October 29, 31,
November 02, 05, 07, 09
This course is designed for professionals to acquire the required skills for effective facilities management which provides a coordinated, comprehensive, preventive maintenance and repair services for qualitative service delivery for all departmental facilities within an organization. Facilities Management is responsible for design, construction, renovation, maintenance, repair, and operation of facilities, grounds, and utilities.
The aim of this program is to develop the expertise expected of today’s professionals involved in facility management functions, whether they are in public or private sector in order to deliver optimal services with due consideration for cost and efficiency.
This facility management training course focuses on optimum practices that lift and sustain the quality of life in frequently or publicly-accessed buildings. The objective of this course is to aid participants:
•To understand the totality of facilities management as a consolidation of exercises of different functions in facility maintenance and how these affect the quality of life in a building.
•Identify key factors that contribute to effective and efficient property maintenance practices.
•This course will give you a thorough understanding of the key aspects of facilities management and performance for good practice proven strategies to implement back in your office.
•This course will expose participants to planning techniques for preventive maintenance and routine inspection of equipment and facilities to provide adjustments, cleaning, and repairs to ensure good serviceable condition and to reduce interruptions of service.
Who Should Attend
This course will benefit to:
MEP Contractors and Consultants
Physical Asset Managers
Health and Safety Officers
Manufacturing Site / Plant Managers
Officers in both private and public sector organizations, at all levels of professional engagement involved in facility management
Anyone aspiring to develop knowledge or take up a position in facility management
Importance of Facilities Management
The Components of Facility Management
Assessing the Growth of Facility Management
Developing the Role of Facilities Managers and its organization
Identifying the Major Qualities and Skills Required for Best Practices
Facility Management Operations
Customer Service Management
The Quality of Life
Maintenance and Space Management
Inventory and Supplies
Safety and Emergency Management System
Local Codes and Ordinances
Total Quality Management and Project Management
Health & Safety, Energy and Environmental Management
The Facility Management Organization
Planning Facility Management Operations
Contract Management, Commissioning and Managing Contract Services
Quality in Facilities Management System
Facilities Budget and Reports