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Facilities & Property Management Specialist Training

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Those who work in facilities management help the entire organization function by coordinating and developing the workplace to integrate people and their work. This can include new construction in a warehouse, better layout of an office, or be ensuring safety regulations are met for the health of all employees.

This type of position is invaluable in every organization and many employers have trouble finding people to fill the roles because of the specialized knowledge needed.

The totality of Facilities Management Program
This course is designed to include offerings from business, engineering, and health sciences specifically to appeal to those wishing to enter the field of facilities management or those currently in the field who want to upgrade or formalize their knowledge.

Why Choose this Training Course?
This course features how to establish, implement, manage and continually improve your facility department to get the best out of your facilities within the given boundaries of costs, performance and other important factors during its total lifetime.

This interesting course is designed to develop delegate’s skills in managing facility staff and corporate assets while minimizing risk exposure in the workplace. As the Facilities Management (FM) function continues to evolve, this course offers the latest thinking in the profession, the right balance between asset performance (functionality, availability, reliability, safety), and will tackle specific issues encountered on the ground and apply best practices in discussing real solutions.

What the FM course will feature:

Proper knowledge of the basic principles of facilities management

How to apply best practices according to several norms

Understanding how to operate and maintain facilities as a “business within a business”

Sharing of facilities management experience

Insights regarding the current state of facilities management processes and possibilities to improve them

Targeted Audience:
Building owners,
Maintenance engineers
Facility Operation Managers
Other facility professionals