Introduction to Successful Facility Management
Every organisation relies on a mix of functions and services to provide the support essential to its core business operations. Ensuring that this support is available in the right form, at the right quality and for the right cost is the domain of facilities management.
Facilities managers, in essence, look after all the stuff that keeps an organisation up and running. They work in all sorts of environments – from offices, hotels and hospitals, to sports and leisure arenas, logistics centres, care homes and educational establishments including primary schools, universities and specialist research laboratories.
Responsibilities associated with facility management typically include a wide range of function and support services, including janitorial services; security; property or building management; engineering services; space planning and accounting; mail and messenger services; records management; computing, telecommunications and information systems; safety; and other support duties.
It is the job of the facility manager to create an environment that encourages productivity, is safe, is pleasing to clients and customers, meets government mandates, and is efficient.
This course will expose you to;
- Facility Management Philosophy
- Personality and Skills of Facility Personnel
- Facility Management Leadership
- And many more…
SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION TO SUCCESSFUL FACILITY MANAGEMENT
SECTION 2: FACILITY MANAGEMENT LEADERSHIP