Senior and head of facilities management (integrated degree) (level 6)
Delivering a variety of integrated facilities management operational services across multiple sites.
- Qualification level
Equivalent to degree.
- Typical duration
- 42 months
- Apprenticeship category
- Construction and the built environment
- Maximum funding
Maximum amount government will fund
for apprenticeship training.
- Also known as
- Head of estates
- Head of facilities
- Head of FM operations
- Senior Facilities Manager
Skills an apprentice will learn
- Manage portfolios of FM property assets strategically (develop property management strategy; evaluate, monitor and control premises, fabric & building services; identify value creation opportunities)
- Lead on FM service delivery and identify opportunities for innovation that create value (evaluate scope and effectiveness of FM service delivery; determine its feasibility; evaluate effectiveness of FM service delivery and innovation)
- Scope and evaluate the extent and nature of FM compliance requirements and recommend actions that address the shortfalls (assess risks and implications of non-compliance; differentiate compliance-related accountabilities; monitor and report on compliance performance)
- Evaluate FM management information systems to develop FM knowledge and enable quality management (evaluate effectiveness of FM information systems; make recommendations for improvement; develop FM quality management strategy, policies, plans and procedures)
- Develop and implement FM strategy and policy for a portfolio of FM services (analyse internal & external environment; ensure policies are ethical, sustainable and aligned with the strategy; evaluate effectiveness of FM stakeholder arrangements)
- Apply change and programme management techniques in an FM context (scope need for change; assess strategic impact of change; develop change management plans; evaluate effectiveness of change)
- Develop and evaluate FM business continuity plans (BCP) (scope and role of FM in BCP; test & evaluate effectiveness of BCP plans)
- Lead and develop the FM workforce to manage assets and deliver services (manage teams to achieve FM objectives; evaluate personal effectiveness; plan & resource teams)
- Develop and implement FM operational business plans and budgets (evaluate commercial impact of decisions; analyse implications of improvements; address FM function budget variances)
- Procure FM-related goods and services and manage FM supplier and/or contract performance, driving through efficiency and value for money in the supply chain (evaluate effectiveness of procurement arrangements; evaluate supplier proposals; agree contracts; monitor contracts; manage supplier performance)
- Develop and evaluate a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) plan aligned with the corporate FM strategy (evaluate social, economic, environmental & ethical responsibilities; implement & evaluate CSR plan; promote CSR activities; encourage innovation in CSR in FM function)
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