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  • SUN
    1
    Daylight Saving (End)
  • WED
    11
    Veteran's Day
  • FRI
    13

    IFMA FMP Class: Operations & Maintenance

    Friday Nov 13
    (All Day)

    Operations & Mainenance| Nov. 13 - 14


    Details


    Registration


    FM's manage/oversee an operating facility primarily. To do this, FM's must have a working knowledge of building systems, structure, interiors,exteriors & grounds so the facility & all of its required systems function.


    The required systems need to function efficiently, reliably, safely, securely and in a manner consistent with existing regulations and standards. Effective operation and maintenance of facilities is a complex responsibility in today's environment.


    Cost: $550 CAD for Members & $650 CAD for Non-Members


    Instructor Bio: Robert Blakey


    Host: IFMA British Columbia Chapter


    Time: 8:30 AM - 5 PM

    Location:
    Vancouver, BC

    Cost:
    IFMA Members: $550
    Non-Members: $650
    Lunch is not included. However food will be available at a modest cost.
     All course materials are included.

  • SAT
    14

    IFMA FMP Class: Operations & Maintenance

    Saturday Nov 14
    (All Day)

    Operations & Mainenance| Nov. 13 - 14


    Details


    Registration


    FM's manage/oversee an operating facility primarily. To do this, FM's must have a working knowledge of building systems, structure, interiors,exteriors & grounds so the facility & all of its required systems function.


    The required systems need to function efficiently, reliably, safely, securely and in a manner consistent with existing regulations and standards. Effective operation and maintenance of facilities is a complex responsibility in today's environment.


    Cost: $550 CAD for Members & $650 CAD for Non-Members


    Instructor Bio: Robert Blakey


    Host: IFMA British Columbia Chapter


    Time: 8:30 AM - 5 PM

    Location:
    Vancouver, BC

    Cost:
    IFMA Members: $550
    Non-Members: $650
    Lunch is not included. However food will be available at a modest cost.
     All course materials are included.

  • TUE
    17

    Smart Buildings Center Industry Demonstration Workshop

    Tuesday Nov 17
    10 am - 12 pm

    Smart Buildings Center

    ultrasonic flow meter


    Register Online


    View Flyer


    Admission: Free


    PCE Pacific, Inc. and GE Measurement and Control will provide a demonstration on the Panameterics PT878 Portable Ultrasonic Clamp-On Liquid Flow Meter.


    Learn how to use a portable liquid flow meter with an ultrasonic measuring system. The PT878 transducers simply clamp onto the pipe and can measure flow from outside plastic, metal or concrete-lined pipes, non-intrusively, and is one of the most powerful portable liquid flow meters available on the market today. 


    The demonstration will include physical setup of the meter, selecting units of measure, transducer type, wedge temperature, pipe parameters (pipe material, thickness, outer diameter, pipe liner), process fluid type for sound speed and number of soundwave traverses required.

  • THU
    19

    Lunch & Learn Series

    Thursday Nov 19
    11:30 am - 1 pm

    Benaroya Hall

    Lunch & Learn Series


    'How Culture Drives Our Future'

    Speaker: Tyler Andrew, President & CEO Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon, & Western WA



    More Details


    For over a hundred years Better Business Bureaus all over the nation have led the charge to create an ethical marketplace where buyers and sellers can trust each other. As the marketplace has changed from local to worldwide economies it has been necessary to adapt and implement culture shifts to remain relevant to consumers, businesses, and the workforce. Attendees can expect to learn:
     - BBB's Mission & Values
     - Past, present & future of BBB
     - How focusing on Culture can drive your future
     - Appealing to Millennial consumers
     - Benefiting businesses in the new worldwide economy
     - Adapting to the new work place
     - How changing space help change culture


    Location: Benaroya Hall, Founders Room
    200 University Street
    Seattle, WA 98101  > Directions
    Free parking to attendees! Entrance is located on 2nd Avenue.
    * Please see ENTRANCE INSTRUCTIONS below *

    Agenda:
    11:30 am - 12:00 pm: Registration & Networking
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm: Program and Lunch
    Come at 11:30 to register and network with your colleagues!
    Box lunches and free parking will be provided.

    Late registrants and walk-in's are welcome, but are not guaranteed a box lunch! Make sure you register today!

    Cost:
    $25 IFMA Members
    $45 Non-Members
    $15 Students

    Questions? Contact the Association Office at Toll Free 877-460-5880 or office@IFMASeattle.org

    About the IFMA Seattle Lunch and Learn Series:
    Our Chapter launched the successful monthly 'Lunch and Learn' series in May of 2013 which has featured important industry speakers from the Puget Sound region discussing current issues affecting the management of the built environment.

  • THU
    26
    Thanksgiving
  • FRI
    27

    IFMA FMP Class: Project Management

    Friday Nov 27
    (All Day)

    Project Management| Nov. 26-27


    Details


    Registration


    Facility managers make use of all aspects of project management beginning with planning, scoping, scheduling, and ending with evaluating. Project planning and management are core skills in facility management. 


    The skills are particularly important because of the wide range of projects assigned to the facility organization. Projects vary in scope, complexity, duration and financial risk.


    Instructor Bio: Robert Blakey


    Host: IFMA British Columbia Chapter


    Time: 8:30 AM - 5 PM


     Location:
     Vancouver, BC
     
     Cost:
     IFMA Members: $550
     Non-Members: $650


    Lunch is not included. However food will be available at a modest cost.
     All course materials are included

  • SAT
    28

    IFMA FMP Class: Project Management

    Saturday Nov 28
    (All Day)

    Project Management| Nov. 26-27


    Details


    Registration


    Facility managers make use of all aspects of project management beginning with planning, scoping, scheduling, and ending with evaluating. Project planning and management are core skills in facility management. 


    The skills are particularly important because of the wide range of projects assigned to the facility organization. Projects vary in scope, complexity, duration and financial risk.


    Instructor Bio: Robert Blakey


    Host: IFMA British Columbia Chapter


    Time: 8:30 AM - 5 PM


     Location:
     Vancouver, BC
     
     Cost:
     IFMA Members: $550
     Non-Members: $650


    Lunch is not included. However food will be available at a modest cost.
     All course materials are included

 
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