Two more Ferrandino employees earn ProFM credentials

Two more Ferrandino employees earn ProFM credentials

March 04, 2020 | print | Industry News

Ferrandino and Son, Inc. continues to add employees to the ProFM ranks. Natalie Walchonski, Vice President of Business Development and Jessica Saile, Director of Program Management for Ferrandino have both earned the coveted ProFM credential.

 

Natalie has been in facility maintenance for almost nine years  and Jessica has more than a decade of FM experience. She chose to pursue the ProFM to further her career. “As my career has progressed I have realized the importance of continuing education. It has played a major role in my success and I knew achieving ProFM certification would be a challenge, informative and relevant,” she said.

 

Jessica wanted to test her existing knowledge, strengthen her existing skillset and add new knowledge and skills. “ProFM provides a great guide and network for continuing FM education that assists you in diversifying your industry knowledge. It also sets you and your company apart from the competition, ” she said.

 

Both cite the books provided by ProFM as great tools for preparing for the exam and expanding FM knowledge. “It made it easy to study anywhere, anytime and you could make notes and the books became a valuable resource you could use to solve daily FM challenges,” commented Walchonski.


“The ProFM course would be beneficial to all facility and construction professionals. It helps you better understand multiple aspects of facilities management, which generates respect for your peers and enables you to better serve your customers,” she concludes.

 

Kevin Smith, COO, Ferrandino & Son, also endorses the ProFM credential program. “We are extremely proud of Natalie and Jessica earning the ProFM credentials. It is easy to support high quality FM education programs that advance the FM profession in and help our teams excel. Plus, ProFM is recognized across a wide spectrum of experienced industry experts and proven educators,” Smith concluded.

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