The training programme covers the fundamentals of general facilities management in a practical way. The focus areas include an overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OSHAct) and some of its implications, emergency and contingency planning and the basics of asset management and building maintenance.
This training programme empowers managers of facilities to understand the importance of procurement in a facilities management environment, bidding processes and gain a holistic understanding of the element of facilities management suppliers that deliver, products and services. The course further assists procurement managers to understand contract management principles and prepare service level agreements.
This five day skills training programme covers three days of theoretical classroom training and two days of practical workshop application. The programme focusses on key trade skills expected from a Handyman and prepares him / her for a professional maintenance service that is client focussed.
The focus is on general, civil, construction and electrical maintenance and includes a “mentor” pack of activities to be performed in the workplace. The delegate is required to complete a portfolio of evidence for competency sign off.
This accredited training programme entrenches the elements of a project affected by time, cost and quality; from concept to close out of facilities management projects at theoretical and practical levels.
This accredited qualification is ideal for junior to middle facilities management staff to provide insights into and tools to manager disaster within the workplace. The disaster in question is based within the workplace.
This ‘Disaster Management’ course can either be completed as a stand-alone course or as an additional, elective unit standard as part of the ‘Generic Management qualification’.
This accredited qualification is ideal for junior to middle facilities management staff who want to gain insights and tools to identify and management conflict. The conflict in question could be with and / or between employees within the facilities team, or between the facilities manager and their suppliers.
This ‘Conflict Management’ course can either be completed as a stand-alone course or as an additional, elective unit standard as part of the ‘Generic Management qualification’.
This accredited qualification is ideal for junior to middle facilities management staff who want to gain a solid foundation in leadership, management and customer service management principles and concepts. The programme consists of seven contact modules offered in a facilitated classroom environment that include formative and summative assessments that are submitted for each module via our Afroteq online training portal. Regular contact sessions with the facilitators ensure that a steady momentum is maintained to support and motivate the delegate to full completion.
The purpose of this qualification is to prepare a learner to operate as a facilities manager. A facilities manager organises, controls and coordinates the strategic and operational management of facilities in public or private organisations.
This programme is intended as part of a qualification for managers of small businesses and junior managers of business units in larger organisations. The programme is focused on enabling the candidate to manage self or a team with a high level of emotional intelligence.
On completion of this programme learners will be able to:
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