As a Building Manager, there are many lifestyle benefits when choosing this type of profession, making it a rewarding career for many. But there can also be a lot of unexpected occurrences which our building manager training can help you with.
At TFM, we provide building manager training throughout Canada, including training courses in ‘Maintenance for Building Managers’. Although people skills clearly go a long way when choosing this career path, added training will better help you manage your time and aid in the implementation of the wide variety of tasks that come with the job.
What Does a Building Manager Do?
If you have recently started looking at becoming a Building Manager, understanding what a Building Manager does is an important part of knowing if this is the right job for you.
As a Building Manager, you will handle everything from cleaning out apartments that have been vacated to changing door locks, to minor landscaping maintenance or the coordination of such things, as well as plumbing maintenance and building repairs.
Although it is unlikely you will be expected to do the repairs yourself, you will be in charge of managing contractors, ordering parts, and overseeing all the goings-on within the building that you are managing.
What Are the Benefits of Being a Building Manager?
Often people choose a career path as a Building Manager for the lifestyle. Although it comes with a lot of responsibility, it also comes with a lot of freedom, it isn’t an office job, and you have the opportunity to work with a variety of individuals helping to maintain the very same property you call home.
As well, it often comes with free accommodations on top of regular pay – which, let’s face it, in the Lower Mainland “free rent” is highly appealing in an area where rent is an enormous expense.
At TFM, we provide various types of training throughout Canada, which includes:
- 5th Class Power Engineer
- 4th Class Power Engineer
- Refrigeration Plant Operator
- Boiler Basic Safety Awareness
- Refrigeration Basic Safety Awareness
- Boiler Plant Operation and Safety
- Refrigeration Plant Operation and Safety
- Maintenance Leadership Development
- Maintenance for Building Managers
- Plant Administration-Best Practices