Facility Management Certification Training Course
In the Facility Management Certification Training course, you will learn to coordinate a facility’s activities related to keeping a complex operating to enable sustainable enterprise performance through the whole life management of productive workplaces and effective business support services by encompassing the integration of business administration, architecture, and behavioral and engineering sciences to create an environment that encourages productivity, is safe, is pleasing to clients and customers, meets government mandates, and is efficient.
This all-encompassing course thoroughly illuminates the methods, how-to skills, equipment, and best practices of modern facility management and emphasizes the practical operational aspects of sustainable facility management. Topics covered include organizational structure; cultural issues associated with property/facility management; career opportunities; financial, construction, and emergency management; environmental issues; HVAC, energy, and water management; green building; strategic management, and more. Throughout, chapter questions, exercises, photos, and diagrams help you deepen your understanding. These are complemented by many first-hand insights about effective facility management.
Features of the Class:
Comprehensive and up-to-date—helping you master all facets of modern sustainable facilities management, including careers, organizational structure, cultural issues, finance, construction management, handling emergencies, environmental issues, HVAC, energy, water, green building, strategy, and much more.
Practical, operational focus—emphasizing how-tos, realistic challenges, and proven solutions throughout, making this class an ideal functional course in sustainable management.
Many photos and diagrams throughout—making it easier for you to understand everything from modern equipment to best-practice processes.
Well-designed questions and exercises—promoting critical thinking.
Expert coverage of significant recent and emerging trends—including modern green rating systems, facilities management outsourcing, advanced facilities maintenance techniques, budgeting for green initiatives, and preventing cyber-attacks.
Contains comprehensive coverage of environmental management—including heat reclamation, chilled beam, DCV, and other ventilation/control systems; non-toxic HVAC chemicals; renewable wind, solar, photovoltaic, geothermal, hydro, and fuel cell energy sources; new lighting options; and state-of-the-art water conservation methods, including xeriscaping.
Includes world-class examples and case studies—showcasing the world-famous sustainable design of CH2 in Melbourne, Australia, as well as the fuel cell technology used at One World Trade Center.