Learn best practices in facilities and maintenance management
A well-maintained property can enhance the “rentability” and “buy-ability” of assets. Conversely, one can become a victim of expensive repairs due to poor maintenance of facilities and buildings. To help property owners, building managers, hoteliers and administrators, the Center for Global Best Practices will host a two-day special training titled, Best Practices in Facilities and Maintenance Management, on Jan. 10 and 11, 2019 at the Manila Marriott Hotel, Pasay City.
The lecture is a presentation of the best practices on this topic that is applicable across different industries including manufacturing, hospitality, BPO centers, schools, real estate property development including malls, condominiums, subdivisions, industrial estates, multi-functional buildings, and complexes regardless of its type, size and existing condition. Attendees will learn all the best practices in world-class integrated facilities maintenance and management to help developers, building owners, property administrators, village/ condominium managers and heads of engineering to optimize operational efficiency in the maintenance and management of their buildings and facilities, reduce disruptions and costs, and improve compliance to pertinent codes, standards and regulatory statutes. This is also recommended for building planners, engineers, and architects who often neglect incorporating facility management in their design of buildings and other spaces for its intended purpose.
Listen and learn from internationally renowned book author on the topic, Efren Mañez, who will share his over 40 years of best practices experiences. His expertise and work engagements has brought him to many different parts of Southeast Asia and Dubai. Among his successful professional maintenance and construction project applications include landmarks and prominent structures such as the Brunei Grand Sultanate Palaces and its several VVIP Housings, Marco Polo Luxury Hotel, mixed-use commercial and BPO buildings, high-end office condominiums/ condotels, cultural center edifice and bank branches and assets.
This program is for those who want to cut the costs of faulty maintenance management. Registration is open to the general public. Government employees attending are exempted from the P2,000 limit set by COA based on Department of Budget and Management circular 563 issued on April 22, 2016. CGBP is also accredited by the Civil Service Training Institute. Public officials attending this training program will earn points for career advancement as required by the Civil Service Commission. Interested attendees are encouraged to avail of the early registration savings and group discounts.
Check www.cgbp.org for a complete list of best practices programs or call lines in Manila (+63 2) 842-7148/ 59 and (+63 2) 556-8968/ 69, in Baguio (+63 74) 423-2914, in Cebu (+63 32) 512-3106 or 07, or Legazpi City (+63 52) 736-0148.