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VIRTUAL "INTERACTIVE" COURSE: MANAGING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS & PROPERTY RISK - MNT402 / INSTRUCTOR VELDA SIMPSON

May 21, 2020 8:30 AM to May 22, 2020 5:00 PM
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VIRTUAL TRAINING WITH LIVE INTERACTION


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VIRTUAL COURSE:

MANAGING MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS & PROPERTY RISK - MNT402 (Don't forget to select Atlanta, GA location when you click to register!)

INSTRUCTOR VELDA SIMPSON

 

MNT402

Managing Maintenance Operations and Property Risk

05/21 - 05/22  

 

EARLY BIRD PRICING ALERT! Register 30 days or more before your course to save $100.  Register on or before 4/21 to save !

 

Member and AMO Employee pricing (AMO employees please all 1-800-837-0706 to get your discount before 1/21/2020

$ 699.00

 

Regular Pricing

$ 745.00 - 845.00

Course Description

Get ready to exceed your client’s expectations. Once you’ve finished this course, you’ll have what it takes to create and oversee quality, proactive maintenance operations that will minimize unexpected expenses and reduce risk. Register today and take your place among the industry’s high level practitioners known for delivering optimum property performance and maximizing value for the owner.

  • Make a Plan. Learn to establish, execute and manage a preventive maintenance and risk management program, including budgetary considerations.
  • What do you See? Realize the importance of proactive inspections that preserve the owner’s investment, and discover how to implement appropriate risk management strategies that reduce the potential for loss.
  • Say What? Explore the ins and outs of major building equipment and systems. Speak knowledgably with maintenance personnel and contractors about how they work, what can go wrong, and guidelines and procedures to ensure proper maintenance and operation.
  • The Lowdown on Maintenance Operations Management. Should you use contract workers? What factors should you consider? Learn how to select, manage and oversee the work of contractors. And learn to view your property’s operations from a 30,000-ft. level.