Sustainability Facility Professional™

Become a leader in developing sustainable FM strategies



SFP® Credential

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.

How do I earn the SFP?

The Sustainability Facility Professional® is the only tool you’ll need to earn your SFP credential in one complete program. This interactive program will teach the knowledge, skills and tools needed to develop sustainable facility management practices and also includes the final SFP assessments required to earn the SFP credential.

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ANSI Accredited

IFMA is an ANSI-Accredited Certificate Issuer - Accreditation #1057. IFMA is accredited to issue the FMP and SFP Certificate to those successfully completing the FMP and SFP Certificate Program by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) under ANSI/ASTM E2659-09. ANSI is the official U.S. representative to the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ANSI accreditation is nationally and internationally recognized as a mark of quality. It assures companies, customers and the general public that a certificate holder has completed the prescribed course of study in a manner that represents the best in quality education and training.

Benefits of the SFP

Why pursue the SFP credential?

  • Learn to use knowledge-based and data-driven methods to develop valuable solutions.
  • Rise to the challenge of balancing sustainability and the corporate mission.
  • Impact your organization’s triple bottom line; economic, ecological and social growth and stability.
  • Gain a competitive advantage as an informed champion, partner and steward of the built environment.
  • Join an exclusive network of like-minded professionals that have achieved their SFP credential.
  • Earn LEED Maintenance CE credits: LEED professionals can earn 70 general continuing education hours upon completion of the SFP program.
  • Earn IFMA-issued CEUs and CFM Maintenance Points. Learn more.

CEU points:

  • Self Study: 3
  • Instructor Led: 7

CFM Maintenance Activities:

  • Self Study: 3 activities
  • Instructor Led: 3 activities