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Name of Course / Module :FACILITIES MANAGEMENT 1

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Course Code: BCF 10203

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Name(s) of Academic Staff : CHE NAJAH BINTI CHE NOH

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Rationale for the inclusion of the course/module in the programme:
Disipline core for Bachelor Of Engineering Technology (Hons) in Facility Management

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Semester and Year Offered: Semester 1 / Year 1
Total Student
Learning Time
(SLT)

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L = Lecture
T = Tutorial
P = Practical
A = Assessment

Dependent
Learning
L

P

T

A

28

23

0

6

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Credit Value - 3

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Prerequisite (if any) – Tiada

Independent Learning

Total SLT

63

120

Objective :
1. To introduce concepts and approaches in managing the assets and facilities of the organization.
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To explain strategies in management process to make sure the works deliver with quality services
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to improve business performances.
3. To introduce the standard procedure and policy in facilities management.
Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this course, students should be able to :

1. apply the fundamental concepts and approaches in managing the assets and facilities of the
organization.(C3)
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2. adopt responsibility with respect to the organization through complying with the standard
procedure and policy in facilities management. (A3)

3. demonstrate entrepreneurship skill through understanding of facilities management priciples
and business strategy.(C3, A3)

Transferable Skills:

a.
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Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills

Assessment through Quiz, Test, Case Study, presentation
(Refer to the matrix CLO vs PLO)

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2 . Student centered Assessment Strategy: The course assessment carried out in Coursework Assessment (CA) and Final Examination Assessment (FE) Synopsis 13 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT course provide students the knowledge on the concepts and approaches in managing the organization asset and facilities. Students also exposed to the management process in developing plan and strategies to deliver and sustain quality services by applying appropriate management tools. Outcomes Based Learning (OBL) b.Teaching-Learning and Assessment Strategy: 12 Teaching and Learning Strategy: a.

Quiz and Test C3 √ Interactive Lecture. Discussion and presentation / Work Based Learning Matrix CLO VS PLO Cour se Lear ning Outc ome (CLO ) 1 2 14 3 apply the fundamental concepts and approaches in managing the assets and facilities of the organization adopt responsibility with respect to the organization through complying with the standard procedure and policy in facilities management) Com plian ce to PLO Reco mme nded Deliv ery Meth ods Assessment PLO 1 PLO 2 PLO 3 PLO 4 PLO 5 PLO 6 PLO 7 LD1 LD4 LD4 LD4 LD1 LD9 LD3 PLO 8 LD5 PLO 9 LD8 PLO 10 LD7 PLO 11 LD2 PLO 12 LD6 √ Tutorial. Discussion and Presentation A3 demonstratee ntrepreneurshipskill through understandding of facilities management priciples and business strategy. √ A3 C3 3 Quiz and Case Study .Mode of Delivery Interactive Lecture.

Coursework assessments mark comprises the knowledge and practical marks ONLY. For merged topics. .Assessment Methods and Types a. lecturers have the options of choosing the preferred topic (s). practical skills and generic skills are carried out in the form of continuous assessment. FM Topic 2 : Develop # refers to the quantity of assessment. √  √  √  √ Remark Topic 1 : Introduc √ - *(#) - tion to Refers to the CLO to be assessed through the indicated assessment task. demonstrate entrepreneurshipskill through understanding of facilities management priciples and business strategy. Final Examination Assessment (FE) . i. It does not include the marks of generic skill. ing strategi es Topic 3 : Policy  and Proced 4 Indicates the topic(s) to be covered under the assigned/identified assessment tasks. ASSESSMENT SPECIFICATION TABLE (AST) COURS ASSESSMENT METHODS FOR COURSEWORK (CA) TOPICS E Test Quiz Presentatio n Mini project *(2) 40% *(2) 20% *(1) 20% *(1) 20% LEARNI NG 15 1 2 3 4 5 OUTCO 6 MES (CLO) apply the fundamental concepts and approaches in managing the assets and facilities of the organization adopt responsibility with respect to the organization through complying with the standard procedure and policy in facilities management. Coursework (CA) .50% Coursework assessments that measures knowledge. Test ( 2 ) Quiz (2 ) Mini Project (1) Presentation (1) 40% 20% 20% 20% a. ii. iv.50% Final examination is carried out at the end of the semester. iii.

The relation between course and programme aims can be seen through the following matrices: a.4 (a)) Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Learning Outcomes 17 Matrixs Courses vs PLO (refer table 1.1. Courses vs Programme Learning Outcome (PLO) (refer table 1.1. Programme Educational Objective (PEO) vs Programme Learning Outcome (PLO).Mapping of the course/module to the Programme Aims 16 There is no one-to-one mapping available.4 (a)) 5 . (refer table 1.1.4 (b)) b.

3 Strategy implimentation 3.18 Content outline of the course/module and the SLT per topic COURSE L P T OUTLINES 1.2 analysis of facilities requirement 3.0 DEVELOPING STRATEGIES 3.1 Defining facilities 2.3 Management Structure 3.3 Facilities Management Function FACILITIES AND CORE BUSINESS A IL 2 0 2 2 0 2 TOTAL MANAGEMENT 2.1 Policy and procedures for inhouse provision 5.1 Policy and procedure for 6 63 120 .0 FACILITIES MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW 1.2 Facilities and Coorporate Plan 2.1 Strategy of facilities 10 Management 0 8 3.4 Relationship between client organisation and service provider 4.0 1.1 Scope of Facilities Management 2.0 POLICY AND PROCEDURE OF OUTSOURCING 5.0 6 POLICY AND PROCEDURE FOR IN-HOUSE PROVISION 4 0 6 6 0 3 4.2 Development of Facilities Management 1.

Lapides. Oxford Blackwell 20 Other additional information . (2006). Adrian Brooks. Paul D. : Wiley-Blackwell Additional references supporting the course: Rondeau Edmond P. Robert Kevin Brown. Total facilities management / Brian Atkin.None 7 . Andrian Brooks. Rondeau. U. Facility management Edmond P. Total facilities management Brian Atkin.K. Brian (2009). Hoboken John Wiley & Sons Atkin Brian (2005).19 Main references supporting the course: Atkin. Chichester.