Course Brief

This course conveys the process of managing facilities in all its complexity in sufficient detail, to allow the participant to gain a realistic grasp of contemporary facilities management policies and practices.

 

Related Facilities Management programmes:


Upon completing this course, participants will be able to:

  • Convey the process of managing facilities in all its complexity in sufficient detail
  • Gain a realistic grasp of contemporary facilities management policies and practices
  • Identify the essential functions of the facilities manager’s role
  • Update contracting skills for outsourcing maintenance, custodial, security and other contractors
  • Develop a maintenance strategy for premises and services
  • Relate to the causes of sick building syndrome
  • Focus on managing expenses, cutting utility costs and gaining bottom line value from asset management
  • Understand how to financially justify improvement projects or replacement of equipment and complete a business case
  • Better relate to managing and executing projects
  • Understand how to troubleshoot problems, work with teams and manage change during implementation of new projects
  • Understand the operations of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)

 

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CAMPUS START ENDDAYTIME COST
Champs Fleurs26-Sep-17 14-Nov-17 Tue5:45pm – 8:45pm$2,650.00
  • Facilities Management

    This course is designed to convey the process of managing facilities in all its complexity in sufficient detail, to allow the participant to gain a realistic grasp of contemporary facilities management policies and practices. Participants are taught negotiating and contracting skills for outsourcing maintenance, custodial, security and other contractors. They focus on development of a maintenance strategy for premises and services and on managing expenses, cutting utility costs and gaining bottom line value from asset management.

     

    Target Audience

    This course targets Facility managers, office managers, building owners, contract administration professionals, and anyone interested in facilities management.

     

    Related Facilities Management programmes: