Good Premises Management eLearning Course

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When you go to work, you probably take for granted that the lights will be on, the bins will be emptied and the air conditioning is working, right? It’s when those things aren’t right, and you walk into a dark, smelly, overly warm room that you’ll probably notice something is wrong. Unless you work in a sauna, obviously.

That stuff is called premises management, and if it’s your building, ultimately, you’re the one who has to know about it. There’s a framework of legislation and best practice to consider, so your business is both compliant and comfortable for those who work in it. Premises management is both functional and strategic - getting it right allows the business within to thrive.

By the end of this course, you'll be able to:

  • Recognise the features of excellent premises management
  • Create a successful premises-management strategy
  • Identify premises-management standards to ensure compliance

Why should I take this course?

If you own or operate a business, you need to ensure that your staff are comfortable and happy. Staying compliant with legislation will help keep them safe too. This course can help you get your premises-management strategy into such fantastic shape that you totally get taken for granted, but in a really, really good way

Date last updated
20 Minutes
Suitable Devices
  • PC
  • Phone
  • Tablet
Audio is Required
  • Yes
Includes Video
  • Yes
Downloadable Resources
  • Workbook
Completion Criteria
  • Visit all pages
Pass Mark
  • None
Course Technology
  • HTML5
  • SCORM 1.2
  • Closed Captions
  • English
Accreditation or Endorsements
  • CPD
Customisation Available
  • No

This course has a minimum of 25 learner registrations for us to provide a quotation.

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