With less than two weeks remaining until the launch of NFMT2020 you may be asking yourself which educational sessions you should attend?  With over 100 exceptional presentations over the three-day period this could be a challenge!  If you haven’t taken the time to review what is on offer, take a coffee break now and have a look!  Detailed information is available at www.nfmt.com/baltimore by clicking on “Attend” and scrolling down to Conference Sessions.  Note that all sessions are held during periods when the expo hall is closed in order to maximize your conference experience.

Currently serving as a Member of the ProFMI Commission, our own Stan Mitchell will be at the heart of a three-hour session designed to provide attendees with a detailed overview of what has been defined as the 24 critical global facility management competencies and knowledge areas.  The content of this presentation was the result of a global job task analysis conducted in 2017-2018 by the Professional Facility Management Institute which resulted in the creation of the ProFM credential.

Recognising that facilities management is truly a global profession our co-presenters have a vast knowledge of the built environment and significant experience in FM training. 

As CEO of Key Facilities Management and co-founder of Keystone, Stan Mitchell is focused on providing FM services and training throughout Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.  In addition, Stan is the Chair of the ISO TC 267 Facility Management Standards Committee, was the Founding Chair of the Global Facility Management Association and is a past Chair of the British Institute of Facilities Management. 

Co-presenting with Stan is Randy Olson, Vice President Global Business Development with Holmes Corporation in Egan, Minnesota.  The company is involved in instructional design, credentials development, promotion, and support for a diverse group of not for profit organizations in a variety of professions. Holmes also has many years of experience in facilities management training.  Randy was appointed in 2017 to lead the creation of the ProFM credential with a team having wide ranging expertise in content development, marketing, and distribution for this educational resource.

Be sure to join Stan and Randy on Tuesday, March 17 from 9:00 a.m. until Noon in Room 331 at the Baltimore Convention Center.  You’ll be glad you did!

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