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IFMA’s new FM.Training offers on-demand, personalized education

The range of knowledge and skills an FM must possess is vast. IFMA’s brand new modules provide the training you need, on-demand, to meet the challenge.

Even the most experienced facility professionals cope with their own unique knowledge gaps; your knowledge of FM is one-of-a-kind, so shouldn’t your professional training be unique to you, too?

To meet your needs, IFMA’s catalog of courses at FM.Training now allows you to create a personal development plan, addressing knowledge and/or skill areas that you want to improve upon.

It places upskilling in your own hands – you decide what you need to know, when you need to know it. You choose what and how you learn, instead of studying something you don’t need, in a format you don’t want.

Unique to the industry, IFMA’s flexible learning, geared toward your individual preferences, is a more sophisticated way to train. It leaves behind the one-size-fits-all, group-focused instruction of the past, providing you with a more engaging, self-driven and self-paced experience. 

Sustainability, Real Estate and Performance & Quality courses have recently been published on FM.Training; an additional three courses will be added in the coming weeks, completing the list of available deep-dives into the 11 FM core competencies. Students receive CEUs, a certificate of completion and a digital micro-badge.

Your choice, your pace, with techniques and practices applicable worldwide.

“As an FM leader, you have to be a lifelong learner. Training isn’t an option anymore; it’s a must-have. It allows you to acquire new skills, sharpen existing ones and boost productivity.”

Mohammed Elageed, CFM, Senior Facilities Manager.

Demonstrate to your employer that you’re both capable and indispensable by filling in your knowledge gaps, to help protect your position and advance your career.

IFMA’s FM.Training has the knowledge options you need to learn and grow in the areas you choose. Get started now at FM.Training.

The International Facility Management Association (IFMA), the only ANSI-accredited FM training provider, has actively guided, supported and advocated for FM for over 40-years. Globally recognized as the leader in FM professional development and standards, IFMA utilized two landmark Global Job Task Analyses, to identify and validate the 11 core competencies of facility management, to develop exam specifications and curricula that accurately reflect the scope of the FM practice.