The Facilities Management Professional Standards
The Facilities Management Professional Standards clearly define the competences that are necessary to be a competent facilities management practitioner at all career levels. Created in consultation with industry stakeholders, experts and professional standards writers the standards form a global competence model for the profession.
These standards can be used to benchmark skills, knowledge and competence for those working at all levels in the FM profession.
The FM Professional Standards Framework
The FM Professional Standards Framework is the supporting structure that clearly defines:
> the key functions (the functional areas) performed by FM practitioners,
> the main components of each functional area (functional area component),
> and the competences that are required to be a competent professional when carrying out each function.
The framework includes high-level competences defined for each facilities management career level, from a support role through to a strategic role. Full and expanded FM Professional Standards are provided in the Handbook below.
> Non members can access the FM Professional Standards framework here
You can also download the Developing your career in facilities management guide which outlines the options available to take your career to the next level and help you to perform to the best of your ability.
> Download the new six-page guide here
The FM Professional Standards Handbook
The FM Professional Standards Handbook provides the full detail on the standards, expanding upon the high-level competence statements contained within the framework. The Handbook sets out:
> How to use the FM Professional Standards
> The FM Professional Standards
> by each FM functional area and component
> Behavioural competency framework
> Achieving professional excellence
> Attaining professional standards
> Demonstrating professional standards
If you are not a member but managing FM practitioners’ staff development, or planning for their learning and development needs you can an request a copy of the handbook by emailing email@example.com
For more information, please contact the Professional Standards & Education team at firstname.lastname@example.org or +44(0)1279 712 651.
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