The SFP credential is ideal for:
- Facility management practitioners with a baseline of FM industry knowledge.
- Experienced FM professionals transitioning into sustainability related positions.
- CFMs and FMPs interested in expanding their depth of expertise.
- Related industry practitioners such as architects, designers, energy managers and safety engineers.
- LEED professionals seeking continuing education hours.
Having an SFP gives you the recognition and credibility you deserve as an informed champion with a unique decision-making and program development skill set.
The following three SFP focus areas provide a complete picture of how FMs can improve the sustainability of their facilities in all eight major categories of sustainable facility management as defined by IFMA: energy, water, materials and resources, workplace management, indoor environmental quality, quality of services, waste and site impact:
- Strategy & Alignment for Sustainable
- Managing Sustainable Facilities
- Operating Sustainable Facilities