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25 July 2014 | Updated 01 January 1970
Westminster Kingsway College in central London is recognised as one of the leading providers of FM training and has been accredited with the national training quality standard as well as being a British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) recognised centre.

Over the last few years, the College’s Employer Training team has developed its experience in FM and is now working with a number of high profile clients in the sector. Westminster Kingsway College states it offers custom designed, work based training, apprenticeships, foundation degrees and accredited professional development programmes at either its dedicated training centre in central London, or in the workplace with the employer.

The BIFM Accredited Certificate in Facilities Management Level 4 is offered over nine months with only eight working days in the College to minimise disruption to your work schedules. The certificate enables the student to develop knowledge and/or specific skills.

The College also offers the BIFM Accredited Award in Facilities Management Level 4 via distance learning.

Ray Shilling, Head of Employer Training and Apprenticeships at Westminster Kingsway College, explained: “Our dedicated and expert team offers excellent training and bespoke courses for the facilities management and cleaning sectors. Westminster Kingsway College is working with FM industry partners and the sector skills council to give a new focus to professional training and development for the industry. We are able to provide industry expertise that complements the professional training that we provide in the FM sector.”


Pictured: Westminster Kingsway College offers a wide range of FM courses

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 25 July 2014


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