In-House Value-Based Facilities Management Training
What may be the critical challenges that your organisation are currently facing and it is likely to face in the future?
What does your organisation’s facilities management function need to know, do, and believe differently to succeed in facilitating your organisation’s success?
How do you better prepare your facilities management function to deliver what matter to your organisation?
These are some questions that organisations who are serious about preparing their facilities management’s performance, for the present and future.
For such a time as this, most organisations are anticipating the expected tough economic situations ahead and are prepared with plans and strategies to remain competitive and relevant. Most business strategy thought leaders would be concerned how the facilities services are able to keep pace to accommodate the dynamic business operations and to deliver what matter to the organisations.
Why In-House Training
Most senior managers and human resource development professionals know that to train a number of staff with the same training requirements and objectives, delivering In-House training can allow them to experience:
Informal environment, where members can be trained together, get to know and learn to trust one another, explore issues more openly, and generate new ideas more creatively;
Customised training, tailored to fit the expected learning objectives ;
Convenient, suit the schedule of the team;
Cost effectiveness, entire team may be trained as compared to sending small group on a public training;
Privacy, team members can discuss real and confidential issues, which is not possible at public training environment.
Reasons for In-House Training
A well-designed and well conducted in-house training can help to:
Hardness the collective creativity of the team
Foster change in perceptions, attitudes and behaviour
Correct course when things are going wrong
Generate or explore solutions for present or anticipated challenges or concerns
Transform the team’s culture or improve relationships hindering its effectiveness
Create a collective vision, mission, goals and directions for the team
Allow members to get to know and come to trust one another
Categories of In-House Training
The In-House Training are categorised into three (3) such as:
1. Getting Started with Value-Based Facilities Management
The key purpose of this programme is establish the belief of FM as a value add and business advantage to organisations. It is strongly encouraged for FM team who wants to make a difference in adding value, delivering competitive advantage that matter to organisations.
The objective of this program is to equip learners with the essentials to:
Establish Facilities Essentials
This section covers the essential building services and support services and their impact in accomodating organisation’s business operations and how the services are interrelated in facilitating the business’ success.
The aim is to appreciate the practice of facilities management, its unique value and and establish the belief of the value of facilities management.
Oversee Facilities Operations
This section covers the operation and maintenance of building services and the different strategies in sustaining the systems and their equipment to operate at their peak performance. The mandatory requirements, related to the building services, and best practices will be covered.
The aim is to enable learners to establish performance indicators, in supporting the function’s Balanced Scorecard, and measures in monitoring the operations performance.
Initiate Facilities Improvement
This section supports continual improvement through initiating facilities improvement by increasing productivity, implementing innovation and improving quality.
The aim is to introduce opportunities for potential intiatives to value add to organistions and how to win funds for the proposed projects through conducting feasibility study and making a case for change.
2. Performance Improvement
This programme is intended as an application of the Value-Based Facilities Management programme. The key aim is to identify, assess, and making a case for potential facilities performance improvement initiatives.
3. Project Meeting or Strategic Planning Facilitation
The objectives are such as to:
– establish and confirm the project or strategy objectives and desired outcomes
– tranlate project or strategic objectives into a productive action plan;
– create an environment to engage and encourage participation of members during meeting;
– communicate project or operations progress results and to maintain their momentum;
– record feedback and lessons learnt to continually improve the project or strategic implementation process.
Why Partner with FMS Associates Asia (FMS)
FMS is recognised as a credible FM training company since 2007, conducting facilities management training programmes, such the Competent Facilities Practitioner® programme, the Facility Management Professional® and value-add series programmes and has trained thousands of practitioners in the field of facilities management.
The training is based on the Value-Based Facilities Management’s I-S-C FM Value Model, based on the book, Value-Based Facilities Management, authored by its Principal Consultant, Steven Ee. The aim to equip them with strategies an approaches to help practitioners to add value and deliver competitive advantage to organisations. Importanly, to focus on what matter to organisation and to identify continual performance improvement opportunities;
With the vast experiences gained from the many years of training and consultancy works, FMS can understand and relate better the various challenges faced, especially relating to performance, in the field of facilities management
FMS adopts experimential learning which adopts blended learning solutions (comprised of accelerated learning, facilitative coaching, consulting techniques such as intervention techniques, system thinking and facilitative coaching) for performance improvement and delivering measurable results.
FMS adopts its Consultative Training Process to foster collaboration with stakeholder to enable assessment and proactive recommendations that target specific performance gaps and link them to the desired outcome of the training;
A Training Evaluation Report will be submitted to assess the value the learning.
What Benefits the Participants can experience
FMS incorporates experiential learning activities, designed to create a high degree of enthusiasm among the participants and add enjoyment to the learning process. They are intended to create lasting learning occurs. Each activity is designed with a specific learning objective in mind, based on the training needs. Facilitative coaching methodology is adopted to facilitate self discovery, reflection internalising the learning and to relate to their day-to-day situations. These blended learning solutions aim to achieve the unique learning experience to the group process.
Get Started with In-House Value-Based Facilities Management Training
Whether your facilities management is a functional department within an organisation or is a service provider, you will want to invest in organising in-house training for facilities management services to remain relevant and competitive, adding value and delivering competitive advantage to organisations.