Facilities Management Administrator
The FMA® designation program enhances your career by making you a more effective and knowledgeable facilities professional, thus positioning you as a key strategic professional within your organization. The FMA® designation program teaches you to manage facilities in a way that best supports staff and fits into the organization’s overall objectives.
You’ll also learn about new technologies, environmental health and worker safety, and other timely issues. Whether you’re a new or experienced facilities manager, or someone in a related profession who will benefit from knowing how to create a quality work environment that maximizes productivity, the FMA® program is right for you.
A Pathway to Earn Your Credentials
Within the FMA® Designation program there is one certificate that learners can enrol in on their way to getting a designation: FMC. To achieve your FMA®, you must achieve a grade of 70% or higher on each of the eight courses. Students are encouraged to enrol in a certificate program to start establishing their credentials
Environmental Health & Safety Issues
Ethics is Good Business®, Short Course
Facilities Planning & Project Management
Fundamentals of Facilities Management
Design, Operation & Maintenance, I
Design, Operation & Maintenance, II
Elective Courses (choose two)
Managing the Organization
Real Estate Investment & Finance
Those enroling in the designation after July 1, 2013 will be required to follow the new requirements; however, if you enroled prior to July 2013, contact our office to confirm the course requirements.
You can begin pursuing your FMA® at any time during your career. Before you are awarded your FMA® Designation, you are required to demonstrate three years of verifiable facilities management experience. The criteria are outlined in the FMA® Designation Experience Form. This form may be submitted at any time following enrolment.
For those who have prior education in an area that overlaps with the FMA®, you may be eligible to receive credit for one or more courses. To review the requirements, please refer to the Administrative Competency Chart, which outlines what is eligible and how you go about applying to get credit for a course.