- Facilities Managers
- Maintenance Managers
- Technical Managers
- Office Managers
- Building Managers
- Property Managers[/one_half][one_half_last]
- Procurement Officers
- Facilities Supervisors
- Facilities Co-ordinators
- Procurement Managers
- Supply Chain Managers[/one_half_last]
TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
- NQF 3 Mathematical and Communication Literacy
Purchasing and procurement are some of the foundational functions that a facilities management practitioner must be familiar with. These are essential management functions that ensure that service delivery is effective and cost-efficient and that sub-contractors deliver on their service level agreements (SLA).
This training programme will assist delegates to develop specifications and source services aligned to their procurement strategy, using practical techniques and measurements.
It unpacks the various procurement methods, including RFI, RFP and RFQ and highlights the value-add of a strategic procurement approach.
Delegates that have attended this training programme will be eligible to enrol in the award-winning Occupational Certificate: Facilities Manager.
The delegate will be able to:
- Discuss purchasing and procurement and the functional relationship of the purchasing process
- Explain factors contributing to the productivity of the organisation
- Describe the supplier selection process
- Discuss the purchase cycle
- Outline the code of practices for BBBEE
Delegates earn the SSETA credits when they complete and submit the formative and summative assessments. These form part of a post-training work-based Portfolio of Evidence (POE) evaluated by an assessor and moderator.
Upon completing the POE and found competent by the assessor and moderator, the SSETA registers the delegate’s results on the National Learners’ Record Database. These results remain a lifelong achievement for all delegates to further their careers.
SAFMA awards CPD points to registered SAFMA members on the presentation of their Certificate of Attendance.
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COVID-19 OHS COMPLIANCE
All venues used for the facilitated training format have been inspected and are compliance with COVID-19 Government and Hospitality Industry Standards.
Delegates are responsible to provide their own cloth face mask and wear it for the duration of the training programme.
A Health and Safety Induction will be done at the beginning of the training and enforced throughout the contact days.