ProFM Class Registration Form Kickoff Class April 29, 2021
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Congratulations! You are taking the first step toward your professional development goals. AFD Professional Development is excited to partner with ProFMI to bring you a 7 week coach lead credential training class. We are finding real success with our approach to teaching this class. Our students are passing!! Below you will find information on the class as well as how to register.
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Here are some details about the class
Class Structure
Classes will be conducted as a coach-led model, with 7 - 2 ½ hour virtual classes starting April 29, 2021 and finishing on July 22, 2021. Coach-led classes offer a mix of high-level focused content, group activities, practices quizzes, and other study preparation tools. The success of this model relies on students advanced preparation for class. Classes are available to entire departments or individual facility professionals. The first class is a course kick-off, providing a high-level view of the course material, the online support system, and our approach for the remainder of the content led classes.

Class Schedule and Modules
1. April 29, 2021: Course Kick-Off and Introduction
2. May 13, 2021: Module 1, Competencies for Facilities Professionals
3. May 27, 2021: Module 2, Asset Management
4. June 10, 2021: Module 3, Risk Management
5. June 24, 2021: Module 4, Business Management
6. July 8, 2021: Module 5, Operations and Maintenance
7. July 22, 2021: Course Review and Test Preparation

Class Start time
4PM-630PM ET
Meet your instructors
Two highly respected FM professional development educators have teamed up to provide your ProFM training.

Alana F. Dunoff ProFM, FMP, IFMA Fellow, has nearly 30 years’ experience in strategic facility planning and project management in the corporate commercial, healthcare, and retail industries. She has over 18 years as an FM educator and adjunct professor and currently teaches in the Facility Management Bachelor of Science Program at Temple University. She is a qualified instructor for the IFMA FMP and ProFM. Alana was the first woman to earn her ProFM credential. She has helped over 500+ students earn their FM designations. Alana earned her B.S. in Psychology from Boston University and her M.S. in Facility Planning & Management from Cornell University.

James Myers, P.E. ProFM has decades of experience in energy, engineering, education, and business. For 22 years, he was the Director of the Penn State Facilities Engineering Institute. Mr. Myers has developed and provided customized training for facility professionals for more than 30 years. Mr. Myers received his B.S. in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Cornell University and M.S. in Architectural Engineering from Penn State University and is a registered professional engineer and one of the first to receive the ProFM certification.
What is the value of a Coach Led course? You can read the material, take the quizzes and study for the assessments all on your own, but having an instructor helps you to focus on the right material, explain concepts that may be new to you, and help you stay accountable. We will stick with you through the entire process from instruction through your assessments. We provide you with test taking strategies, tips, and practice questions all to help you achieve your goal of earning your ProFM credential.

What if I miss a class? While we encourage students to attend every class, if you miss a class and we are notified in advance of the class, we will do our best to accommodate your needs.

What is the final assessment for the ProFM? There are 2 final assessment tests for the ProFM, one is knowledge based it as 75 multiple choice questions, the second is focused on practical application of the material and has 50 questions. Both tests are timed and are inclusive of material from all 5 modules of the Body of Knowledge. Tests can be taken until you pass and passing one test is not dependent on being permitted to take or pass the other first.

How much does it cost to take the exams? There are no additional application, administration, or exam fees. Tests may be taken as many times as necessary to pass for a period of one year after registering for the program.

Once I pass the exams, how do I receive my ProFM Credential? You will be asked to register your credential and confirm your contact information for an official ProFM certificate to be delivered to you. Once registered, you will be able to save and print a proof of course completion as you await your official certificate, and you may immediately begin using “ProFM” in their signature, resume, and CV.

How long is my ProFM credential valid? The ProFM credential is valid for three (3) years from date on which you pass the ProFM final assessment. To renew, ProFM credential holders must earn a minimum of 45 continuing education Renewal Credits and pay a nominal fee of $99.

For more information on the ProFM, please go to
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Fees and Registration information
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Registration includes: Yhe 7 virtual coach led classes, printed ProFM materials delivered to you directly, online access to the ProFM including the body of knowledge material, study resources and the final assessments. Please confirm your fee choice: *
Please select your payment method. You will receive a separate email with payment instructions. *
Cancellation policy. Cancellation requests for a refund (less $60 processing fee) must be made by April 19, 2021. No refunds will be made after this date. Fees can be credited to another course. We reserve the right to cancel or reschedule a class as necessary.
We look forward to helping y achieve your ProFM!A welcome email wiith a zoom link for class and other information will be sent to you a week before classes begin. Questions? Please contact me at or visit for course details.
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