What you’ll learn
Understand what facility management 2.0 is and why it’s important
Leaning a brief overview of facility management’s functions, scope, and services
Analyze the sectors, industries, and key areas of facilities management
Understand why does your company need a facilities management team
Learning the best way to become a facilities manager
Master course in facility or facilities management 2.0
Facility Management (FM) focuses on efficiency efforts and long-term success in areas like real estate, operational finances, human resources, maintenance, and information technology (IT). It’s an evidence-based management discipline and software productivity. It’s easy to see why facility management and productivity growth are related to a facility manager, business’ facility and physical assets.
In order to be productive, you need all these ingredients in place. Physical assets and facilities can’t run a business if they’re not working. Apart from that, a well-run FM program can help employees be more productive on a day-to-day basis.
In order to improve productivity, facilities management professionals should handle these operations. Using the information from maintenance and daily operations reports, they can figure out how to fix any problems that may arise that could affect productivity in the workplace. This course will explain the concepts of Facility management, Facilities management, Certified facility manager,Business Operations management and Office maintenance services.
This master course will cover the following 5 topics:
1. What facility management 2.0 is and why it’s important
2. A brief overview of facility management’s functions, scope, and services
3. Sectors, industries, and key areas of facilities management
4. Why does your company need a facilities management team
5. The best way to become a facilities manager
Who this course is for:
- All UG, PG, Engineering Students to become a facility manager
- Interested learners to learn about the concepts of facilities management
- Business owners, Organizational leaders, Entrepreneurs and Start-up organizers