- Building Managers
- Facility Co-ordinators
- Property Managers
- Facility Managers
- Maintenance Managers
- Soft Services Managers
- OHS Staff/Representatives
- Estate Managers
- Precinct Managers
TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
- NQF 4 Communication skills & mathematical literacy
The government requires companies to have a disaster risk management plan in place. Investing in disaster risk reduction saves lives and money and future-proofs companies to prevent or curb disaster losses. Furthermore, they positively impact economic, social and environmental benefits and enhance corporate and community well-being and resilience.
This learning programme equips facilities management and other legislated compliance staff to assess risk, develop a risk management plan and implement the strategy into their work environment.
The delegate will be able to:
- Identify and solve problems and make responsible and ethical decisions
- Effectively plan, lead, organise and control the working environment
- Collect, organise and critically evaluate information to manage performance in the business unit
- Communicate effectively
- Demonstrate an understanding of managing others in multiple teams
- Use technology effectively to research, recommend and implement management solutions, showing responsibility to others’ environment and health
- Introduction to Disaster Risk Management
- Planning for Disaster Risk Management
- Conducting a Disaster Risk Assessment
- Developing and Implementing Risk Prevention and Reduction
- Developing and Implementing the Contingency Plan
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.