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BIFM Level 3 Diploma in Facilities Management

Course Type: PLC and Further Education
Institute Name: Portobello Institute
Fee: on request
Course Locations: Dublin City Centre
Application Deadline: Course is run on regular basis

Course Details

The BIFM level 3 qualification is aimed at those starting out on the career and knowledge path of FM. This programme is also suitable for first-line managers and supervisors seeking to develop their skills and gain a recognised FM qualification.

Aims of the Programme
•The learning outcomes for this programme include:
•Understanding facilities management within the context of an organisation
•Managing and developing relationships in the workplace
•Delivering service in the workplace
•Managing and maintaining property and assets
•Working with costs and budgets in an FM environment
•Understanding the role of leadership and management in the FM context

Assessment Criteria

Practical assessment tasks that are work-based, reflecting live business projects and activities are the core assessment techniques used for this qualification.

Entry Requirements

No previous FM experience required.

Course Structure

This programme is available to study through part-time tuition. End dates are subject to change due to Saturday dates. Saturday dates will be given at time of booking and are subject to change. Life Cycle, cost analysis, value engineering, security preparedness; these are only a few of the range of facilities issues confronting many organisations today. The BIFM level 3 qualification introduces the participant to the concepts of facilities management, developing the learners ability to identify and use relevant understanding, methods and skills to facilitate the competent completion of tasks and addressing of problems.

Diploma Course Content
•Introduction to Facilities Management
•Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability in FM
•Customer and Stakeholder Relations in FM Operations
•Specification and Procurement of Facilities Supplies and Services
•Manage operational performance in FM
•Budget Management of FM Operations
•Health and Safety Responsibilities in FM
•Project Management within FM Operations
•Understanding Support Services Operations in an organisation
•Contribute to Disaster Recovery and Contingency Planning

Qualification

BIFM Level 3 Diploma in Facilities Management

Progression

Students can progress their studies in FM or complement their qualifications with energy and waste management qualifications. All of these programmes are available through the CME. BIFM Level 4 in Facilities Management CME Level 1 Certificate in Energy Management CME Level 1 Certificate in Waste Management

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