The Certified Educational Facilities Professional (CEFP) credential represents the highest standards of performance and understanding in educational facilities management.
CEFP is the only facilities credential that focuses on your professional development, while encompassing the full, multi-disciplinary range of educational facilities management principles and practices – from planning, design and construction to daily operations and general management.
The APPA CEFP Credentialing Curriculum will give you access to the latest theory and understanding as well as provide you with the professional competency needed in today’s facilities management profession. The new and improved course is now available to you completely online!
Active CEFP and EFP Recipients
CEFP RecipientsEugene Woods - University of Colorado Denver|Anschutz Medical Campus
Eugene Woods - University of Colorado Denver|Anschutz Medical Campus
Stephen Gillette - Tennessee State University
Tim Castilaw - University of Central Missouri
Latane Brackett - Tennessee State University
Thomas Weister - National Institute of Standards and Technology
Sherell Vucci - Smithsonian Institution
Rissa Myers - Mount Royal University
Glen Todd - University of Louisville
J.R. Young - La Roche College
Valerie RiChard - Washington College
Jeffrey Baker - Northern Kentucky University
david davis - University of Central Missouri
EFP RecipientsAbraham Schrump - University of Wisconsin-Madison
Rebecca Alcorn - University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Pedro Guerra - University of Colorado Denver|Anschutz Medical Campus
Ernst Rusche - North Central Michigan College
Eric Voth - Arkansas Tech University
Ray Hart - Idaho State University
Daniel Bohannon - ABM Industries Inc.
Rich Trocio - Stanford University
Jennifer Connors - University of Washington
Shawn MacPherson - University of Western Ontario
Marie Weber - Towson University
Tim Williams - Idaho State University
Mark Cates - Idaho State University