMI on-line learning website at: http://www.bomiproducts.org/ecampus-online-learning.aspx?dc=000653