Training and development (facilities management)

Training is offered at different levels, for staff working at supervisory level to those in strategic managerial positions.

Training and development

Relevant training and qualifications are offered by several organisations including:

British Institute of Facilities Management

The British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) has qualifications in facilities management from levels 2 (for staff new into facilities management roles) to 7 (those staff working at strategic head of facilities roles). These are qualifications are available across the country and can be studied through different methods.

Postgraduate qualifications in facilities management are offered by a number of universities.

Find out more about BIFM qualifications and postgraduate qualifications in facilities management

City and Guilds

City and Guilds run level 3 programmes in facilities management practice, which you could take as part of an apprenticeship. Also available are a level 3 course in hospitality supervision and leadership and a level 4 course in hospitality management.

Find out more about City and Guilds qualifications

Institute of leadership and Management (ILM)

The ILM has a number of general leadership qualifications for different levels of management, including a level 3 qualification in facilities management.

Find out more about ILM qualifications

Pearson Qualifications

Relevant Pearson qualifications include:

Find out more about Pearson qualifications.

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