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!
Recent CEFP and EFP Recipients
CEFP RecipientsMelissa Bergeron - University of Massachusetts
Edwidge Dufresne - Georgia Institute of Technology
John Gillette - Community Colleges of Spokane District 17
Marc Ebelhar - Georgia State University
Donald Gariepy - University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Janice Weigel - University of British Columbia
Richard Roper - Cornell University
Marc Wilkinson - University of Denver
Michael Zabriskie - University of Michigan-Ann Arbor
Laura Illanes - University of Texas at Austin
Heidi Van Brocklin - Portland Community College
Stephanie Perrone - University of Texas at Austin
Paul Trumbley - The University of Montana - Missoula
EFP RecipientsDaniel 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
Jessica DeWitt - Stephen F. Austin State University
Marshall Elliott - California State University-Chico
Nicholas Beckie - University of Calgary
James Maughan - Weber State University
Alison Aranjo - Bridgewater State University
Ryan Kmetz - St. Lawrence University