The British Institute of Facilities Management [BIFM] is the trading name of the Institute of Workplace and Facilities Management [IWFM]
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.
Level 3 - 6 Days Level 4 - 6 Days
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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.
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
Also suitable for new recruits into the industry from another management discipline.
Recognition (both Nationally and Internationally)
Career progression pathway.
Improved marketability Competent.
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
Introduction to facilities management
Corporate social responsibility and sustainability in facilities management
Customer and stakeholder relations in facilities management
Specification and procurement of facilities supplies and services
Health and safety responsibilities in facilities management
Manage operational performance in facilities management
(M) Mandatory (O) Optional
LEVEL 4 COURSE DETAILS
BIFM Level 4 Qualifications in Facilities Management
Overview of facilities management
Managing health and safety in own area of facilities management
Understanding financial management in facilities management
Understanding quality management in facilities management
Understanding procurement and contract management in facilities management
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