The Certified Facility Manager® (CFM) credential sets the industry standard for ensuring the knowledge and competence of practicing facility managers as the most respected global credential in facility management.

Now more than ever, recognizing competency, establishing benchmarks and setting performance standards are vital to the global economy. Never have public and private sector employers relied as much on certification organizations as they do today. Professional associations are now taking a lead role in the development of credentialing programs, and IFMA’s CFM program was the first, and is still the only globally recognized, certification in facility management.

IFMA’s certification process is designed to assess competency in the field through work experience, education and the ability to pass a comprehensive exam that covers 11 competencies  that make up the facility management body of knowledge. Since the program began in 1992, more than 3,100 facility managers from 32 countries have achieved this prestigious recognition.

Reasons for The Certified Facility Manager® (CFM) credential training:

1. Competency-based

The CFM Exam is competency-based, testing what a person can do compared to standards that define the practice of facility management. One cannot take a course or a simple knowledge-based exam to earn the credential. IFMA’s competency-based program is at a higher level than a knowledge-based program, reflecting the growing importance of facility management in the international business world.

2. Recognized globally

In addition, the CFM is the only global facility management certification available. Goals of IFMA’s certification program:

  1. Assure professional excellence
  2. Establish standards for global professional practice
  3. Promote the added value of the profession
  4. Influence the future direction of the profession

Training Duration:

2 Days

Training dates:

  • July 26th-28th 2017
  • November 29th- Dec 1st, 2017

Training fees:

₦840,000 per participant for training materials, meals, bag, and snacks