Glasser’s research conducted way back in the 80’s already conclusively illustrates that we as humans learn in the following ways: People tend to remember: 10% of what we read 20% of what we hear 30% of what we see 50% of what we see and hear 70% of what we discuss 80% of what we [...]
As part of the HCFM's building maintenance module, the Academy takes students on a site visit to assess a four star green building. Watch the video to see what it is like to attend an site visit.
Two weeks ago I had the privilege of attending the HEFMA (Higher Education FM Association) conference in Richards Bay, which was hosted by Okkie Lombaard and his colleagues from the University of Zululand. The HEFMA conference is always a pleasant affair, well organised and with good content. The attendees are a particularly pleasant bunch and [...]
With all that has developed around university fees in recent days it is probably appropriate to address the matter from the Academy’s perspective. Study fees are a rather complex matter, fraught with all sorts of caveats as well as localised and historical issues that will take an independent Commission of Enquiry to do it justice. [...]
The Facilities Management industry in South Africa has grown significantly over the past 20 years. One area of specific interested to the team at A4FM is the measurement of the value added by FM at an organisation level. Over the past decade and more the European Facilities Management Network (EFMN) has done an amazing amount of [...]