The Facility Management Association (FMA) is proud to welcome GJK Facility Services as its first Platinum Partner.
The partnership with GJK will help sustain the Association’s important work in the areas of advocacy, knowledge and professional development.
“We are excited to welcome GJK as Platinum Partner,” said FMA Chief Executive Officer Nicholas Burt. “GJK is an industry leader that shares many of the Association’s values, including our commitment to environmental sustainability and diversity.”
For the past 8 years, GJK has sponsored the FM Industry Award for Sustainability and Environmental Impact.
Last month, at Ideaction.2019, GJK announced an additional scholarship for the runner-up of the FMA’s first Indigenous Scholarship.
The annual Indigenous Scholarship covers the full course fees for the Diploma of Facilities Management (a total of $5,000). The purpose of the scholarship is to foster and promote continuing training and professional development for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander FMA members.
“GJK are proud to continue supporting the FMA, the peak national industry body for facilities management representing and supporting professionals and organisations, in the industry. We are pleased we are strengthen our relationship with the FMA by being a Platinum Partner,” said Executive Chairman & CEO Steve Taylor. “We look forward to a long and rewarding partnership.”