Property and Asset Management Skills - ILM Certificate

Organisation profile

Winner of several awards in technology and learning since our foundation in 1991 Irish clients include Arup, PM Group, Kirby Group, Williaam Cox and Lisneys as well as many Local Authorities, Government Departments and Multinational Companies. 

Our part-time, in-company and full-time courses run from Levels 5 to 8 in Facilities Management, Project Management, Lighting Engineering, Property Management, Leadership, Health & Safety, Business and Finance. 

Training aim

To provide engineers with an internationally-recognised qualification in Property and Asset Management to improve their capacity to deliver their Facilities Management consultancy services.

Learning objectives

The Certificate in Property and Assets Management develops skills in purchasing, managing and developing a property portfolio. It gives an insight to key technical, legal and management issues, as well as financial planning and investment.

Course outline

  1. Requirements of a property portfolio
  2. Benefits and disadvantages of tenancy and owner-occupation
  3. Legal issues and property law - overview
  4. Property management and maintenance
  5. Property surveys, registers, risks and record-keeping
  6. Modern Facilities Management

Trainer's profile

Patrick Ahern MRICS MSCS, Chartered Quantity Surveyor. Over 25 years experience in  estimating and quantity surveying on major construction projects in Ireland and the UK.

Michael O’Driscoll, BE, CEng, MIEI, CEng. Almost 20 years experience in companies such as John A Wood Ltd., Musgrave and Sorensen Construction.

Paul Tucker, BEng, BTec, MCIBSE, CEng.  Paul’s experience as an M&E engineering consultant on major projects in Ireland and the UK include OPW projects, Dunnes Stores and Ericssons.

Course duration

2 full days or four evenings

Assessment & certification

ILM Unit Certificate - achieved on satisfactory completion on an assignment.

Who should attend

Those who need to improve their knowledge of key issues in property - either for their own benefit of that of their clients.

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