SAFMA, QCTO, SSETA
TRAINING COURSE OVERVIEW
This five-day training programme forms part of the QCTO Facilities Manager qualification and is focused on building an understanding of the principles of leading and managing a facilities management workforce.
Upon successful completion the delegate will be able to:
- Describe and discuss components that enables successful project management
- Describe the project management cycle as it applies to facilities management
- Discuss a range of techniques used to successfully manage facilities management projects
- Describe and evaluate aspects of people management
- Describe the impact leadership and management styles have on motivated facilities management workforce
- Evaluate recruitment and selection processes within the South African legislative requirements to meet strategic objectives and operational priorities
- Evaluate human resource management practices in terms of the related legislation
- Describe the principles and impact of change management in a facilities management context
- Describe the drivers to and need for change management in facilities management
- Describe the impact facilities management has on the business organisation - Describe the impact a business organisation has on facilities management
For delegates to earn the SSETA and QCTO credits, they will be required to complete both formative, final summative assessments as well as the practical skills and workplace module, which all forms part of a post training work-based Portfolio of Evidence (POE) which is evaluated by an assessor and moderator.
Upon successful completion of the POE, the SSETA, the assuring body, will register the delegate’s results on the National Learners’ Record Database. These results remain a lifelong achievement for all delegates to further their careers.
SAFMA CPD points will be awarded to registered SAFMA members on 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.