Certified Facility Manager (CFM)® Certification Examination Preparatory Training

The Certified Facility Manager (CFM) is the world’s leading credential since 25 years for professionals to help showcase their mastery of skills and knowledge across the entire FM body of knowledge.

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Facility management involves the coordination and management of a wide range of services and processes to ensure the effective and efficient operation of a facility, which can include buildings, infrastructure, and various assets. CFM certification is designed to validate the knowledge, skills, and expertise of individuals in this field.

Certified Facility Manager (CFM):

CFM certification is specifically targeted at experienced facility managers and professionals who are responsible for the strategic and operational management of facilities. This certification is relevant to individuals who oversee and manage the day-to-day operations, maintenance, and services of facilities. CFMs often hold leadership positions and are involved in decision-making related to facility planning, budgeting, sustainability, security, and more.

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35 Instructional Hours

IFMA ’s CFM Study Guide

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Mock Exam Questions

The Certified Facility Manager (CFM) is the world’s leading credential since 25 years for professionals to help showcase their mastery of skills and knowledge across the entire FM body of knowledge.

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This course recognizes multidisciplinary activities of facilities management and hence imparts application knowledge on eleven core competencies that is required to pass IFMA’s CFM exam and establish oneself as a successful facilities manager. This course discuss in detail the interaction between tangible (facilities) and intangible (people) elements of facilities management

Course Objectives

At the completion of this course, learners will be able to

  • Know important terminologies, guidelines, practices, assessment techniques to effectively management tangible assets under facilities management
  • Keep abreast of sustainability concepts and assessment techniques under waste management, water management, energy management etc., and ensure legal compliance
  • Recognize, evaluate and manage human, political, social, economic and industry factors affecting facility management and strategically align facility management with the organization
  • Apply tools and techniques to planning, coordinating, implementing, evaluating and closing out facility management projects.
  • Understand and employ financial and business aspects such as capital budgeting, financial analysis & reporting, procurement contracting etc.,
  • Apply various metrics, steps, assessment tools and techniques in quality, risk, information and technology management

CFM is the world’s leading credential in Facility Management. This course is designed to prepare professionals for IFMA’s Facility Management Exam.

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I Occupancy and Human Factors

  • Workplace environment
  • Occupant services
  • Occupant health, safety and security

II Operations and Maintenance

  • Buildings, building systems, infrastructure, and grounds
  • Furniture, fixtures, and equipment
  • Physical safety and security
  • Operations and maintenance processes
  • Work management support systems
  • Renewals and renovations
  • Eliminating team impediments
  • Managing virtual team

III Sustainability

  • Energy management
  • Water management
  • Materials and consumables management
  • Waste Management
  • Workplace and site management

IV Facility Information Management and Technology Management

  • Data collection and information management
  • Information protection and cyber-security
  • Technology needs assessment and implementation
  • Maintenance and upgrade of technology systems

V Risk Management

  • Risk management planning
  • Emergency preparedness, response and recovery
  • Facility resilience and business continuity

VI Communication

  • Planning
  • Delivery
  • Evaluation

VII Performance and Quality

  • Quality Management
  • Performance Management

VIII Leadership and Strategy

  • Strategic planning and alignment with the demand organisation
  • Policies, procedures and compliance
  • Individual and team management
  • Leadership
  • Relationship and conflict management
  • Change management
  • Corporate social responsibility
  • Political, social, economic, and industry factors affecting facility management

IX Finance and Business

  • Operational and capital budgeting
  • Evidence-based decision-making process (e.g. business case)
  • Procurement (e.g. purchasing, sourcing of goods and services)
  • Contracting
  • Financial analysis and reporting

X Real Estate

  • Real estate strategies
  • Real estate assessment, acquisition, and disposal
  • Real estate asset management
  • Space management
  • Major projects and new construction

XI Project Management

  • Planning and design
  • Execution and delivery
  • Evaluation
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Anas Saleem

Positive: Communication, Professionalism, Quality, Value Course CFM Aaron from the management was very helpful from the start, making sure that in very stage we were comfortable and the classes went very well. Mr. Shammas is a wonderful instructor who guided us with day to day examples and was on top of every module. He made sure the class was interactive and we understood the module's
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Omar Koprulu

Positive: Professionalism I took CFM course and it was great with useful information added … the instructor was very professional and gives practical examples
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Sir Feiroz is Amazing Trainer for CFM, he explains it well and provided us all the EXAM papers and teach us how to crack CFM EXAM with hogh score in First Place, Thanks to Quadra Plus who has offered us such a Experience Trainer
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Eka Novianty

Big thanks to Mr. Shammas Shoukath, I learned so much from our training (CFM- IFMA). Thank you for sharing all the knowledge and your time for teaching the class. I learned new ways to a better thinking within my role. Thanks once again QuadraPlus.
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Alex Kamau

Completed CFM training such great support afforded and excellent tutorials. Lecturer and Coordinator did an amzing work to ensure my success.

Who can go for CFM Exam Preparatory Training ?

Facility Managers, Property managers, Building Managers, , Maintenance managers, EHS Managers , Space Planners/ Managers, Sustainability Managers, Project Managers with Facility management focus, Operations Managers – Facility Management  , Admin and Facility Executive and Anyone who aspire for managerial positions in facility management

Pre requisite to apply for CFM certification Exam

Candidates typically need to have at least three years of facility management experience/ tasks and responsibilities related to facility management.

 The Work Experience requirement varies based on education

  • For a bachelor’s degree holder, two years of work experience in facility management is required.
  • For a a diploma or associate’s degree holder , four years of work experience in facility management is required.
  • If no formal education beyond high school, five years of work experience in facility management is required.

Exam Format:

The CFM exam is a computer-based exam.

The exam consists of 180 multiple-choice questions.

Exam Content Areas:

The CFM exam covers 11 core competencies related to facility management, Occupancy and Human Factors

  • Occupancy and Human Factors
  • Operations and Maintenance
  • Finance and Business
  • Leadership and Strategy
  • Communication
  • Performance & Quality
  • Facility Information Management & Technology Management
  • Sustainability
  • Real Estate
  • Project Management
  • Risk Management

Exam Duration:

Four Hours 

Passing Score:

To pass the CFM exam, you typically need to achieve a certain minimum score. The passing score might vary and is determined by IFMA.


QuadraPlus provides exam-oriented training, with IFMA Facility Management Study guide, 1500 plus Mock questions, to help candidates prepare for the exam.

Renewal and Continuing Education:

Once you pass the CFM exam and earn the certification, you will need to engage in continuing education activities to maintain your certification. IFMA typically requires certified professionals to earn a certain number of continuing education units (CEUs) within a specific timeframe to keep their CFM status active.

For the most accurate and current information about CFM exam details, including registration, content, format, and study resources, I recommend visiting the official IFMA website or contacting IFMA directly. Exam details can change over time, so it’s essential to rely on the most up-to-date information provided by the certifying organization.

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