New and more complex demands present themselves on almost a daily basis, with FM roles expanding past traditional duties to include strategic business skills, asset management and more. While the world around us changes you can make an impact on your career and your organization by filling in your FM gaps.
It's time to write
your FM story.
So where do you start?
So, what skills do FMs need?
No one knows what it takes to be a facility professional better than those who live it every day. The ProFM credential is the most significant advancement in years to support the FM profession and the success of its professionals. The foundation of the ProFM® credential is the ProFM Body of Knowledge, which defines the 19 functional FM knowledge areas and five cross-functional competencies required of today’s facility professionals. ProFM also reflects the globalization of the FM profession by incorporating the ISO 41000 international FM standards and US Federal Buildings Personnel Training Act (FBPTA), with perspective from industry experts and FM professionals across 93 different countries.
How can you fill your FM gaps?
The ProFM Credential Program includes everything you need to build your FM knowledge and skills, prove your competency, and earn the ProFM credential. The all-in-one program teaches and tests the entire ProFM Body of Knowledge.
Choose your perfect fit based on your needs for scheduling, budget, instructor support and location.
What’s in it for you?
Get the job or promotion you’ve wanted by broadening and updating your knowledge and skills to match what employers want.
Gain the recognition you deserve, and prove to peers, employers and clients that you’ve attained the global standard in FM.
Increase your on-the-job confidence and performance, even as FM expands beyond traditional roles.
ProFM delivers today’s best practices across the broad range of FM tasks helping all FMs prepare for the next phase of their careers.
But, don’t just take our word for it.
Lisa Trayter, ProFM
Greater Pittsburgh Area – School District
The knowledge I gained from the ProFM program gives me the confidence to know I can provide the best facility management experience for all involved and keeps me up to speed with the fast-changing facility management setting.
Stefanie Driscoll, ProFM
Ferrandino & Son, Inc.
While I had to study a lot, the program is well designed for working FMs, and capitalizes on what you already know while helping you focus on areas where you may need to learn more. I would absolutely recommend other FMs complete the ProFM study course and testing. You will discover what you don’t know and that is often more valuable in advancing your career.
Johnathon Caradonna, ProFM
ProFM is a great whether you are just getting into Facilities Management or a seasoned veteran. The information is relevant for today’s industry and easy to understand and apply in the field.
George F. Smith, III, ProFM
Cushman & Wakefield
Because the ProFM program is all encompassing and comprehensive, the knowledge that I have gained will make my day-to-day career responsibilities much easier to fulfill. Whether dealing with emergency maintenance issues or motivating team members, earning this credential has made it easier to deal with almost any facility related issues I face.