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Course Title: Facility Management
Venue: Kampala, UGANDA
Learning Duration: 1 Week
Starting: 5 Mar 2018 Ending: 9 Mar 2018
Fees: 1150 USD
Payment Details: To cover tuition and training materials only.
Facilities management has emerged to be among the leading drivers for building a sustainable and a competitive advantage for organisations. With the dynamic and complex business environment, it is becoming increasingly necessary for organisations to devise ways of leveraging on variables such as growth in technology, financial management and innovative performance measures for optimum facilities management. Moreover, facilities management costs rank second to Human resource costs in many organisations. As such facility managers, spanning in all fields will need to examine and comprehend the complex issues confronting facilities management in pursuit of efficiency for increased value generation in the organisation.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Facilities/property/assets managers, accountants, and other staff whose work is closely related to facilities management.
HOW PARTICIPANTS WILL BENEFIT
At the end of the course participants will be able to:
Leverage on values sucDescribe the variables affecting the life cycle costs of facilities and how to optimize the cost.
Overview of facilities management
Facilities life cycle and facility management framework
Facilities design and space planning
Strategic facilities management
Leveraging on environmental variables
Facility maintenance and maintenance strategies development
Condition based outsourcing and contracting for facilities management
Business continuity planning for facilities management