The FMP is one of the most sought after credentials in the facility industry. It provides a well-rounded understanding of what it takes to manage a robust facility management program and is beneficial to those entering the field and the well-seasoned. Additionally, the FMP is good preparation for those desiring to obtain their CFM as it helps you to start thinking like a CFM. Click here to learn more about upcoming classes.
The SFP Overview is a two-day introduction to key concepts covered in the SFP Learning System. Each SFP Overview attendee will receive an SFP Learning System to continue self-study after the session. Attendees can complete the SFP focus area and assessments, and earn the SFP, at their own pace. Learn More.
The CFM, is the most distinguished credential in the facility industry. A recent IFMA study found that CFMs earn 25% more than their non-CFM counterparts and tend to occupy higher management positions. The Charlotte Chapter of IFMA is excited to offer this one-day CFM Exam Prep Workshop. The class will help you determine your readiness for the CFM exam and hopefully give you the confidence needed to obtain the certification. Click here to learn more about upcoming courses.
Explore the roles, responsibilities and core competencies that make up the facility management profession. Examine realistic workplace situations in the global marketplace. IFMA’s Essentials of FM Workshops will help you grow in the FM profession and better communicate with members of your FM department or team. Please note that the Essentials of FM Workshop Series is not a credential, but a professional Workshop Series. Learn more.
Champion Services, Inc.
Thomas Beggs, CFM, FMP
Providence Day School
Foundation For The Carolinas
Patti Childers, CFM
Cindy Clayton, CFM, FMA, RPA
Mint Museum of Art
Richard Fida, CFM
The Bissell Companies, Inc.
Scott Herring, CFM
First Baptist Church of Indian Trail
Dennis Johnson, CFM
Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc
Electric Power Research Institute
Jerold Marlow, CFM
Fifth Third Bank
Sue Morris, CFM
The Vanguard Group
Lauren Moss, CFM
Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond – Charlotte Branch
Paul O’Conner, CFM, CPM
Ian Price, CFM
Roush Fenway Racing
Vic Reece, CFM, FMP, SFP
John Rimer, CFM
Simon Property Group
Susan Sessler, CFM
City of Concord
Joleen Stephan-Mease, CFM
David Stephenson, CFM
Little Diversified Architectural Consulting
Matthew Stiene, FMP, CFM, PE
Douglas Van Wirt, CFM
Billy Graham Training Center At the Cove
Daniel Wells, CFM
Erika Zaharis, CFM
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
Building Operator Certification (BOC) training includes 74 hours of classroom and project work (7.4 CEUs) in building systems operation and maintenance. Each course in the series is completed in a one day training session, except BOC 1001 Energy Efficient Operation of Building HVAC Systems, which is a two-day course.
To earn Your BOC Level I Training Certificate of Completion, you must attend seven BOC classes, complete five in-facility project assignments, meet eligibility and submit a Training Certificate of Completion Application.
FM360 is excited to announce our partnership with the Southeast Energy & Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) to bring the nationally-recognized Building Operator Certification (BOC) training classes to North Carolina and to continue its expansion in the Southeast.
Our first NC classes are scheduled to begin January 29th, 2019 in Charlotte with more Level I courses starting in Raleigh and Greensboro late Q1, 2019. Click here to register for the Charlotte sessions.
Visit BOC Southeast to learn more about the Building Operator Certification and courses scheduled throughout the region.
Interested in Membership?
All Charlotte Chapter Members must first join IFMA National via this web site:
Choose to join your local Charlotte Chapter and you will be invited to participate in our Chapter Events throughout the year.
Contact our Chapter’s Membership Committee Chairman, Bruce Voorheis, for additional information.