• Who we are

    Facilities and Operations business school Provides actionable training, workforce education and learning experiences, design to meet the challenges of a continuously changing work environments.


    We are a a global organization that collaborates with commercial, industrial and educational institutions in workforce education, organization development and the transformation and re-engineering of the new work place


    The F & O b-school provides just in-time, targeted, flexible, ongoing skills development and performance consultation to meet individual learning needs and strategic objectives of the organization.


Available courses

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION COURSES

The physical environment is fourth on the list of HAI causes, according to the CDC. Hospitals must consider how they can improve the maintenance and management ...

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FACILITIES ASSET MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATION COURSES

The facility manager is responsible for setting up and scheduling inspection and task PMs for assets and equipment. When unscheduled breakdowns ...

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FOBS AMCP-400 INTRODUCTION TO FACILITIES MANAGEMENT

Program overview

This program is designed for facilities users to review facilities management principles, practices, and processes in order to identify improvements or changes that have the potential to confidently deliver the necessary total facilities readiness in the most efficient manner. 

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FOBS AMCP-534 Linking Organizations goals, with facilities investment strategy

Program overview

The purpose of this program is to provide the organization leadership with the training of how to link the organizations with facilities investments strategy. The ongoing cost for managing facilities asset and the replacement of old buildings and maintenance costs must include facilities managers on the table to make a business case for adequate budget allocation.

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FOBS AMCP-621 Life –Cycle stewardship of facilities and infrastructure decision making

Program Overview

Facilities Leaders need to make a Commitment to life –cycle stewardship of facilities and infrastructure decision making of the facilities portfolio.

Facilities organization needs to practice the use of life-cycle costing for all significant facilities investment decision making.

 Facilities & operations Departments is required to conduct Life-cycle cost analysis for a full range of facilities investments alternatives:

i.e.  [1] Staff equipment and technologies inherent to the alternatives

[2] Cost of the required funding of the presented alternatives

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FOBS AMCP-600 Leadership transformation of the decision making and outcomes

Program Overview

Transform decision making processes and outcomes thru leadership commitment at all levels of the organization is a leadership requirement for strategic performance. Its primary purpose is to develop a highly capable, forward-thinking leader who can execute the organization growth and innovation strategy

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FOBS AMCP -511 Alignment of organization facilities portfolio

Program Overview

The alignment of the organization facilities portfolio and to facilitate a more organized logical approach to decision making. This program is design for managers to use their practice when establishing a framework of procedures, that that requires information and validation. This program sets the criteria that will support decision making.

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FOBS AMCP -567 Managing Crisis and Emergency Situations

Program Overview

The new work environment is riddle with emergencies crises emergency situation and threats

As part of the new work order is for managers and supervisors to be trained to work under the conditions and to lead in making critical decisions on the go.

This program is design to develop and to sharpen the skills and to expand the knowledge base of the manager /supervisor in making decisions at the margin for organization success.


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FOBS AMCP-518 Creating a collaborative environment for facilities investment and decision making

Creating a collaborative environment for facilities investment and decision making

Program overview

This program is designed for facilities and operations users to review facilities management principles, practices and processes by identifying improvements and to make changes that have the potential to confidently deliver the necessary organization total facilities and operations readiness in the most efficient, safe and with the highest quality and standards of asset operations performance.

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FOBS AMCP-610 Linking organizations goals with facilities investment

Linking organizations goals with facilities investment

Program Overview

Using a facilities asset management approach to forge a direct link between organizations goals, facilities investment decision, and day to day operations.

Facilities decision makers to:

Focuses on a subset of corporate balance sheet that are physical in nature.

Enlarges the scope of asset management and to extend to non-capitalize assets such as leased space office equipment human resources

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FOBS AMCP-599 Business case analysis

Business case analysis

Program Overview

The purpose of this program is to provide facilities leadership the very needed and necessary tools in order to facilitate a more organized logical approach to decision making.

Business case analysis is fundamental to the secure of funding in the current highly competitive business environment with scarce resources.

Business case analysis: will teach to the strategies used by world class organizations in developing a successful justification in the request for funding for the maintenance and up keep of all facilities asset and in –fracture.

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FOBS OMFP-415 Quality principles and practices in facilities management and plant operations

Learning objectives

 

  • Action plans development for operations readiness critical to the success of services delivery.

§  Managing the flow of work in meeting customer needs

§  Develop systems thinking and new mental methods for emergency readiness

§  Asserting best practices in the daily work routine

§  Working in teams

§  Understanding technical management of equipment operations

§  Managing quality in daily operations and eliminating defects in the systems

§  Implementing quality control measurements as routine process

§  PLAN-DO-CHECK-ACT [PDCA] at all levels of the operations


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FOBS- FMCP-517 Best preventive maintenance practices in facilities maintenance

Program Overview

A continuous neglect for instituting a robust Preventive Maintenance plan, quality principles and Practices in maintaining all facilities equipment and facilities assets

Learning objectives

The most critical in facilities management is the maintenance of equipment and mechanical resources to facilitate continuous operations of buildings


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FOBS- FMPS-508 Facilities Condition Assessment

Program overview

 

The purpose of this program is for new managers, supervisors and technical personnel and home owners to have the basic tools the practical skills for an FCA program.

 

 FCA Computer programs is an enabler in the process. It provides 20%.  You and or your team will have to do the 80% of the work on the ground. You will need very accurate inspection information that is verifiable.

 

There is no longer a deep well were monies flow to compensate for irresponsible stewardship in managing facilities, equipment, In-fracture and its assets.

 

Facilities continue to deteriorate, backlog of deferred maintenance continue to increase and excess, underutilized, and obsolete facilities continue to consume limited resources and limits the organization to perform efficiently and effectively to compete for its market share

 


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