Over five days, you will review seven core competencies with the final day focusing on exam methodologWhen you earn the SFP®, you’re supporting the future growth of your career and your organization. As an SFP, you’ll be equipped with sustainability expertise to meet the evolving demands of corporate environmental responsibility. Position yourself as a leader of sustainable facilities practices and an invaluable decision-maker. The SFP® covers three focus areas of sustainable facility management: Strategy and Alignment Learn how to align, implement, review, measure, and communicate sustainable strategies. Managing Sustainable Facilities Manage sustainable program development from concept to implementation to change management. Identify goals, metrics, and tools to measure program performance. Operating Sustainable Facilities Implement tools and strategies to improve the sustainability of facility practices including water resources, materials, quality, workplace management, indoor environmental quality, waste management, and site considerations. The SFP is an ANSI-accredited online program with optional print materials. Once participants have completed the coursework, they can complete the final assessment at the end of each module. When all three final assessments are completed within the SFP® program, students can apply for the lifelong credential.y and practice critical thinking skills. This workshop assumes that you have reasonable knowledge of the foundational competencies: Finance & Business, Leadership & Strategy, Project Management, and Operations & Maintenance. If you feel you need additional training in the four foundational competencies, we strongly recommend that you consider earning your FMP® first.