Stand out to employers, increase your credibility and your value.
There's a reason the FMP is known as the must-have credential for facility professionals.
When it comes to facility management education, serious FMs (and employers!) know that the FMP gives you the skills and knowledge you need to be effective.
It's probably why there are over 12,000+ proud credential holders. And you could be next.
Develop the skills and certainty to solve
complex on-the-job challenges
Learn best practices and run your facilities more effectively and efficiently
Leverage your FMP training to set the standard of performance in your facilities and optimize your team's productivity.
Gain confidence in your role as a facility manager with in-demand skills
Get the training and knowledge that shows employers you have the advanced skills and proficiency they're looking for.
Learn critical thinking skills essential to managing complex facilities
Refine your knowledge with a deep dive into the four fundamental subject areas of facility management.
Manage your facilities more effectively and efficiently
Use your training to offer tangible, effective solutions that will positively impact your company's bottom line.
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What’s Included in the FMP course
The FMP is made up of four foundational modules.
Finance & Business
Learn the essential finance and business practices and how to integrate those into your function as an FM. Understand how to engage finance, legal, procurement, risk managers and others to maximize decisions for your organization.
Operations & maintenance
Learn how to assess and inspect facility needs. Manage, oversee and monitor O&M of buildings, systems and equipment. Understand the processes for developing occupant service specifications and more.
Leadership & Strategy
Effective strategies require facility managers to be able to integrate people, place and process. They must be able to align the facility portfolio and functionality with its organization’s missions and available resources.
Plan, initiate and execute projects. Understand the entire project life cycle and how to monitor and control project performance. Learn about the facility managers role in projects and how to evaluate outcomes.
Steve Weeks, FMP, CFMManager, Captial Initiatives, Amsted Rail
“Since getting the FMP, I’ve gone from facility manager to being on the executive team for the company. Having the credential has really helped me be a good leader in my company and my salary has tripled.”
The career you've always wanted starts now
Develop the skills, confidence and credibility to help you pursue the next level in your career.
FULL MEMBER/STANDARD PRICE
Purchase individual modules that make up the collection of the FMP
FMP® INSTRUCTOR-LED COURSES
Want guided instruction to help you through your FMP coursework in as little as 4 - 6 weeks? Buy a virtual course offered by IFMA Qualified Instructors.
These 90-minute weekly sessions include chapter summaries, real world examples and even Q & A with the instructor.View FMP Instructor-Led Courses >
Frequently Asked Questions
If you still have questions on what training and resources are best for you, we’re here to help.
No, but full members are given discounted pricing. Learn how to become a full member today! (https://www.ifma.org/membership)
Yes, you can finish an FMP module in as little as 4 to 6 weeks with the help of our instructors. Explore the schedule of virtual FMP classes.
The FMP bundle is offered at a discount and the courses are available for two years (24 months). If you purchase courses individually, you have access to them for 1 year (12 months).
No. There are no specific educational or experiential prerequisites required for the FMP program or final assessments.
Yes, we do offer corporate and group training. Special pricing applies for groups of 2 or more individuals. Contact us at email@example.com to learn more.
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Use these talking points to make a compelling case for earning your FMP, as well as other IFMA credentials.
To be recognized as an FMP, you’ll submit an application once you've completed all four final assessments (one per module).
- A confirmation email from IFMA
- A lifetime listing in our credentials registry
- A digital certificate of your achievement and a digital badge for verification of your knowledge – use this to share your credential with current/potential employers, decorate your LinkedIn profile, include in your email signature and more.
For more information on accessing your digital badge and certificate, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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