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bifm-logo.pngThe British Institute of Facilities Management [BIFM] is the trading name of the
Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management [IWFM]

OVERVIEW

The Facilities Management Standards clearly define the competences that are necessary to be a competent facilities management practitioner at all career levels, from a support role through to a strategic role. Currently, K-Pintar is offering Level 3 and Level 4 BIFM certifications.
DURATION

Level 3 - 6 Days
Level 4 - 6 Days
 

MORE INFORMATION

Click on our quick program information below to find out more:

 

Level 3


  • First-line managers and supervisors in Facilities Management.
  • Designed to develop knowledge and understanding of the Facilities Management industry.
  • Also suitable for new recruits into the industry.

 

Level 4


  • Operational managers in Facilities Management.
    • Responsible for day to day operations.
    • Managing the delivery of a range of support services
    • Managing contractors and suppliers
    • Health and Safety Budget
    • Projects Budget
  • Also suitable for new recruits into the industry from another management discipline.

 

For Individuals:

  • Recognition (both Nationally and Internationally)
  • Career progression pathway.
  • Improved marketability Competent.

For Employers:

  • Tailor qualifications to meet company needs.
  • Recruit and retain high quality staff.
  • Skilled competent workforce - an independent measure of expertise measured against clear learning outcomes.
  • Gain competitive edge

 

  • Program workbook, assessments and handouts

 

 

LEVEL 3 COURSE DETAILS

BIFM Level 3 Qualifications in Facilities Management

(M) Mandatory      (O) Optional

 

LEVEL 4 COURSE DETAILS

BIFM Level 4 Qualifications in Facilities Management

(M) Mandatory      (O) Optional

 


CLASS INFORMATION   


 British Institute of Facilities Management Level 4

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K-Pintar Training Centre
 
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K-Pintar Training Centre

 

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