BOC would like to share a continuing education opportunity with our Puget Sound audience. The IFMA Seattle 22nd Annual Education Symposium & Tradeshow will be held Wednesday, May 23rd, 2018 7:30 AM – 3:30 PM at the Lynnwood Convention Center
This year’s event features “The Sustainable FM Career” to help facility managers address the variety of challenges they face day to day and long term.
Attendance at the event qualifies as continuing education for maintenance of BOC and other professional designations.
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Keynote Speaker: IFMA Fellow, Dr. Dean Kashiwagi
Breakout Session Topics:
o Ergonomics and Wellness
o Responding to the regulatory environment
o Meeting the Challenge of Retirees in Facilities and Maintenance – How to Develop a Workforce Training Program
o Disaster Preparedness and Management
o Controlling Energy Costs
o What to do with all that data
Early Bird Member $99
After April 30th Member $125
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Meet the Keynote Speaker
Dr. Dean T. Kashiwagi is a world renowned researcher in procurement, risk management, and project management. Dr. Kashiwagi has been in the industry for 25+ years researching, and developing a technology has been tested 1800+ times totaling $6.6 Billion ($4.4 Billion in construction projects and $2.2 Billion in non-construction projects) with a 98% success rate since 1994 in 7 different countries and 32 states. He is a past recipient of the IFMA’s Distinguished Educator award (2009) and became a IFMA fellow in 2012. He is credited with establishing Best Value programs at six universities around the world. This includes receiving a Fulbright Scholar award to share state-of-the-art best value research and practices with the people of Botswana, Africa. A powerful force in research and education, Dr. Dean has championed programs to advance many professions and continues to prepare the next generation of leaders. Prior to working at Kashiwagi Solution Model Inc., he was a professor at Arizona State University and served 14 years in the US Air Force as a project engineer.
Sponsorship and Trade Show Opportunities Available