This training program aims to provide male and female trainees with the main knowledge, skills and behaviour’s that must be available to workers in this sector, and to train them on high and specialized skills to practice work in the field of asset and facilities management according to the EXPRO methodology, as it is an administrative and technical activity that includes tools and services that support the success of the operation, safety and sustainability of buildings and lands Spaces, infrastructure and real estate.
We expect that the participants, both male and female, will achieve the following results (God willing): Increase human well-being and maintain safety inside buildings. Asset and facilities management coordinates a number of activities that make buildings more effective and efficient.
It contributes to preserving assets and maximizing their value. Facilities management work often extends for long decades and is considered a continuous process due to the permanent buildings need for improvement processes. The facilities asset management process is seen as an integral part of the design, engineering, construction and operation process. In this training program, the focus is on transferring concepts And modern systems for managing assets, facilities and building units to ensure the continuity of this investment over the long term and to maximize returns from it by extending its operational period as much as possible by relying on effective modern administrative and technical systems, according to modern programs and scientific and practical approaches.
By the End of this Training Program, Each Trainee, God willing, will be able to:
Our training is an industry, not a hobby, as this training program is based on a set of interactive activities, group and individual exercises, case studies and discussions, in addition to presenting the latest theories and methods of thinking. The training environment will provide the necessary support to encourage individuals, of all levels of experience, to share the curricula they are currently using as well as experiment with the new curricula that they will be introduced to during this training program.
The trainer will be on hand to answer any questions that a trainee may have, and will play a supportive role in building and implementing new curricula.
Our aim is to give the trainees who have attended this course a sense of the great value that this combination of learning styles and styles offers.
The Impact of Training on the Organization /Company/Municipality/Authority
Attendance of employees to this training program will bring the following benefits to the Organization /Company/Municipality/Authority:
• Raise the operational efficiency of the facilities they manage
• Learn the most important skills of the professional asset manager & facility manager by examining the experiences of others.
• Provide practical examples of best practices and well-documented failures to maximize the chances of success in the implementation of Asset and Facilities Management.
• Gaining the skills and confidence to deal with the high-level organization of the asset and facilities management work and applying the EXPRO methodology and the best international and regional standards.
• Applying the requirements of the “Pillars of Sustainability of Spending Efficiency” program, according to the standards of the Expenditure Efficiency and Government Projects Authority (EXPRO).
• Applying work procedures and models and guides of the Efficiency Spending Authority and Government Projects (EXPRO) since the first planning stage, the design concept preparation stage, the detailed design stage, as well as during the bidding of competitions in construction work, implementation of construction work, and in the trial operation and final handover stage, with the aim of achieving the best results from work Operation and maintenance during the life cycle of an asset on new construction or renovation projects.
The Effect of Training on the Trainee
In this training program, your team members will learn and have the opportunity to practice techniques to:
• Transformation from the concept of operation and maintenance to the application of the concept of comprehensive management of assets and facilities
• Definition of assets and their types
• Learn about the asset life cycle
• Identify the activity of life cycle costs in assets and facilities
• Identify the basic capabilities of asset management
• Get acquainted with the asset register
• Learn how to assess the condition of assets
• Familiarity with the computerized system of asset management
• The importance of financial planning for asset management
• How to calculate asset life cycle cost (LCC)
• Performance monitoring methods and indicators
• Supporting the productivity of establishments by reducing operating costs
• Understanding of facility risk management principles
• Mitigating the environmental impact
• Promote sustainable cost management tactics over the long term
• Take advantage of technological solutions
• Ensure compliance
• Understand and plan the maintenance of devices and equipment and prepare schedules and controls required to manage the maintenance of devices and equipment during operation.
• Understanding of plant and equipment maintenance, planning, schedules and work control methods required to manage plant and equipment maintenance during downtime.
• Evaluation of how the machine and equipment maintenance management system, which operates using the computer, contributes to enhancing and supporting real-time information for planning maintenance of equipment, equipment and integrated systems effectively and preparing schedules and control systems effectively.
• Assessment of the necessary operational requirements for a computerized hardware and equipment maintenance management system.
• Evaluation and development of the most advanced machinery and mechanical equipment (air conditioning systems) maintenance strategy and the necessary procedures for maximum utilization of spare parts and how specialized computerized systems contribute to facilitating these activities.
• Raise the level of security facilities.
(Themes) Program of the First Day:
• Pre-test to determine the level of the trainees before the start of the training program.
• Definition of the National Guide to Asset and Facilities Management and its seventeen volumes.
• The three objectives of the National Guide to Asset and Facilities Management
• Challenges facing us in applying EXPRO standards
• The three axes on which the national guide was designed
• Tasks of the business control team
• Asset life cycle procedures
• Activity life cycle costs in assets and facilities
• Basic capabilities of asset management
• Asset register
• Evaluate the condition of the assets
• Computerized asset management system
• Financial planning for asset management
• Calculating the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) of assets
• Monitor performance and indicators
• Overview of facility management.
• Definition of facilities management.
• The role of facilities management
• Professional facilities manager skills
• The role, responsibilities and job duties of the facilities manager.
• Main activities of facility management.
Challenges and risks.
• The field of asset and facility management
• Transition from operation and maintenance to facility management
• Relationship between Communications Center, Asset Management and Facilities Management
• Facilities management towards a sustainable methodology
• The relationship between facilities management and city management
Program of the Second Day:
• Professional advancement in maintenance management
• The relationship between maintenance management and sustainability
• Strategic planning of facilities.
• Maintain local services versus outsourcing.
• Strategic options for facility management.
• Outsourcing of facility functions.
• Selection of suppliers.
• Service level agreements.
• Utilities sites.
• Site standards considerations.
Program of the Third Day:
• Facilities management and planning
• Facilities management and design.
Building Management System BMS (Building Management system)
• Design requirements and planning.
• Methodologies for future planning.
• Closed plan methodology.
• Open plan methodology.
• Consideration of spaces and furniture.
• Relationship graph. Bubble chart.
• Site and campus planning.
• Facilities management and its relationship to property management
• FMIS facilities.
Program of the Fourth Day:
Operation and maintenance management.
• Emergency maintenance.
• Corrective maintenance.
• Preventive maintenance.
• Predictive maintenance.
• Security of Facilities.
• Manage large Facility functions.
• Define large utility functions.
• Segmentation of the “WBS” work structure.
• Develop Schedule.
• Gantt Chart.
• Resource Planning Electronic Facility management software
• Advantages of electronic facilities management software
• Environmental sustainability from the concept of facility management
Program of the Fifth Day:
• Asset and Facility Management Systems
• EAM (Enterprise Asset Management) SoftWare
• CMMS (A Computerized Maintenance Management System) SoftWare
• Methods and methods of managing assets and professional facilities
• International, regional and local bodies for the management of assets and facilities
• Efficiency Spending and Governmental Projects Authority EXPRO
• ISO Standards for AM ISO/TC 251 ISO 55000/1/2 Family of Standard
• ISO Standards for FM ISO/TC 267 ISO 40000/1/2 Family of Standard
• IAM (Asset Management Institute)
• WPiAM (World Partners in Asset Management)
• SMRP (Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals).
• IFMA (International Facilities Management Association)
• MEFMA (Middle East Facilities Management Association).
• RAMS (Reliability, Availability, Maintainability & Safety)
• Certificates related to technology (M&R Technologies),
Asset (Asset / System Level), and organizations (Plant/Facility Level)
• Professional certificates that belong to people
• CMRP Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional from SMRP
• CMRT Certified Maintenance Reliability Technician from SMRP
o CAMA Certified Asset Management Assessor from WPiAM
o ASQ (American society for quality)
CRE Certified Reliability Engineer from ASQ
• IFMA Professional Certificate in Facilities Management
FMP Facility Management Professional from IFMA
• Certified Professional Facilities Manager
CFM Certified Facility Manager from IFMA
• Financial management of facilities.
• Evaluation of alternative plans. Arrangement of alternatives.
• Comparison using the method of weighting factors.
• Utilities budget.
• Facilities and cost management
• Common ratios and trend analyses.
• Capital budget assessments.
• Opportunities and challenges
• The topics covered in my book, which was published in 2020 and bears the name of Smart Cities, with permission from the Saudi Ministry of Information and indexing of the King Fahd National Library.
• Dedicate a copy of my book to those who attend the training program.
• Post-test to determine the level of trainers after the training program.
• Delivery of certificates of attendance to the trainees.
• Taking photos and a group photo of the training program.
Requirements & Tools, Necessary for Training
Devices and equipment in the event that the program is remote: A device connected to the Internet and the Zoom program
Materials for training exercises: There is an integrated training bag for the trainees
Others: The trainee’s guide for the training program, the worksheet for the training program
• This training program is intended for
• Main contractor and subcontractors
• Managers and officials in the Assets and Facilities Management
• Personnel working in the field of Asset and Facilities Management.
• Heads of departments in Facilities
• Maintenance Managers and Practitioners
• Operations Managers, Executives and Employees
• Engineering Students.
• Responsible for Maintenance in facilities.
• A person who wants to start ahead with the Establishment and Operation of Asset Management and Facilities.
• Those Wishing to Develop Work Systems and Procedures in their Units.
• Fresh Graduate Engineers