UH West O`ahu Presents the IFMA SFP® Certification Course
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OPTIMIZE YOUR FACILITY MANAGEMENT PERFORMANCE!
Become a leader in developing sustainable FM strategies
The IFMA SFP Credential Program is now available for the first time ever in Hawai'i this fall at UH West O'ahu and at UH Maui College's Office of Continuing Education & Training (OCET). This 40 hour course will be delivered over the six (6) days of: October 21-22, November 4-5, and November 18-19, 2016.
The regular price of this course is $2,250 ($2,000 + $250 professional SFP credential fee). For this special inaugural presentation, due to generous support by the Ingersoll Rand Corporation, Trane Corporation, and Hawai`i Energy, a significantly reduced price for the course is available to Hawai'i facilities management professionals and to full-time UH West O'ahu and UH Maui College students. The first 10 UH West O'ahu or UH Maui College students and the first 10 qualified individuals whose primary job responsibility is facility/property management in Hawai`i pay only $450 for the course because of the support of these sponsors. Please note that participants must also be residents of Honolulu, Hawaii and Maui Counties to receive these rates and for the facility/property management category, the participant must have more than one year’s experience in operating/supporting the facility or property of a Honolulu, Hawaii or Maui County electric utility rate payer (limit one participant at this rate from any particular company or organization). Also note that community college students from other UH campuses will be considered on a space-available and technology-available basis at the $450 rate. The $450 special sponsorship-funded rate is subject to verification and approval to receive. (Note there is a small processing fee charged at time of registration.)
In addition, a special introductory reduced rate for additional participants and the general public for this one-time only, inaugural course offering, is only $1,750 (contingent on space availability).
All participants must agree to take the SFP exam and to take the exam to receive the reduced rates indicated above. Participants also agree to share the outcome of the SFP test with UHWO and its funders. The introductory rates are not conditional on passing the exam; however, auditors of the course who want to participate without taking the quizzes and final exam must pay the full course price of $2,250.
IFMA’s SFP® is an assessment-based certificate program delivering a specialty credential in sustainability. By earning your SFP credential, you will develop and gain recognition for your expertise in sustainable FM practices while impacting your organization's economic, environmental and social bottom lines. Watch a short video about how the SFP can help you.
The SFP credential has helped your peers across the world increase their sustainability knowledge and develop the skills they need to implement significant sustainable solutions. View the SFP Success Stories to find out more.
Optimum “sustainability” for savvy facility and property management professionals that goes beyond certifying the premises with the preferred building rating system, this course is a commitment to improving the facility’s impact on the environment, productivity and people — not just today, but tomorrow too.
Become an SFP and play a key leadership role in creating, managing and operating sustainable facilities. The SFP is the credential for FMs seeking a higher level of sustainable performance.
Get the information and tools that facility managers need to develop a sustainability strategy. The SFP credential will give you credibility as an informed champion and steward of the built environment in your organization and community.
SFP credential will benefit:
- Facility directors and operations managers
- Architects, engineers, designers
- Consultants to the FM industry
- Students pursuing a career in facility management
- FMPs and CFMs
- LEED-certified professionals can earn 70 general CE hours for credential maintenance
Here is the SFP course outline
I. Strategy and Alignment for Sustainable FM
– Introduction to sustainability
– Developing an organization strategy
– Sustainability considerations, goals and initiatives
– Communication and reporting sustainability
II. Managing Sustainable Facilities
– Sustainability Policy Development
– Applying Sustainability to FM Plans
– Sustainability Program Development & Implementation
– Change Management
– Performance Management Tools
– Finance for Sustainable Facilities
– Purchasing and Procuring for Sustainable Facilities
– Sustainability Standards, Systems and Support
III. Operating Sustainable Facilities
– Energy, water, materials and resources
– Indoor environmental quality
– Workplace management
– Waste management
– Site impact
UH West O'ahu, UH Maui College, and IFMA Hawai'i are pleased to offer this 6-day professional development course as a result of the generous support of the following:
Ingersoll Rand Corporation
Office of Naval Research
UH Maui College's Office of Continuing Education & Training (OCET)
What are the hours of the class sessions?
Each class day begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 5:00 p.m.
What must I bring to each class session?
You must bring a laptop computer to access internet quizzes throughout the training, a notebook and pen.
Is parking avalible for each of the 6 class sessions?
Free parking is available in the Visitor Parking Lots at the UH West O'ahu and UH Maui College campuses.
Are meals provided?
Yes, for this special inaugural presentation, a light continental breakfast, lunch and snacks are provided at each class day of the course.
What is your cancellation policy?
Cancellations with full refunds are permitted until October 15th. No refunds will be provided after October 15th.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Dr. Richard Jones at UH West O'ahu with any questions -- email: firstname.lastname@example.org.