The IFMA-RICS suite of professional credentials provides a defined path for entry and advancement in facilities management and combined FM training opportunities offering a full spectrum of professional development for every career stage from new entrants to experienced professionals.
For facility management professionals and industry suppliers.
Increase your depth-of-knowledge in the core FM topics deemed critical by employers.
Four courses teach the core topics of facility management.Learn More Order Now Prepare Now
For all FM and like-minded professionals with an interest in sustainable practices.
Develop and gain recognition for your expertise in sustainable FM practices while impacting your organization's triple bottom line.
In this module, facility managers will gain an understanding of software technologies used in FM, including Building Automation Systems (BAS), Energy Management Systems (EMS), Integrated Workplace Management Systems (IWMS) as well as “cloud” and SaaS software applications.
The CoRE Fundamentals e-learning course and certificate programme is offered by CoreNet Global in association with RICS. CoreNet Global is the world's leading association for corporate real estate (CRE) and workplace professionals, service providers and economic developers.
In this module, facility managers will learn how health and safety affect occupants and FM operations, addressing the standards and processes for conducting related risk assessments.
In this course, you will focus on various methodologies to develop the strategy and framework for a performance management system for facilities.
In this module, facility managers will explore various work management tools utilized in an FM organization. Addressing the role of productivity in the effective management of facilities, the determination and calculation of productivity metrics is discussed along with the basics of automated work management.
En este módulo, los facility managers serán introducidos a conceptos clave del facility management que van desde el papel que desempeñan en la organización al conjunto de habilidades y competencias necesarias para desempeñar eficazmente su labor. Además, este taller le otorgará al facility manager un mayor aprecio por lo que administran en el lugar de trabajo y los desafíos típicos que enfrentan a diario.
As an unprecedented number of experienced facility managers transition out of active practice, the FM industry is experiencing the largest professional hand-off in industry history. This session addresses the need for FM organizations to preserve the FM legacy and prepare for the next generation of facility professionals.