Ensure you know how to plan, manage and use the property you are responsible for with this 8 module, self-managed and flexible distance learning course
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Falconbury’s 8 Module Effective Facilities and Property Management online course covers all aspects of facilities and property administration. It highlights best practice in the field: from budget and cost control, accommodation planning, acquisition, building works and condition surveys through dilapidations, health and safety and insurance to maintenance, outsourcing, privity of contract, rating, security, under-letting, VAT and zoning. It also covers the latest legislation covering energy consumption and reductions, waste and environmental issues.
|Effective Facilities and Property Management|
|MODULE 1: Acquisition of a Property and Types of Contract|
|MODULE 2: Tenancy Agreements - Obligations and Termination|
|Use and user clause|
|Variation of orders/lease|
|Option to break|
|MODULE 3: Landlord’s Rights and Duties|
|Landlord’s rights and duties|
|VAT on rent|
|Upwards only rent review (UORR)|
|Privity of Contract|
|MODULE 4: Making the Most of Your Property - Planning and Use|
|MODULE 5: Security and Maintenance|
|Repairs and redecoration|
|MODULE 6: Health and Safety, Homeworking and Discrimination|
|Health and safety|
|Insurance and incident reporting|
|MODULE 7: Environmental Challenges and Risk Management|
|MODULE 8: Budgets, Costings and Keeping Records|
|Marriages of interests|
|Keeping property records|
Participants are invited to undertake a final assessment in the form of an online multiple-choice paper. A pass rate of 80% and above is required to ensure that a high level of competency has been achieved within the subject area, where upon you will receive a ‘Certificate of Excellence’.
David M Martin, FCIS, FCIPD, FIoD, has been Assistant Secretary of two public companies, Scaffolding Great Britain and Gaskell & Chambers, where he was directly involved in property and contractual matters as well as personnel and corporate administration. He was subsequently appointed Secretary and then Director and Secretary of one of the top 250 listed PLCs where he remained for nearly ten years.
David was responsible for a range of disciplines – including property and insurance as well as statutory and legal requirements and corporate/internal communications. The property portfolio comprised over 400 units including retail, manufacturing, warehousing and domestic premises
Following a takeover, he founded his own business consultancy – Buddenbrook – in 1985. Buddenbrook carries out various projects for a range of clients, large and small, including conducting property negotiations, acquisitions and disposals, rent reviews and renewals etc.
David is also an employer’s representative for the panel of members for the Employment Tribunals and a member of one of the Registrar of Companies committees. He speaks at around 90 seminars each year and is author of around 40 business books. A fifth edition of his title The Company Director’s Desktop Guide and a second edition of his The A-Z of Employment Practice are available from Thorogood.
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