September 20, 2022 at 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This is the third workshop in the Cultural Perspectives Training Workshop Series, facilitated by the Indigenous Perspectives Society.Register
Building Maintenance focuses on maintenance principles, practices and techniques for organizations of different size and complexity. This course will help new and experienced property and building managers, maintenance staff, and administrators communicate maintenance needs, understand maintenance terminology, and begin to develop a maintenance plan.
February 14, 2022 - May 9, 2022
$209 + GST
$139 + GST
Registration Start/End Date:
Registration closes February 28, 2022
I really enjoyed the topics covered in class. The information presented was easy to understand and covered all the elements to developing a maintenance plan for our facility. We are trying to get ahead of the maintenance by finalizing the plan and this course pointed us in the right direction.
Introduction to Maintenance | The Maintenance Core Principles | The Consequences of Deferred Maintenance | The Four Types of Maintenance Strategies | Seasonal Maintenance Schedules | The Parts of a Maintenance Plan | Maintenance Management Skills | Final Project
By the end of this course, successful participants will able to:
This course includes approximately 32 hours of content. It is recommended that you commit to studying for 3-4 hours a week in order to be done in 8 weeks. However, you will have up to 3 months to complete. You can progress at your own pace, log in to do assignments, and participate in forum discussions whenever when it’s convenient for you. Having said that, we do encourage you to stick to the posted weekly schedule so that most participants will be working on the same topic at roughly the same time.
Student Virtual Orientation Session: Join your facilitator and other students for a 1-hour virtual session. The date/time will be confirmed once the course has started. This is your opportunity to meet your instructor and fellow learners, discuss your unique goals, experience and background, as well as receive an orientation to the course content and requirements. We’ll also be sure to leave time to answer any questions you may have! Attendance at this session is not mandatory, but is highly encouraged to help give you a strong start. For those who are unable to attend, a recording of the session will be made available. Access instructions will be provided after the course start date.
Some prior knowledge of Operations and Maintenance would be helpful. Completion of Asset Management Foundations is recommended, but not mandatory. As an online course, participants must have basic computer skills and have access to a computer with MS Office 2010 or later and a modern, safe browser. We recommend Chrome, however any updated browser will work. Templates used in this course may require MS Excel, MS Word and .pdf reader. This course is provided in English and requires reading and writing at a grade 8 level.
This the best Building Maintenance Course! I learned so much and it gets you ahead. I’m so glad I took it and I HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!
To register, click on the button above to login to our secure Registration site. Note: We require a unique email address for each course participant as our online learning system will not accept duplicate emails.
For further instructions, check out the Course Registration Information page.
Registrants will receive course access instructions from email@example.com one week prior to the course start date.
Register 3 or more people from the same organization for this course and your rate will be reduced to $109 each (+GST). This offer is for BCNPHA members only. To take advantage of this discounted rate, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information email:
Kate Nielsen – Education Lead