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NFMT Offers Variety of Facilities Management Education Opportunities

Check out this month's round-up of great educational opportunities at NFMT - March 26-28, 2019 in Baltimore.

Three Ways To Improve Operations

Attending NFMT (March 26-28 in Baltimore) will give you insights into improving your operations. You’ll discover: 

  1. How to reduce organizational costs by up to 30 percent while increasing the value and quality of services received
  2. How to evaluate/interpret building management control system output to develop an accurate foundation for establishing facility maintenance priorities and operational guidelines
  3. How to ensure bidders are bidding your intent and contractors are installing what you contracted

Lessons learned in transitioning to an open office 

Have you gotten pushback after a switch to an open office plan? Chris Walinski, of Munich Reinsurance America and a long-time NFMT presenter, will present (on Thurs., 3/28, from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.) a session on the practicalities of moving to open offices, from addressing lighting, HVAC, and acoustics issues, to making sure occupants understand what is happening and why, and easing their concerns.


Number of experts in facility management who will share tips, techniques, and best practices at NFMT 2019 – March 26-28 in Baltimore.  You’l learn from the best and brightest in the FM world as the speaker roster includes Stephen Ashkin, Karla Brandau, Alana Dunoff,  Marc Fischer, Stormy Friday, Dean Kashiwagi, Bo Mitchell, Larry Morgan, John Rimer, Tina Shouse, and many, many more. 

Kick-start your ProFM credential at NFMT

If the ProFM credential is on your list of goals for 2019, there’s no better place to get started than NFMT Baltimore. Join your peers and an expert instructor for a special ProFM kick-off course at the show including a full day of live, instructor-led training on March 25 or 29, followed by nine online sessions throughout April and May. Take home actionable ideas to improve your facilities and get started earning the ProFM credential at NFMT.


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