IT Sligo in formal collaboration with the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland (SCSI) are delighted to launch Ireland’s first online part time Higher Certificate in Property Services and Facilities Management. As a result of recent regulation in the property sector, this programme addresses a national skills deficit and enables graduates apply to the Property Services Regulatory Authority (PRSA) to be granted A, B, C and D licenses.
The course is designed to equip students with knowledge of all factors affecting the property and facilities management profession. Students will develop a keen understanding of the marketplace and a skillset that will enable them to influence and adapt to changes in the property market as they arise.
Graduates will also be able to ensure that the property and facilities management profession remains proactive to the fast-paced changing environment in which it operates. Graduates will leave with a high degree of professional competence and will have well developed analytical, critical, judgemental and communication skills
The programme is delivered part-time online over two stages.
Stage one of the programme consists of six taught modules and a Work Based Learning module delivered over one academic year (September to May). The taught modules examine key aspects relating to Facilities Management. Work Based Learning (WBL) is a key component of the programme and accounts for 25 credits. The purpose of the WBL module is to enable students to demonstrate the ability to apply their learning on an on-going basis throughout the year in the context of the academic content delivered on the programme.
Stage two of the programme consists of six taught modules and a 25 credit Work Based Learning module delivered over one academic year (September to May). The taught modules examine key aspects relating to Property Services.
Key Course Information
Application Closing Date : 24th September 2021
Level 5 qualification (e.g. leaving certificate) and currently in full time employment in a related role in industry. For candidates without level 5 qualifications, a process of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) can be undertaken to assess the candidates’ suitability to the course.
Graduates of the programme will typically be involved in facility management, property management (residential/commercial/retail), service providers to the industry or public sector employees involved in hospital/OPW/local authorities/social housing etc.
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Total Programme Fees:
Fees per annum:
Per 10 credit module:
Per 5 credit module:
|Principles Of Law||05|
|Services Procurement & Management||05|
|Introduction to Facilities Management and Environmental, Health And Safety.||05|
|Information Technology and Systems Administration||05|
|Work Based Learning - Facilities Management||25|
|Construction Technology and Maintenance||10|
|Financial Management and Controls||05|
|Property & Company Law and Arbitration||05|
|Introduction to Property Services||05|
|Work Based Learning - Property Services||25|
|Economics of Property||05|
|Commercial Property Management||05|