This set of short courses have been developed to provide higher level training for participants who have been introduced to the real estate discipline at NQF 4 and NQF 5 levels. The goal is to provide higher level, more targeted training, focused on some of the fundamentals that enable performance in key business areas.
Facilities management can be summarised as creating and maintaining an environment that supports the organisation's primary operations, taking an integrated view of the services infrastructure, and using this to deliver customer satisfaction and best value. This course thus has two-fold aims: to enable participants develop an understanding of the theory, principles and practice of facilities management by showing how facilities management should be performed to support the core business of client organisations, primarily building owners.
The course will benefit property practitioners who do not have Property degrees; past graduates of SAPOA programs in different aspects of the real estate business and people from different disciplinary backgrounds considering entering the profession. If you have a National Diploma and would like to enrol in our Postgraduate Diploma programme, we would require you to pass these short courses as a condition for acceptance.
Successful completion is classwork (30%), project (20%), final test (50%) is compulsory.
Number of Notional Study Hours: 200