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30 August 2016
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BIFM columns

Comment on issues in the world of facilities management from the BIFM

  • Important changes to the delivery of Apprenticeships in EnglandApprenticeships are government-funded, work-based training programmes for people aged 16 and over. The BIFM's Fraser Talbot details the institute's work with employer groups in developing new standards for apprenticeships in FM. 09 June 2016
  • Reaching across bordersMeeting with FM professionals and members, in both the UK and further afield is always the best part of my job, writes Lee Grant. 19 May 2016
  • EvolutionFM World has been a cornerstone of the Institute's offering for many years, having recently celebrated its 12th birthday and this is its 279th issue. It provides a range of news, analysis, case studies and insights to support the facilities management profession and the Institute's membership, writes James Sutton. 05 May 2016
  • A gold standard for FM excellenceThe BIFM Facilities Management Awards are always a highlight of the facilities management calendar and over the past few years we have been on a development journey to further enhance the Awards programme for the profession and to reflect the institute's new mission and strategic intent. 21 April 2016
  • Empowering people for a productive worldThis July the FM community will be celebrating World FM Day on 13 July. The theme will be 'Empowering people for a productive world', and will look at how facilities management enables different business disciplines to collaborate to deliver high-quality business performance. 07 April 2016
  • The productivity debate and FM's role in itWhen scouring the national headlines around the current debate on the 'productivity puzzle' we find next to no mention of the role of the workplace and facilities in delivering upon the productivity promise. 24 March 2016
  • Maximising our learning experiencesReturning to study after a period away can be daunting, especially when it is combined with work and personal commitments. Fraser Talbot provides guidance on how to choose the method of learning that's right for you. 10 March 2016
  • Turn and face the strange Changes (David Bowie)The FM sector will continue to be one of change and this certainly should not be feared but embraced, writes Peter Brogan. 25 February 2016
  • Working with the FM industryUBM's Heather Beach reflects on working with the facilities management profession and looks ahead to this year's Facilities Show. 28 January 2016
  • Is anything worth having without applying any effort?BIFM's Linda Hausmanis on #fmresolutions2016 and what facilities managers can do to develop skills in their career. 18 January 2016
  • Working towards our missionReflecting on the activities, achievements and challenges of this year, we've made strides forward in many areas and continue to lay the foundations to achieve even more over the coming years, writes BIFM CEO James Sutton. 03 December 2015
  • BIFM's International Special Interest GroupAre you a BIFM member based outside the UK? Based in the UK and have an international remit or interest in international FM? If so, the BIFM International Special Interest Group is for you, writes Neil Everitt. 19 November 2015
  • Emotional researchDuring the past few months I have been undertaking qualitative research into the tangible as well as the intangible benefits of achieving one of BIFM's qualifications, writes BIFM's Linda Hausmanis. 02 November 2015
  • Celebrate FMThe calibre of the entries from the BIFM Awards shows that FM has much to celebrate - it makes a difference to business every day, writes BIFM CEO James Sutton. 22 October 2015
  • Move out of your comfort zoneBIFM events are not gatherings of pushy sales people, but an excellent means to talk to and get to know fellow FM professionals, who hold a great range of roles within the industry, writes Mark Whitakker. 08 October 2015
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