Managing Building Services - 19-20 April, Manchester - 2 day course
19th - 20th April 2018 (9:00AM - 5:00PM)
|Location||ETC Venues Portland Street
11 Portland Street
Tel: +44 (0)1279 712 620
|Tel||+44 (0) 1279 712631|
|Details||Poorly managed building services can have environmental, financial and legal and repercussions as well as increasing risks and discomfort for users. How can you manage your building services to deliver cost effective, sustainable, comfortable, functional and safe environments?
This course provides an overview of the range of building services and how to get the most from them to ensure your buildings work effectively.
Is it for you?
For facilities managers looking to increase understanding of how to effectively manage building services.
What will you learn?
The course will provide an overview of building design, different building types and structures.
Delegates will learn how to develop and implement a strategy for the maintenance of the building fabric and implications of different building types considered.
How to develop a comprehensive building services maintenance programme will be discussed, including condition surveys and forward maintenance plans. Also an overview of Glossary of Terms.
How to manage staff, contractors and specialists to ensure the required level of service is delivered will also be covered.
In addition, the course will provide an understanding of building management systems (BMS) and technology used to control or manage building services. The range of BMS and other relevant technologies will be explored, and impact of building services on issues such as sustainability considered.
Learning techniques within this course
•Instructor led discussion
•Profiling and case studies
•Risk assessment exercises
•Presenting your findings
•Comprehensive course handbook
•Process flow charts
•Top tips guide
•Equivalent to 12 CPD hours
All BIFM Academy day courses include refreshments and lunch.
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BIFM members - £650pp +VAT
BIFM non-members - £750pp +VAT
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