Introduction to Facilities Management

Introduction to Facilities Management (6 ECTS)

MQF Level 5

Date – TBC
Duration – 30 hours
Accredited – Yes
Price – Price (Local/EU) – Euro 500 / (Non-EU) – Euro 600

Module Description

This modules is designed to provide delegates with a comprehensive overview of the key concepts and elements of facilities management. The learners will understand the importance of efficient facilities management for an organisation to be productive while being cost effective.

Entry Requirements

Students should be at least 18 years+ and in possession of a minimum MQF Level 4 Qualification in Facilities Management or related


Level 4 – Diploma in Facilities Management


Be in possession of one of the following:

(a) Grade 5 in English (Matsec Certificate)

(b) IELTs 6.0

(c) Or an equivalent qualification.


This course is targeted at:

  1. individuals aspiring to work as a facilities or operation managers
  2. individuals who wish to advance their education and gain in depth knowledge and skills related to facilities management.
  3. individuals already working in the field related to facilities management and would like to obtain qualification in this sector.

Learning Outcomes

At the end of the module/unit the learner will have acquired the responsibility and autonomy to:

  1. Deal with aspects relating to facilities analysis;
  2. Coordinate activities and tasks with regard to facilities management;
  3. Monitor and ensure efficient management of facilities

At the end of the module/unit the learner will have acquired the following skills: 

a) Discuss the discipline of facilities management, including its operational and startegic importance in an oragnisation

b) Identify and recognise the key personal attributes, skills and knowledge required to become a FM professions and how to progress within the field

c) Assess the various delivery method of facilities management and choose the right operating model for the organisation


This module shall be taught making use of synchronous teaching methods whereby participants will be engaged in learning at the same time. Students will be exposed to lectures, intellectual two-way discussions, and knowledge sharing.


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