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Overview of Facilities Management

• Understand the scope and extent of the facilities management function
• Understand the range of services offered by facilities management
• Understand the range of facilities management roles and responsibilities across different organisations
• Understand the importance of the contribution of facilities management in a wider business and social context
• Contribute to internal and external customers’ understanding of facilities management using a range of communication methods

Understanding Facilities Management Projects

• Understand project management in facilities management
• Understand how to develop facilities management project brief
• Understand how to assemble facilities management project teams
• Understand how to monitor and review facilities management project progress
• Understand project completion, sign-off and review

Assessment Criteria

Practical assessment tasks that are work-based, reflecting live business projects are the core assessment techniques used for this qualification.

Entry Requirements

A minimum of 2 years’ experience in Facilities Management required to gain entry to this course.

Qualifications gained

• BIFM Level 4 Award in Facilities Management.

Who is this course aimed at?

The BIFM level 4 Award is aimed at Facilities Managers with existing experience working in operational, front line to middle management with responsibilities for Project Management FM functions.

Booking

Name: Understanding Facilities Management Projects Award BIFM level 4

Cost: 1500 Euro

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Course CodePrice and LocationInfo
FM4DAPR18
1500
Portobello Institute, Dublin 1
  • 14/04/18 - 16/05/18
  • Wed x 1 (630-930pm) & Saturdays x 3 (10am-5pm)
  • 3 x Saturday 10 – 5pm plus one Wednesday evening 6.30 – 9.30pm