Whether you already work as a facilities administrator, coordinator, office manager, technician or executive from any industry background, this Diploma in Facilities Management course will provide you with excellent career progression and opportunities.
On this facilities management course you will learn the importance of setting out a strategy for both hard and soft services. The key to excellent facilities management is great support service operations. The following units are covered on this facilities management course.
On this Facilities management course you will learn about People management in facilities management which covers planning workloads for staff within the facilities management function.
A key area covered on this facilities management course is Health and safety in own area of facilities management and Risk management. This means understanding personal, employer and employee responsibilities in relation to legal requirements. Communicating hazards and preparing risk assessments.
Most importantly on this facilities management course is the Financial and budgeting side of facilities management which is vital for a successful operation.
The final areas covered on this Diploma in facilities management is the whole area of Leadership and management and Performance measurement amongst people attached to the hard and soft support service operations.
With the development of modern building environments, there has been a notable increase in demand for competent junior, middle and senior Facilities Managers in Ireland and abroad.
This Facilities Management Diploma course is an internationally recognised level 4 England qualification (which is comparable to a level 6 in Ireland). The qualification is internationally recognised by Ofqual and is awarded by the IWFM Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management.
The IWFM Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management is the leading awarding organisation for facility management professionals in Ireland and the UK. CMI is an approved IWFM centre and delivers IWFM qualifications to the highest standards of excellence.
The structure of this facilities management course is to ensure that participants are able to develop both academic knowledge and practical facilities management skills.
A unique approach to success
1. Learners should have 2-3 years’ experience in a Facilities role or an equivalent type role and/or hold a similar type level 3 (England) or level 5 (Ireland) qualification. Check with Admissions to confirm your eligibility or check out the Certificate in Facilities Management.
2. Non-Native English speakers, appropriate level of English i.e. IELTS level 5.5 or higher
* The Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management (IWFM) was previously known as The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM)