Our delivery model:
For Quadrilect Ltd's study programme please click the following link - BIFM Level 5 Qualifications in FM flyer. (Please allow a few seconds for the 2 page document to load)
For facilities managers at middle management level who have considerable experience and responsibility for more specialised and complex functions. They develop the ability to identify and use relevant understanding, methods and skills to address complex problems. They will support you in being able to take on the responsibility for planning and delivering solutions, exercising autonomy and judgement in your area, and will develop your specialised knowledge further so that you can approach your role with independent and critical thinking to deliver the best results.
Not sure if this is the correct level for you? Download our career pathway flyer or view the difference between Level 5 & Level 6 Qualifications.
The BIFM (British Institute of Facilities Management) is the professional body for facilities management [FM] in the UK. Founded in 1993, the Institute represents and promotes the interest of nearly 17,000 members and the wider FM community. We are a BIFM recognised Centre for the delivery of their level 5 qualifications.
Our delivery is based on face to face day courses followed by written assignments. You will also have access to an online resource platform while you write the assessments.
Level 5 Award: one 3-day course (‘The FM Business School’) followed by 2 written assignments
Level 5 Certificate: at least 2 different courses including the above 3-day course, followed by at least 4 written assignments
Level 5 Diploma: at least 6 different courses including the above 3-day course, followed by at least 7 written assignments
The level 5 assessments have a focus on operational level facilities management and mainly require you to explain FM concepts and processes and the rationale behind them, including the wider implications of FM.Click here for more information about units specifications and tuition.
After you have attended the course, the time you take to complete the assessments depends very much on your input and on the quality of your work. As far as the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) is concerned, one credit equals 10 hours of learning and so the Total Qualification Time (TQT) is roughly 120 hours for the Award, 240 hours for the Certificate and 480 hours for the Diploma. We generally say that the Award takes 3 to 6 months to complete, the Certificate takes around a year to complete, the Diploma will take you a good 18 months to complete.
Starting costs are as follows. Total costs will depend on the units you choose and on whether you need accommodation during the course.
Award: £1510 + VAT
Certificate: £2830 + VAT
Diploma: £5479 + VAT
Click the following links for more information about units and costs. - Level 5 Flyer
Note the Diploma is an intensive programme of study which can take a long time to achieve. We recommend you start with the Award or the Certificate in the first instance, however this is only a suggestion. You do not need to complete the full Diploma in order to progress to the next level.
To register on a level 5 qualification, please send us your CV and information about your current role for review. We will then send you the relevant application form and create a study plan for you.
For more information on the BIFM Level 5 Qualifications in FM as set out by the Awarding Organisation please follow www.bifm.org.uk/bifm/careerdevelopment/newbifmqualificationnetwork/level5.