The St. Louis chapter of AFE, works closely with all of it's student chapters to provide students with information on new facilities and manufacturing technology. Students can participate either through technical forums, journal publications. AFE St. Louis chapter sponsored activities such as field trips, and student contests. A side from activities held by AFE St. Louis chapter, once a month, the FMLink holds a forum in which professionals in this field can exchange ideas and air their views. The monthly St. Louis chapter meetings are usually held with a dinner and are always entertaining as well as informative. AFE strives at providing a unique and valuable experience for any engineering student interested in the field of Facilities Engineering.
For information on becoming a member of the AFE St. Louis chapter, visit the membership.
If you’re serious about not just your job, but your career, one of the best ways to distinguish yourself is by earning the well-known professional designation offered by the Association for Facilities Engineering. Our program for becoming a Certified Plant Engineer (CPE) is highly respected.
AFE's Certified Plant Maintenance Manager (CPMM) Program has been created to provide a standard of professional competence for maintenance managers and to enhance the status of this field as a unique discipline and profession.
Basic supervision is the foundational rung of your professional development ladder. AFE thought of that in creating its Certified Plant Supervisor (CPS) Program. It was developed to give you the credential you need, demonstrating your preparedness and/or proficiency in the world of first-line supervision.:
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