This programme provides an excellent platform for learners to learn the skills and knowledge to contribute to overall goals such as reducing costs, improving productivity and pursuing sustainability related to facility management. It will provide learner with an overview of how facilities management supports the business needs of the organization and how to organize the resources and vendors in order to optimize operational efficiency and effectiveness.


On completion of this course, learners will have a better general understanding of facilities management role and responsibilities and also how essential it is for organization to perform its daily task.

Entry Requirements
Applicants must possess ALL the following minimum qualifications in order to enrol for the course:  
  • A recognised diploma OR degree
  • Possess Employability Skills System (ESS) Workplace Literacy OR GCE “N” Level English grade 5
  • Possess ES Workplace Numeracy Level 5 OR GCE “N” Level Maths grade 5
Course Content

Integrated Facilities Management

  • Fundamental Principles of Integrated Facilities Management (IFM)
  • Strategic Facilities Management
  • Configuration of Data for Benchmarking & Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) 
  • Building Values Management in Asset &FM (AFM) Services
  • AFM Technology for Risk Management and Continuous Improvement


Foundation of Workplace Safety and Health

  • Principles of Effective Safety Programs
  • One Stop Safety Management Resources
  • Case Studies on Safety Management at Construction Site
  • Construction Safety
  • Hazards & Solutions Framework
  • Key Features of ISO 45001 Standard


The Business Environment

  • Introduction and General Background of Research
  • Definition of Business Environment and Strategic Management
  • Characteristics of Corporate Strategy
  • Economical, Technological and Social Environment


Managing Physical Resources in a Business Environment

  • Principle of Facilities Management (FM) and Sustainable FM
  • Asset Facilities Management versus Engineering Maintenance Management
  • Types of Maintenance Strategies to Enhance Total Building Maintainability & Service Delivery

167 Jalan Bukit Merah
Tower 4, #02-16
Singapore 150167

Addition Information

40 SDUs

Duration:               8 weeks

Frequency:          Every Tuesday & Thursday (6.30pm to 9.30pm)

Assessment mode

Each module will be assessed individually upon completion through a combination of Group Project, Assessment, Presentation and Interviews.

All participants must achieve at least 75% physical attendance per module to be eligible for the assessment. 

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