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Facility Manager‚??s Development Program ‘09 begins in September

22 July 2009 | By Emma Hughes | Recruitment News

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CREATEArizona State University's (ASU) developed training program for professionals has announced details for the 2009 ‘Facility Manager's Development Program' (FMDP), due to start in September this year.

The program combines the skills needed for the management of an advanced technology facility while minimizing impact on current workload and remaining within travel limitations.

Through CREATE, part of the Del E. Webb School of Construction, video course material is available via the ASU 24X7 Portal, producing a program combining a distance-learning approach that spans several months and finishes with a one-week face-to-face meeting to solidify the key learning concepts.

The course is supposedly ideal for construction project managers, finance project analysts, budget analysts, operations personnel and anyone else who wants to understand more about the operations and maintenance of an advanced technology facility.

Those wishing to apply for the FMDP course can expect to pay $5,150 per person, with a small discount for CREATE members who will pay $4,150. Also available is a discount for five or more team members.

The Program is beginning in September 2009 and will be capped at 30 students, on a first come first serve basis.

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