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Nov 6 - Nov 6 2024
Dec 4 - Dec 4 2024
Jan 8 - Jan 8 2025
This program is for entry-level managers or current managers of building systems and building operations staff. It covers the essential elements of building operations administration, staffing, communications with an introduction to the legal and financial requirements for this industry.
What You’ll Learn
- Identify and describe building classifications and occupancies.
- Define the facility manager’s role in various types of building ownership.
- Apply government regulations related to property and building administration.
- Manage energy efficiency, barrier-free access, procurement, health and safety, waste and recycling.
- Prepare and use budgets to control costs.
- Participate in long-range planning.
- Interpret and use financial reports.
- Apply controls to the work of a facility department.
- Perform recruitment, selection, hiring, training and monitoring staff in accordance with acceptable human resources principles and legislative requirements.
- Use effective oral and written communications of technical information.
- Human Relations for Facility Managers
- Property Building Administration
- Site Maintenance and Building Safety
- Strategic Financial Planning Facilities
- Building Systems: Practical Overview
- Fire Protection
- Technical Communications
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Next Cohort: Oct 2-Oct 2
Student Reviews (1)
This is a good local college with pretty strong networks around Oshawa and Ontario. They even have a decent reputation for applied technical research with loads of support from the City of Oshawa and partnerships with Ontario Tech and others schools (s...
This is a good local college with pretty strong networks around Oshawa and Ontario. They even have a decent reputation for applied technical research with loads of support from the City of Oshawa and partnerships with Ontario Tech and others schools (same campus).
Campus life will be more exciting at universities and other colleges, but I was working with a young family when I started my program and that didn't matter to me. Definitely an international student body and with new buildings going up it seems there's a lot of growth happening.
The most important thing for me was that they had great profs who cared about my success and made introductions for me to industry. Overall, very happy with my decision.