Managing director of Total Facilities Management Nigeria Limited, Nwando chukwurah, says facilities management (FM) in the country is on the downward train, stating that it is hindering critical national and private assets in the country.
She made the remarks at the signing of the partnership agreement with Max-Migokd Limited in Abuja.
The partnership agreement is geared towards ensuring that both organisations train Nigerians with required skills and knowledge needed to stand out as qualified facilities managers that will be recognised worldwide.
The managing director at the ceremony raised concern that many facilities in the country had experienced depreciation in value both those owned by government and private individuals due to lack of proper facility management, adding that their services is aimed at filling the gaps identified in managing facilities in the country.
She said: “The country has experienced so much loss in the value of facilities due to lack of facility management hence our activities is aimed at filling the gaps identified in managing these facilities within the country.”
In his earlier response, Paul Erubami, managing director, Max-Migold, explained that the partnership was aimed at bringing the FM skills to everyone, adding that the services were offered to both clients and other facility management companies.
He stressed that participants would be trained on Strategy for Facility Management, Facility Management Operations, Facility Maintenance Management, Workforce Productivity, Facility Management Masterclass, among others.