Is this course for you?

As a workplace and facilities management professional, this course will teach you how to reduce risk and improve the management of building services. It provides an overview of the range of building services and how to get the most from them to ensure your buildings operate effectively.


How much will it cost?

Member: £650+VAT 
Non-Member: £750 +VAT

What will you learn?

Upon completion of this course, you will understand:

  • Building services: Explaining what building services are and how they work - and establishing the importance of maintaining them
  • Building maintenance: How to develop a comprehensive building services maintenance programme, including condition surveys, asset management and lifecycle plans
  • Utility management: energy efficiency
  • Building control requirements: The range of building management systems (BMS) and technology used to control or manage building services
  • Compliance: requirements and risk management for building services

All our learning outcomes match the essential skills required by the profession day-to-day.

This course will boost your skill set, providing the tools you need to advance your career.

How long is it for?

Study time is equivalent to 14 CPD hours.

This is an intensive two-day course comprising workshops and practical tasks.

Delivery method

1. Live virtual training via zoom

Learn from a location that suits you.

In order to be part of our virtual training session, you will need:

  • Access to a computer (PC or Mac) which has a microphone and web cam included (or an additional microphone and web cam installed and set up)
  • A strong internet connection
  • A pair of headphones
  • A quiet area of your home where you can concentrate, uninterrupted

2. Face-to-face training

Immersive peer-to-peer learning - upskill alongside your colleagues from the industry.



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