Sodexo Canada Building their Integrated Facility Management Offer
May 03, 2012
Sodexo Canada is celebrating the first graduating class of 31 employees from the company’s Facility Management Professional Credential Program™ delivered by the International Facility Management Association (IFMA).
All the graduates have now earned their Facility Management Professional designation. The second class of 35 employees has begun the training and is expected to graduate within the next 12 months.
IFMA's FMP program is an assessment-based certificate program, the successful completion of which demonstrates a proven understanding of the foundation of facility management. The program is aligned with global best-practices — validating that it teaches and tests the knowledge demanded by today's FM industry.
“Since its founding more than 30 years ago, IFMA has been advancing the profession by identifying essential knowledge and skill sets for facility managers, regardless of where in the world they are performing their duties,” said IFMA President and CEO Tony Keane. “The recently revised FMP designation is based on a comprehensive global job task analysis study and is a great example of a credential with international appeal. IFMA is pleased to bring this comprehensive program to Sodexo Canada.”
“Sodexo Canada is an integrated facilities management company. We know the IFMA training courses, which are tailored to the meet the demands of our clients, will support our future growth in Canada” said Dean Johnson, President, Sodexo Canada. “These courses ensure our facility managers achieve technical excellence and deliver the best possible service to our clients.”