Facilities Management Certificate (FACM)
The Center for Workforce & Community Education has partnered with the Engineering and Technology Academic Department to develop a Facility Management Certificate. The Facilities Management certificate program provides the knowledge, skills and tools needed for successful facilities management along with a thorough understanding of practical experience in HVAC, plumbing, fire protection and electrical codes that assists in key decision-making processes of the facility manager. This certificate provides skills that enable advancement in the facilities field.
This certificate program is designed for anyone who has a need to expand his or her knowledge of facilities management including facilities professionals who want to advance their career knowledge or supervisors, managers and others in the construction, drafting or CAD fields.
The program consists of six required credit courses, six required noncredit courses, and five seminars.
The Facilities Management Certificate Program consists of 6 required credit courses that will be offered in either the spring and/or fall semesters. Visit the Office of Enrollment Services website for information on how to apply to the program.
Required Credit Courses
AutoCAD - ENGT-1060
Fundamentals of Emergency Management - EMER-1000
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning - ENGT-2500
Introduction to Instrumentation - INST-1010
Architectural Blueprint Reading - MAPR-1170
Principles of Management - BUSN-2050 *
* (Prerequisite: Introduction to Business BUSN-1010: May be waived
and credit received by examination or submission of a portfolio.)
Required Noncredit Courses
Introduction to Facilities Management
Fire Protection Systems & Equipment
Building Plumbing Systems
Effective Business Writing (online course)
Choose one: Computer Applications (online course) (Word, Access, PowerPoint, Excel)
Noncredit Seminars (choose from five below)
Building Technology Codes
Lead Renovation, Repair and Painting (RRP) **
Indoor Air Quality Mold Awareness
Introduction to AutoCAD
Project Management Fundamentals (online course) **
Project Management Applications (online course) **
Purchasing Fundamentals (online course) **
** new course offering
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