Effective asset management and maintenance

1-day course: 18 September, 2017

Venue: Westgate Business District, 24 Preciziei Blvd., Building H5, Groundfloor

About the course:

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Course content:

The course will cover the following subjects:

• How to establish required maintenance standards;
• Auditing techniques;
• Assessing work requirements;
• Preparing documentation for tendering;
• Scheduling / controlling maintenance works.

All attendees will receive a Certificate of Attendance which is recognized under the BIFM Continuing Professional Development Framework.

How to attend

Please fill in the following form and sent it at office@rabo.org.ro, or call 021.403.41.20.


310 Euro+VAT for RABO Members

355 Euro+VAT for non-members

The course trainer:

Steve Gladwin
Director Nodus Solutions Limited
Trainer; Quadrilect; BIFM Training

Personal Profile

Steve Gladwin is a Director of Nodus Solutions Limited a privately owned Facility Management company based in the UK providing FM and Support Services Consultancy advice to a broad range of clients ranging from large multi-national listed entities to public sector bodies.

Actively involved in promoting and developing the FM industry, Steve is a regular guest speaker at conferences and has spoken at events around the world. He is also a trainer for BIFM Training, running courses on Asset and Maintenance Management, Collaborative Contracting, Contract Management, Change Management, Procurement, FM Strategy, Commercial Awareness and Performance Management.

Steve is Chairman of the British Institute of Facilities Management Excellence Awards as well as Chair of the BIFM International Special Interest Group.

Initially qualified as a Building Services Engineer, he is a Visiting Fellow at Sheffield Hallam University (Masters in FM Degree course) and holds a Masters of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of New South Wales (Australian Graduate School of Management).

He is a past Chairman of the Facilities Management Association, Australia and Global FM, a worldwide federation of national and international FM associations.