Facilities Management NVQ Certificate Level 3

Blended learning in Lincolnshire and On Site

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Description

  • Typology

    NVQ

  • Methodology

    Blended

Description

These qualifications are designed for first line managers and supervisors working in the facilities management environment. They support a range of operations including building maintenance, catering, reception and security. The key aspects of any facilities management role are monitoring facilities, developing relationships with colleagues and other parties and ensuring that health and safety are maintained. Learners completing the Level 3 Award, Certificate and Diploma in Facilities Management could progress to generic management qualifications such as the Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Management (QCF).
Suitable for: Suitable for all learners over 16 years od age - can be taken as a stand alone qualification or as an Advanced or Adult Apprenticeship. The qualification will enable learners to demonstrate their competence in the area of Facilities Management - supervisors & first line managers who support a range of operational aspects such as reception, buildings, catering and security etc.

Facilities

Location

Starts

Lincolnshire
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On Site (Lincolnshire)
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Course programme

Course review:

To achieve the Level 3 Award in Facilities Management Practice (QCF) learners must achieve a minimum of 6 credits. Learners must achieve one mandatory unit. No credits need to be achieved from the optional units group but a maximum of six credits can be achieved to a maximum credit value of 12 for the qualifications.

Mandatory Unit

Provide and monitor facilities for clients

Optionals

Develop working relationships with colleagues
Develop and implement a risk assessment plan in own area of responsibility.
Monitor and solve customer service problems
Contribute to the management of incidents and emergencies
Set objectives and provide support for team members
Procure supplies

Operate security measures
Monitoring operational performance
Maintain property and assets
Contribute to disaster recovery and contingency planning
Manage space

Carry out energy management
Manage facilities management projects
Provide leadership and direction for own area of responsibility
Understanding sustainability and environmental issues and the impact on facilities management
Recruit staff in own area of responsibility
Implement change in own area of responsibility
Provide leadership and direction for own area of responsibility
Understanding sustainability and environmental issues and the impact on facilities management
Recruit staff in own area of responsibility
Manage a budget for own area or activity of work
Specify, commission and manage external contracts and agreements

The qualifications are designed to be assessed:

•in the workplace, or

•in conditions resembling the workplace, as specified in the assessment principles for the sector, or

•as part of a training programme.

Additional information

Comments: These qualifications are designed for first line managers and supervisors working in the facilities management environment. They support a range of operations including building maintenance, catering, reception and security. The key aspects of any facilities management role are monitoring facilities, developing relationships with colleagues and other parties and ensuring that health and safety are maintained.
Career opportunities: What are the potential job roles for those working towards these qualifications? • Facilities management coordinator • Contract manager – facilities management in a variert of settings & environments..
Credits/Points: 31 credits

Facilities Management NVQ Certificate Level 3

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