Mosanada has been awarded Recognised Training Centre status by the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM). This accreditation will enable Mosanada to deliver Facilities Management Training to selected staff and clients, which will result in the issuance of an industry recognised FM qualification on completion of the course.
BIFM is the professional body for Facilities Management (FM) in the United Kingdom. Founded in 1993, BIFM’s focus is to promote excellence in facilities management for the benefit of practitioners, the economy and society as a whole. Supporting and representing over 14,500 members around the world, both individual FM professionals and organisations benefit from BIFM’s qualifications and training syllabus. BIFM’s primary focus is to embed professional standards in facilities management and they are committed to advancing the profession to ensure Facilities Management practitioners perform to the best of their ability.
Mosanada is a provider of end-to-end property services to the Aspire Zone and Qatar Olympic Committee, delivering hard and soft FM services to prestigious sporting venues throughout the State of Qatar. One of Mosanada's key objectives is to attract and retain the right people to support the growth of the company. To achieve this Mosanada is committed to developing its in-house training capability whilst working with external training providers to create a company that has a reputation for excelling in the provision of FM services. To support this objective Mosanada has achieved BIFM Recognised Centre status for training, and now has the in-house capability to deliver levels 2 and 3 (supervisor level) qualifications internally and also mentor staff up to level 7 (Senior Management appointments). Mark Cooke, Chief Operating Officer at Mosanada stated: “Gaining this accreditation is a significant milestone for Mosanada, as it gives staff the opportunity to progress their career within the business against a structured internaly recognised framework. In addition, clients know they are dealing with a professional entity that can support their own graduate FM Engineers to become qualified using the latest industry standards”.
Linda Hausmanis, Head of Professional Standards and Education at BIFM, said: “Investing in people is essential to the growth of any organisation and BIFM’s long-standing commitment to engaging with employers to develop meaningful and relevant standards for the facilities management profession is clearly demonstrated through partnerships such as these. Mosanada is now amongst the growing number of internationally recognised employers committed to raising the level of skills and knowledge development amongst their employees. Employers like Mosanada are staying ahead in this progressive industry by delivering qualifications and assessments relevant to their working environment, and additionally, building a sustainable and flexible workforce which can deliver innovation and value to their clients.”