Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services Principles
This entry-level qualification in Facilities Management has been designed to help you develop your ability to recall and apply relevant knowledge, ideas, skills and procedures to a live facilities management environment. The programme focuses on the complexities of a facilities management role and prepares you for a variety of well-defined tasks.
The Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services will enable you to fulfil facilities management tasks and responsibilities with autonomy and confidence. The course assessment tasks are work-related, reflecting live business projects and activities, which brings a real benefit to both individuals and organisations. This competency qualification is assessed against clear learning outcomes and assessment criteria which set out the knowledge and skills needed.
Suitability – Who should attend?
The Level 2 Certificate in Facilities Services qualification is suitable for school leavers and younger individuals who are new to the facilities management industry or have an interest in a facilities management career. This qualification provides an excellent starting ground for a career in facilities management.
Flexible study options
You can choose to study this course in a variety of formats, including face-to-face, evening classes, distance learning and online learning.
Outcome / Qualification
Successful learners who complete all training requirements at one of IBS recognised centres receive a Certificate in Facilities Services at Level 2.
Training Course Content
To be qualified at QCF Level 2 and receive an IBS Certificate in Facilities Services, learners are required to complete a minimum of 20 credits. A learner needs to complete 2 mandatory units (7 credits).
- Reduce risks to health and safety in the workplace: 3
- Promote and maintain service delivery: 4
For the remaining credits, a learner can choose optional units from the following suites:
|Level 2||Award, Certificate & Diploma|
|L201||Health & Safety control measures at FM workplace||3|
|L202||Maintain and promote support services delivery in FM||4|
|Group A||Choose between|
|L203||Customer relationship development||6|
|L204||Contribute to the effectiveness and efficiency of premises||4|
|Group B||Choose units combined value of 13 credits|
|L205||Support the work of the team and develop yourself||3|
|L206||Maintain the internal & external areas includes grounds of premises||3|
|L207||Safety and security in FM||3|
|L208||Working at heights in FM||3|
|L209||Maintain electrical and plumbing services in FM||4|
|L210||Regular repairs and maintenance||3|
|L211||Operate plant to maintain a good supply of water||4|
|L212||Deal with routine waste Deal none routine waste||8|
|L213||Deep cleaning equipment and Internal surface premises and facilities||7|
|L214||Introduction of equality in facilities management||2|
|L215||Support the coordination of an event||3|
|L216||Moving and transporting individuals within the healthcare environment||4|
|L217||Professional reception service||3|
|L219||Communicate effectively in the workplace||3|
|L220||Tools, devices, and equipment||0|
Entry requirement to achieve this qualification at one should be required;
- Minimum one-year experience in facilities and building assistance
- Minimum O-level or Secondary Certificate
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