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Become an FM of the Future with help from the Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute

The facility management industry is undergoing tremendous changes due in part to new cutting-edge technologies, globalization and significant retirement gaps. Prepare yourself for the FM industry of the future by earning your ProFM credential. ProFM’s current and relevant body of knowledge defines a new global standard for facility professionals. 

Unsure where to start? PSFEI’s ProFM Credential Instructor-Assisted Course can help you earn your credential, while proving your value to colleagues and employers and filling in any knowledge gaps you may have along the way. This intensive program combines expert FM instruction with the ProFM Credential Program study materials and assessment, so you will learn faster, retain more knowledge and stay on track to complete your ProFM goals.

For more information about the course materials, visit ProFMI.org.

2022 Course Info

Instructors

  • Mark Bodenschatz, PE, CSSP, ProFM, PSFEI Director
  • David Derr, MBA, ProFM, PSFEI Facility Condition Assessment Team Leader
  • Robert Nelson, ProFM, PSFEI Fire and Security Program Manager
  • Antonette Mitterando, MBA, PE, RA LEED AP, ProFM PSFEI Manger of Engineering Services
  • Erik Sohn, PE, ProFM PSFEI Facility Condition Assessment Team Leader

Dates

Sept. 20-Nov. 22, 2022
Course reviews will be conducted Jan. 10 & Jan. 24.

Fee

$3,090

Location

Virtual

Registration Deadline

5:00 p.m. EDT, September 6, 2022
To register, click here.

The next course is scheduled to be held virtually, Sept. 20-Nov. 22, 2022. Course reviews will be conducted Jan. 10 & Jan. 24.

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PSFEI ProFM Contact

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Mark Bodenschatz


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About

The Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute (PSFEI) provides education programs, energy services, engineering services, and facility condition assessments to Pennsylvania state agencies, the federal government, and nonprofit organizations. The organization aims to advance its customers’ facilities engineering objectives through applied research, education, and innovation.

Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute

Marion Place, Suite 414

135 East Nittany Avenue

State College, PA 16801

Phone: 814-865-7615

Fax: 814-863-7835