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Facilities Management

About the Program

The 200-hour Facilities Management program courses are being taught in collaboration with the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), an experienced provider of pre-employment facilities management training. Facility managers are responsible for a range of systems within an organization to ensure they are operative effectively and harmoniously. Oftentimes, facility managers oversee an organization’s largest and most valuable assets, such as property, buildings, inventory, and employee productivity. 


  • January 17-April 27, 2023
  • February 27-June 8, 2023
  • 12-Week, 200-Hour Program
  • Weekdays from 4:30-10:00 PM (exact class schedule being finalized)
  • Days and times are subject to adjustment

In addition to classroom time, students may be required to participate in online coursework.


This training is provided COST-FREE for the following Massachusetts residents:

  • Anyone who is unemployed
  • Middlesex County residents who earn less than $63,900 annually
  • Suffolk County residents who earn less than $45,500 annually
  • Worcester County residents who earn less than $46,700 annually
  • Essex County residents who earn less than $50,000 annually
  • Most recent high school graduates

The Facilities Management program is supported by grant funding from the Massachusetts Workforce Skills Cabinet.

Industry Certifications

  • OSHA 10-Hour Construction Safety
  • Hot Work
  • Facility Management Professional
  • Sustainable Facility Professional
  • Certified Facility Professional