Introduction to managing and maintaining property and assets – ILM Unit Certificate Level 3

Area:
Nationwide Locations
Price: On request
Type:
Distance Learning

Course description

The ILM Unit Certificat – Introduction to managing and maintaining property and assets – covers the following topics:

Key property development issues include the following:

Requirements of a property portfolio
Benefits and disadvantages of tenancy and owner-occupation
Legal issues and property law – overview
Property management and maintenance
Property surveys, registers, risks and record-keeping
Benefits of computer-based property and assets management systems.

Course Aims

The course is for anyone with an interest in property development, from individuals thinking about taking a small step on the property ladder, such as a house or flat to let out; to those with a bit more ambition who feel now is a good time to take a closer look at investing in property.

Course Syllabus

Property Portfolio
Describing the property portfolio
Review of owned and leased buildings
Meeting business requirements

Tenancy and Owner-Occupation
Duties of the landlord
Duties of the tenant
Advantages of being an owner-occupier
Advantages of being a tenant

Legal Issues
Basics of property law
Landlord and Tenant Act
Occupiers Liability
Planning issues
Defective premises
Rights and obligations
Overview of land title types
Overview of leasing law
Introduction to contract law

Property management and maintenance
Identifying maintenance activities
Resources required for maintenance
Building services
Lighting, heating and air conditioning
Building fabric

Property surveys, registers and risks
Need for building surveys
Inspecting asset conditions
Risk management – overview
Risk-management strategies
Risk-Reward Balance

Modern facilities management
FM factors in organising maintenance
Maintance regiemes
Use of computer programs to assist maintenance and facilities management
Record-keeping

Course Duration and Entry

The ILM Guided Learning Hours (GLH) for the course are 15 hours.

The ILM operates on an 'Open Entry' policy but prospective participants should be able to apply what they learn on the course in an organisational setting (need not be in a job).

Certification

There are no examination with participants instead completing an assignment which is assessed. On successful completion of the assignment participants receive their Level 3 Unit Certificate from the ILM.

NOTE: The course is introductory in nature and is designed to give participants a good insight to the topics. It does not provide professional advice.

 


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