IFMA Midlands Chapter, in conjunction with the Nebraska Business Development Center, is offering a training program for the Sustainability Facility Professional (SFP) credential.  Two training opportunities are available: November 5-9, 2012 and March 7, 8, 13, 14 and 15, 2013.

The normal registration fee is $2600, but the first 22 registrants can take the training for only $1000 through a grant from the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality.* This fee includes all materials. For Fall 2012, IFMA will also waive the SFP application fee.

Training will be held at UNO’s College of Business Administration building (6708 Pine Street). The trainer is Rick Yoder, UNO’s College of Business Administration’s first chief sustainability officer and director of the Pollution Prevention Regional Information Center.  The training will benefit facility coordinators, directors, managers, specialists, supervisors, architects, designers, safety engineers, consultants to the FM industry, FMPs and CFMs, and LEED-certified professionals.

For more information about IMFA Midlands Chapter, email or visit them online at