- Other Location: England - United Kingdom
- Duration: 1 Day
''Cost effective ways to reduce energy bills''
Energy management provides practical and cost effective ways to tackle rising energy costs and the threat of global warming and the FM plays a central role in implementing sustainable solutions to achieve better performing buildings. How do you get an energy efficiency campaign rolling? What specific measures can you implement? How do you measure your energy performance and has it actually improved? Improved energy performance can also result in positive recognition for the FM, through innovative cost savings and support of key social issues.
This course combined with Energy Legislation provides tuition for BIFM Level 4 qualification unit FM4.20 and BIFM Level 5 qualification unit FM5.20
>An overview of energy legislation
>Developing an energy policy
>Introducing an energy efficiency campaign
>No-cost & low-cost measures for buildings
>Integrating measures into the building
>Implementing energy saving measures
>Using building log books
>EPBD, asset ratings & operational ratings
>Measuring energy performanceUpdated on 08 November, 2018
We are proud of the quality of our training and have a number of quality control procedures to ensure best practice across the range of our training and consultancy services. We are equally proud of our highly responsive approach to administration.
The courses are based on many years of ‘hands on’ management experience in the topic areas concerned which have then been mapped against the BIFM’s FM competences. The content [which is regularly updated] comprises a unique blend of theory and practical guidance and advice.
Our highly professional and qualified Trainer Team has been recruited and nurtured over many years. The team is made up of practising managers and consultants selected for their expertise and presentation skills, a number of whom are routinely consulted when new legislation is drafted.See all Quadrilect courses