Difference between revisions of "Professional Certificate in Facilities Management"

 
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the 10 modules leads to a Certificate in Facilities Management.
 
the 10 modules leads to a Certificate in Facilities Management.
  
The program is designed for practicing facilities managers, property and
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The program is designed for practicing facilities managers, property and building administrators, engineers, architects, project managers, project coordinators and project supervisors with the following objectives in mind:
building administrators, engineers, architects, project managers, project
 
coordinators and project supervisors with the following objectives in mind:
 
  
  - To create awareness on and provide practical approaches to best-known
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*To create awareness on and provide practical approaches to best-known practices in facilities management in a building environment
  practices in facilities management in a building environment
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  - To address fundamental principles but only to the point necessary for
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*To address fundamental principles but only to the point necessary forthe understanding of facilities management from a holistic life cycle perspective
  the understanding of facilities management from a holistic life cycle
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  perspective
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*To provide the essential knowledge and skills required to carry out efficient and effective facility management
  - To provide the essential knowledge and skills required to carry out
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  efficient and effective facility management
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*To develop and implement energy management and indoor air quality management
  - To develop and implement energy management and indoor air quality
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  management
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*To be able to use facility management tools for operation and maintenance planning and management
  - To be able to use facility management tools for operation and
 
  maintenance planning and management
 
  
 
Facilities include hospitals; universities and schools; government buildings
 
Facilities include hospitals; universities and schools; government buildings
 
and offices; residential and condominiums; industrial plants and factories;
 
and offices; residential and condominiums; industrial plants and factories;
 
and, commercial buildings and complexes.
 
and, commercial buildings and complexes.

Latest revision as of 06:45, 18 February 2009

The program consists of 10 modules grouped into 3 lecture series. Completion of the 10 modules leads to a Certificate in Facilities Management.

The program is designed for practicing facilities managers, property and building administrators, engineers, architects, project managers, project coordinators and project supervisors with the following objectives in mind:

  • To create awareness on and provide practical approaches to best-known practices in facilities management in a building environment
  • To address fundamental principles but only to the point necessary forthe understanding of facilities management from a holistic life cycle perspective
  • To provide the essential knowledge and skills required to carry out efficient and effective facility management
  • To develop and implement energy management and indoor air quality management
  • To be able to use facility management tools for operation and maintenance planning and management

Facilities include hospitals; universities and schools; government buildings and offices; residential and condominiums; industrial plants and factories; and, commercial buildings and complexes.