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The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding Property and Assets Management covers:

Understanding the estate management function; and

Understanding premises and building services maintenance.

The ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

Facilities Management Certificate-Diploma Programme - FULL - Cork - 2018

Facilities Management Certificate-Diploma Programme - FULL - Cork - 2018

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

Facilities Management Certificate-Diploma Programme - FULL - Cork - 2018

The ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

Facilities Management Certificate-Diploma Programme - FULL - Cork - 2018

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

This Unit Certificate deals with how contracts and contractors can be managed in the organisation.

It has a particular focus on construction-related and facilities management contracts.

Contracts and Contractors - Construction Sector - Ireland

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Security

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Security

The ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or

potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role. The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The ILM/City&Guilds Certificate in Facilities Management

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

Construction Supervisor - ILM Level 5 Award in Leadership and Management - Ireland

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practising or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role. The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills. The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding Health and Safety in the Workplace - Scotland - covers:

Understanding the organisation’s policy and responsibilities for ensuring a safe and healthy working environment; and
Understanding own responsibilities for health and safety in the workplace;

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding Procurement and Supplier Management in The Workplace covers the following:

Understanding procurement in own organisation; and
Understanding how specialists and suppliers are identified and managed in own organisation

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding How to Manage Contracts and Contractors in the Workplace covers:

Understanding how contracts are managed in the workplace; and

Understand how contractors can be managed in the workplace - related to a particular contract you manage or have managed.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in The Effective Management of Space in Your Own Organisation covers:

Understanding the principles that guide and the legislation that impacts on the planning and management of space;

Understanding how to plan accommodation changes; and

Understanding optimisation of space utilisation.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding sustainability and environmental issues in an organisation covers:

Understanding sustainability and corporate social responsibility;

Understanding environmental issues affecting the organisation and how these issues can be managed; and

Understanding the constraints and opportunities of an organisation’s building(s) in being environmentally friendly.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding utility services and energy efficiency in the workplace covers:

Understanding own organisation’s utility services requirements; and

Understanding the efficiency of own organisation’s energy consumption.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Understanding Property and Assets Management covers:

Understanding the estate management function; and

Understanding premises and building services maintenance.

This Unit Certificate is designed to give participants a better understanding of property and assets, the estate management function, and premises and building services maintenance.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

The ILM Diploma in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential Facilities Managers more advanced skills for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing comprehensive management skills and specific facilities management skills.
The Diploma is a 'top-up' qualification to the ILM Certificate in Facilities Management.

The City&Guilds/ILM Award in Facilities Management is ideal for people developing their career in facilities management. it gives participants an insight to the trends in facilities management and how the good management of an organisation's facilities can help it both on a day-to-day operational basis and help it to develop strategically.

The City&Guilds/ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or potential facilities managers the foundation for their formal development in this role.

The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

Facilities Management Award certified by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) at City&Guilds.

The ILM Certificate in Facilities Management aims to give practicing or

potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role. The qualification does this by developing broad leadership and management skills and specific facilities management skills.

Facilities Management Award certified by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) at City&Guilds.

 

Especially in dificult trading times it is vital to concentrate scarce resources where the best chance exists of getting results.

Good direct marketing campaings indentify and target those prospects most likely to react positively. By presenting our case in ways that make an impact we stand a far better chance of ‘standing out from the crowd’. By relating to what customers see as important we don’t waste their time, but help them to take positive action now.

Our Sales Management Essentials course is designed to help you to get better results from your sales team. A great deal of your time when managing salespeople is spent on human relations and communications issues. hiring, motivating and getting results from the sales team are key. Time management and motivationskills are crucial. Better planning and prioritizingyour work helps to keep you focused on results.

Our Sales Skills Essentials course is designed to help you to get better results from your sales activities.

The course covers the sales process, dealing with objections and closing the sale.

Being assertive is not simply asserting one’s rights.

It is a tool used in modern business for successful interaction with staff and clients.

Course Objectives:

• To understand the true nature of assertiveness

• To overcome feelings of fear and anxiety which can prevent assertiveness

• To use assertive behaviour correctly

This couse is to help staff and contractors to prepare themselves to return to the workplace at Griffin College Limite, and to comply with the relevant Irish Government advice and directives in this regard.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate provides a better understanding to improving the effectiveness of induction processes for new employees.

This qualification is designed for senior managers who are new in their roles, or middle managers who are preparing for promotion.

It is aimed at sharpening learners’ critical thinking skills and evaluating their performance to prepare for senior leadership.

This course covers the fundamentals of contract formation, managing and reviewing contracts, and controlling them to secure their objectives.

The course is designed to help tutors and support personnel to be more aware of the potential for discrimination to occur in the learning environment.

It also explores key issues in promoting equality and diversity, and in dealing with anti-equality and discrimination that may tend to arise in learning environments.

NB - After you have gone through the materials you need to take the short quiz.

Understanding The Management of Facilities - ILM / City&Guilds Unit Certificate

The purpose of the Unit is to give participants the skills to plan a complex team activity.

Participants also learn how to communicate information on the activity to your team.

In addition they will be able to review their own ability to lead a team through a complex activity.

The course is designed to help organisations and their management to be more aware of the potential for discrimination to occur in the workplace.

It also explores key issues in promoting equality and in dealing with anti-equality and discrimination that may tend to arise in the workplace.

The courses will help learners the to:

Understand the principles of partnership working;
Understand how to meet the needs and expectations of partners; and
Understand how to reach a partnership working agreement

The ILM/City&Guilds Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management - England and Wales - helps participants to develop their understanding and application of leadership and skills and techniques. It also provides insights and guidance on developing yourself and others..

Budgetary Planning and Control - City&Guilds/ILM Unit Certificate

Managing Information - City&Guilds/ILM Unit Certificate

Understanding the Importance of Marketing For an Organisation - ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate

Managing Stress and Conflict in the Organisation - ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate

The ILM/City&Guilds Level 3 Unit Certificate - Understanding Leadership - England and Wales - helps participants to develop their understanding and application of leadership and skills and techniques.

The ILM/City&Guilds Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management - England and Wales - helps participants to develop their understanding and application of leadership and skills and techniques. It also provides insights and guidance on developing yourself and others..

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate provides a better understanding to improving the effectiveness of induction processes for new employees.

The City&Guilds/ILM Unit Certificate in Understanding Health and Safety in the Workplace provide an insight to the duties and responsibilities of employer, employees and contractors in this important area.

Delegating Authority in the Workplace - ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate 

Developing Individual Mental Toughness - ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate

This course introduces participants to:

1) Contract fundamentals and legal aspects of contracts;
2) Contract issues in the context of Public Sector Procurement; and
3) Contract management fundamentals.

The course runs over a single day.

The ILM/City&Guilds Unit Certificate in Motivating People in the Workplace covers the following:

Understanding the factors that may affect performance and motivation in the workplace; and
Being able to improve levels of motivation and increase performance in the workplace.

A corporate image relies on the image presented by all of the employees which an organisation employs. An employee who is unable to communicate professionally and effectively through written communication will negatively impact the corporate image.

This course is designed to assist all levels of employees to communicate professionally through written communication mediums. On completion of this course participants will be able to communicate in a professional manner using business letters, notes, emails and memoranda.

The ILM Unit Certificate in Understanding Health and Safety in the Workplace in England and Wales helps learners to prepare, manage and control health and safety policies and procedures.

The ILM Unit Certificate in Costs and Budgets helps learners to prepare, manage and control costings budgets.

The ILM Unit Certificate in Induction of New Staff in the Workplace teaches participants how to prepare for and completed induction for new employees, and looks at ways that the effectiveness of the induction can be assessed. 

The ILM Unit Certificate in Managing Workplace Projects teaches participants how to set and define a project scope, and ensure that a project is completed on time, within budget and that it delivers the outputs required to the specified standards.

The ILM Unit Certificate in Solving Problems and Making Decisions teaches participants how to define and solve problems, and how to make better-quality decisions which are appropriate to the circumstances. 

In today’s world time is a valuable commodity. That’s why your organisation needs the best time management training money can buy.

Productivity, effectiveness and ultimately success all hinge on the same factor: time management. With more and more demands being placed on employees, the employee who can manage time most effectively will always be the most successful. Employees who manage their time effectively, save their employers money, give a more valuable service, all without being a burden on their workplace. Our time management courses can help those who wish to gain the most from their valuable time and improve every aspect of their lives.

This seminar will consider the issues which require to be addressed if Councils are to move to a more commercial footing.

It is designed for managers and staff involved in commercialisation programmes.

It is aimed at officers involved in the commissioning, award or management of contracts so they understand the key issues involved commercial initiatives.

The course is designed for Deputy and Assistant CEOs, Directors, commissioners, commercial and legal advisors, finance, risk managers,
commissioners, HR partners and workforce development, improvement and transformation strategy managers.

With many councils declaring themselves to be ‘Entrepreneurial’, this workshop considers the impact of embracing Commercialisation in a public service. The financial settlement will allow councils to increase Ctax but not to the full levels required to fund their statutory requirements particularly around Social Care.


The Issues:


With continued financial constraints and an increasingly uncertain outlook post general election and Brexit, many councils are anticipating a future without Support Grant but replaced by 75% Business Rate Retention, funding increasing public sector pay rises, the Homelessness Reduction Act, the introduction of Phase 2 of the Care Act and the Housing and Planning Act.

This Workshop will take delegates through the process of writing outcome based service contract specifications. It is designed for managers and staff
involved in producing service specifications. It is aimed at officers involved in the commissioning, award or management of contracts so they understand the key issues involved in specification writing, tendering and award of contract.

Introduction:
The drive for improved public sector commercialisation is taking many forms. None more important than improving contracting skills and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of government spending.

No matter what part of the public sector you are in, scarce resources have to be used effectively and this is being translated into improved standards of service specifications.

For a re-tender, just dusting down a service specification written 10 years ago is often no longer appropriate for today’s market.


How sure are you that you are using the most up to date techniques in specification and pricing design?

Barony’s research:

Our research has shown that issues of pricing outcomes have not progressed as expected. Failures to change pricing models accordingly is leading to unsustainable service offerings.


After this workshop, delegates will:
* Understand the need for outcome based specifications;
* Consider the impact of Social Value in specification development;
* Understand how to produce a professional specification;
* Understand the benefits of sourcing quality suppliers to ensure value for money;
* Have an overview of pricing models; and
* Use practical examples to draft specifications.