Course Details

This is a postgraduate certificate, internationally recognised as an advanced level of study and qualification for those wishing to enhance their existing qualifications and advance to more senior positions in facilities and workplace management.

Level 9 Certificate
Course Delivery Mode Start Date Duration
New – Postgraduate Certificate in Workplace & Facilities Management
Delivery Mode
Blended Learning
Start Date
7th October 2023
1 academic semester


The Postgraduate Certificate (PGC) in Facilities & Workplace Management sets out to develop the critical and practical skills which can be applied in the practice of facilities and operational management in a highly competitive global market place. Building upon the knowledge gained from undergraduate studies and/or experiential learning in the workplace, this postgraduate qualification is ideal if you are seeking an industry specific qualification, to enhance your existing qualifications, and add credibility to your knowledge and experience.

A flexible study option to balance work, study and life

This postgraduate certificate is designed to offer a level 9 qualification for those coming from a broad spectrum of degree programmes, such as business, finance and engineering. The blended learning delivery mode is a flexible study option for those seeking to fit learning around work and family. There is access to extensive learning resources and support materials through our virtual learning environment that enables students to choose the time and place most suited for them to study.

Cultivate strategic thinking

Cultivating strategic thinking is a core theme and the programme is taught from this perspective. Tutors are experienced industry leaders, ensuring the relevance of the content to the FM sector. Graduates can immediately implement their learning and make a positive impact to the success of their working environment.

Combine working full-time with study from anywhere

These modules have been designed by Portobello Institute for blended online learning so you can study from anywhere and in your own time. This online blended learning option gives mature students and those working or training full-time, the opportunity to access this masters degree qualification from anywhere in the world.

Accessible, affordable, achievable

There is an easy payment plan designed to make this degree affordable for you. These factors, together with the one to one tutorial support, offer you the opportunity to access a career in performance analysis, with a qualification that is accessible, affordable and achievable.

Here are some reasons to choose to study with Portobello:

  • Accelerated programme completing your qualification in four months, getting you out into the world of work faster.
  • Career focused qualifications – our courses lead to awards that offer you the opportunity of immediate employment upon graduation.
  • Notable university partners – our university partners are among the top-ranking universities in the UK offering you access to a qualification from a renowned university.
  • Realistic entry requirements – our entry requirements are reflective of the academic ability needed to successfully complete this course. These are clearly stated and remain static regardless of demand for places.
  • Individualised support – we fit your learning model with support available when you need it throughout your learning journey.
  • SMART assessments – we use a range of assessments for each module designed to support a broad range of learning styles, giving you the opportunity to excel.
  • Industry expert tutors – our tutors are all industry practitioners connecting research and theory with industry practice throughout their lectures.
  • Flexible delivery – we deliver theory sessions online whilst also recording the session simultaneously offering you a choice of when and how you learn.
  • Affordable payment options – all our courses offer you the option to choose an easy payment plan supporting you to spread the cost out over your learning journey.

Why should I study this course?

This PGC Facilities & Workplace Management provides a grounding in understanding the strategic components of facilities management, evaluating strategic direction and planning for effective implementation of the strategy selected. You will have the opportunity to learn from a range of experts in the field of facilities management to gain a postgraduate qualification and further your career as a leader in professional facilities management.

Build your career with a strong network of connections

Building a strong network of connections is essential as you advance your career to senior level. Portobello Institute has an established network of connections and we offer our students the opportunity to engage with those connections through live and online events run annually.

Choose to gain a level 9 qualification with flexibility to progress to Masters 

You may already hold a masters qualification in another discipline or are not yet ready to undertake a full masters programme. This postgraduate certificate is structured for completion over a 4 month period. The modules you will complete for the postgraduate certificate form part of the our MSc In Facilities and Workplace Management. You will have the opportunity to progress on to complete this masters should you chose or you may chose to graduate with a recognised industry specific postgraduate certificate.

This choice gives you flexibility to choose your learning journey to suit the demands of work and home life and to complete the MSC in Facilities Management at a later date.

The global facility management market is projected to grow from $1,260.36 billion in 2022 to $1,856.44 billion by 2029, at a CAGR of 5.7% in the forecast period... the opportunity is immense.

- Fortune Business Insights, June 2022.

Who will recognise my qualification?

Upon completing this level 9 programme, you will hold a Postgraduate Certificate in Facilities and Workplace Management awarded by London Metropolitan University (London Met). This post graduate certificate is mapped to the National Framework of Qualifications and aligns as a level 9 qualification.

Students are registered as postgraduate students of London Metropolitan University and will receive a student card confirming their student status.

Qualifications Frameworks in Ireland and the UK

The Irish and UK qualifications authorities have collaborated on initiatives that promote the transparency, recognition and mobility of qualifications between our respective jurisdictions. The qualifications authorities in the UK and Ireland have agreed the qualifications frameworks in operation, Brexit will not impact this agreement. Further guidance on this framework is available here.

Validated Agreement

One or more modules or the full course has been developed and delivered by Portobello Institute and has been evaluated and deemed by London Metropolitan university (London Met) to be of an equivalent standard and quality to that of its own provision, and therefore suitable to lead to one of its own awards.

What will I study during this New – Postgraduate Certificate in Facilities Management course?

This postgraduate programme is designed to encourage critical thinking leading to a strategic rather than operational mindset. Practical industry insights and presentations ensure that students relate theory to real-life work scenarios.

  • Project Management in Facilities Management

    Increasingly facilities managers are required to manage projects.  Facilities Management  workplace  projects  can  range  from  commission  new  work  areas,  implementing  new methods  for  work,  sustainability  programmes  or  reallocation  of  staff.    To  successfully execute  these  projects,  facilities  managers  need  to  set  out  an  approach  which  is structured to  complete  the  project.    This  module  provides  the  learner  with  the  core learning   and   knowledge   required   to   equip   them   projects   on   time   and   meeting expectations.   This   module uses the   Association   of   Project   Management   Body   of   Knowledge (APMBOK),   and  prepares learners   in   the capabilities  required  for  effective  project  management:  managing  resources,  time, people,  and  the  project  as  a  whole.  The  module  includes  both  the  use  of  computer programmes for project management and approaches to managing people and leading and motivating teams.

    Your Lecturer

    Tony O’Gorman

  • Strategic Management for the Workplace and Facilities Management

    Strategy  is  concerned  with  the  development,  success  and  failure  of  all types of organisations,  from  multinationals  to  entrepreneurial  start-ups, including charities  to government  agencies,  and  many others. Strategic  management constitutes  a  key element  of  all  professional  business and management  qualifications. The facilities managers role,  in  terms  of  strategy, is  different  from  other  aspects  of  management. Facilities  manager,  as  an operational  manager, is  required  to  deal  with  problems  of operational  control  in  the  workplace  and the monitoring of financial performance while maintaining a high level of internal customer service. Facilities managers spend most of their time involved in operational management.

    Operational  management,  and  managing  resources,  is  essential  for the  success  of strategy  but it  differs  greatly  from strategic  management. Strategic  management  is concerned  with the  large  amount  of complexity  within  the  workplace  which  have organisation wide implications. Facilities  managers  whom  are  used  to  managing  daily operations and resources are often challenged to understand the organisational overall strategy.   This module equips facilities leaders with the knowledge, skills and techniques required to  critically  analyse  contemporary  organisations  within  changing  environments both nationally and globally.

    This module sets out the key elements of strategic management using Fundamentals of Strategy. Learners will be able to formulate, evaluate and defend realistic and creative proposals for future strategic direction of the Facilities Management department; and to plan for the effective implementation of the workplace strategy selected.

    Your Lecturer

    Eoin O’Sullivan

  • Fundamentals of Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance Sustainability Innovation

    Core Module – 20 credits at Level 9

    The field of corporate social responsibility has practically transformed our world and reoriented the way organisations conduct and perceive their operational activities. Corporate managers, including facilities and those who represent organisations are always expected to behave ethically. Modern societies now expect that solutions to our social and environmental problems cannot only be the prerogative of nation governments, businesses of the 21st century have a lot to contribute when finding solutions to these problems.

    The demands modern stakeholders put before organisations have continued to increase; tomorrow’s managers need to know how to meet these demands. Some scholars have in fact argued that corporate social responsibility has drawn our attention to some of the excesses which globalisation has brought unto the corporate scene in the 21st century.

    We have seen some unacceptable practices which have accompanied globalisation and consequently made the job of CSR and what it advocates much more difficult. Many things have been made a lot more challenging for everyone because of this. We cannot ignore the adverse impacts of these excesses. There are several unacceptable practices in the form of injustices and human rights abuses, extreme poverty in several nation states both emerging and even some advanced nations, environmental degradation, some irresponsible and reckless practices by some corporate leaders and terrorism on a very large scale. In recent years, several social, economic and environmental problems have continued to cause concern to us all, for example; climate change, waste management and irresponsible use of our depletable resources just to mention a few.


    Your Lecturer

    Bernard MacOscair

Who will I learn from?

Programme Manager

Derek Fox

Derek Fox is a man whose experience spans many industries. He leads Portobello Institute’s MSc in Aviation Management and brings a wealth of experience to the role.

He has worked directly with companies such as Aer Lingus and the Dublin Aviation Authority, playing a key part in providing consultancy and strategic advice during an important transitional period for the airline.

He is a lead facilitator and director of DFLeap consulting and has previously worked as a senior specialist in the area of management, leadership and communications with the IMI (Irish Management Institute).

With over 30 years’ experience in learning design, management, coaching and development he has spent 15 years in a large multinational corporation and has worked in both business and academia across Europe, Asia, and America.

“I began my career as an Engineer but became passionately involved in Psychology in my twenties. This led me to work as a trainer/lecturer in leadership and management where I enjoy working with individuals and organisations to unlock their full potential.

“I have published a number of books including the popular ‘Discovering your Style and Dealing with Difficult People’ and am a regular contributor to business and press publications,” he said.

Derek is the program leader of our MSc in Aviation Management so students will get the chance to learn from him in key areas such as “understanding how to do a dissertation, what ethical research is, how to develop research questions and objectives, selecting appropriate methodologies to inform and address your answering of the research question and how to draw conclusions based on your primary research. Not to mention statistical analysis,” he said.

Derek is ambitious for his students and the opportunities Aviation Management can bring to their careers.

“We have students across multiple sectors of the aviation industry. Our aim is to reach aviation sectors like engineering, fleet management, fleet rentals, all that kind of stuff, on top of airlines and airport operations.


Qualifications Held

  • MSc Organisational Behaviour
  • MA Psychology
  • BA People Management
  • Level A and B Psychometrics
  • CiPD Certificate in Training Practice
  • Sports Psychology
  • Master Trainer Program

Personal Academic Tutor

Each student is assigned a personal academic tutor to support you throughout your learning journey. They are available to offer you telephone and email support at any time. You can arrange to meet them for further one to one guidance at a time convenient to you.

Many of our past graduates have found it is the opportunity to ask a simple question, seek direction and submit a draft of their assessment that supported them most to successful completion. Emailing your tutor at any stage during your programme to ask a query or submit a draft of your assessment supports you to achieve your personal best throughout your studies with Portobello.

This level of one to one support is a particular benefit to choosing Portobello as your Institute of choice to complete your studies.

Mariana Cabral Familiar

Position: Tutor

“Teaching from the heart is the way to touch the heart of the students, and this becomes magic that allows you to achieve wonderful things.”

About Mariana Cabral Familiar 

My name is Mariana, I am Mexican and I have been a psychologist and teacher for more than 12 years. Throughout my career, I have had the opportunity to work in different areas of psychology such as clinical psychology, special educational needs, and organisational psychology, and undoubtedly in which I found my vocation was education, so I decided to study for a master’s degree in teaching, which allowed me to improve my work as a teacher.  

Later, after working in various institutions, began to emerge in me a great interest in the study of the well-being of people, that’s when I started to explore the positive Psychology applied, and in 2017 I took flight and moved to Spain to study a master’s in Positive Psychology Applied, this exciting area of psychology is responsible for the study of the positive traits of people, positive experiences, human strengths, emotional education and flourishing, among others. This decision definitely changed my life, as it allowed me to acquire important tools and resources that have significantly enriched my practice as a teacher. In this process, I had the opportunity to be trained by professionals of international stature such as Rafael Bisquerra, Pablo Fernandez Berrocal, Marisa Salanova, Margarita Tarragona, among other outstanding researchers in the field of Positive Psychology.  

I am currently working on my doctoral thesis in the field of education, my degree project is a programme for the development of emotional competencies in teachers.

Mariana’s Teaching Philosophy

My path in teaching began more than 10 years ago, during which I have had the opportunity to work in different public and private institutions in face-to-face, b-learning and e-learning modalities, at high school, university and master’s levels. 

In my work as a teacher, it is fundamental that in each module the expected learning is achieved, but it is also very important that the teacher connects with the students and makes them see the great potential they have and above all that they feel supported, in this way the probability that they reach their goals is greater. 

My teaching approach is based on constructivist theory, I use students’ previous experiences and everyday examples for better assimilation of content and to achieve meaningful learning. In my teaching work, it is essential that students acquire the expected learning of each subject, and develop cognitive skills, but also develop emotional competencies. 

Nowadays, companies need staff with a solid academic background, however, there is another element that organisations are increasingly looking for in their collaborators, and that is emotional competencies, as it has been proven that they improve people’s performance and productivity, some of these competencies are: the ability to communicate effectively, to work collaboratively, to be resilient, creative, adaptable, empathetic, assertive, compassionate. As is evident, these competencies are not formally taught in most curricula. Personally, my teaching practice includes emotional education in a transversal way, ensuring that students are aware and interested in the subject and realise the importance of these competencies for their professional and personal well-being. 

There are two phrases that express my feelings about my work as a teacher: 

“Freedom is doing what you like, and liking what you do is happiness” 


“Choose a job you like, and you will never have to work a day in your life”  

Therefore, I am happy and I do what I am passionate about, dedicating myself to education.


  • Bachelor degree in Psychology 
  • Master in Teaching 
  • Master in Positive Psychology Applied 
  • PHD Education (Candidate)  

Research / Industry Participation 

  • Anorexia and bulimia, a proposal for an ERT-based intervention programme for teenagers.  
  • Emotional education programme for students at the University Jaume I 
  • Evaluation of an emotional education programme for Mexican teachers 

Dan Murphy

 Dan Murphy | Managing Director – Galway Bay Hotel | Guest Speaker to Facilities Management  Event Programs

Dan Murphy, guest speaker on our facilities management led special events & webinars , is the long-standing Managing Director of the high-profile Galway Bay Hotel. As a guest speaker on a number of our Facilities Management events, he gives wonderful industry insight and opportunity to our students.

Dan has a wealth of experience having held senior management roles in Four-star and Five-star hotels in the US and in Ireland. Throughout Dan’s early career days he gained very valuable Five-star experience in prestigious hotels such as Adare Manor and Ashford Castle. Following on from his graduation from MTU in the early ’90s Dan worked for 5 years with the Hilton Hotel group in North America working his way through the management ranks in the Chicago Hilton & Towers Hotel and the Waldorf Astoria in New York. On his return to Ireland in 1997 he took up a position of Operations Manager in the Rochestown Park Hotel in his hometown of Cork city before taking the role of General Manager in the Galway Bay Hotel in early 1999. Dan quickly settled into this hotel, making Galway city home and quickly establishing the Galway Bay Hotel as one of the leading 4-star hotels in the country. To date, Dan and his team have achieved more than 50 awards for the Galway Bay Hotel, including best Four-Star Hotel in Ireland on a number of occasions, Deloitte Best Managed Company, Best Employer in Galway this year and indeed the Irish Hospitality Institute Hotel Manager of the Year. However, Dan would say that his biggest achievements is guiding a thriving business through many crises such as 9/11, financial down turns, recessions, water crises, Covid pandemic and not only weathering the storm but ensuring a stronger and leaner business. Dan really enjoys interacting with people within our industry, learning and sharing his experiences inside and outside of the lecture theatre.



Sharon Malone

Sharon Malone | Marketing & Digital Media Manager | Guest Speaker to Facilities Management Events

Meet Sharon Malone, Environmentally focused and project managing, we are delighted to to have her as a guest Speaker to our numerous Facilities Management special events & webinars. Her wealth of industry insight is a great asset to our students.

Combining two of her passions, a love for County Clare and a strong interest in environmental sustainability, Sharon is very much at home in her role as Marketing & Digital Media Manager in The Falls Hotel & Spa in Ennis tymon.  Sharon has a degree in Marketing from Trinity College, and as the marketing environment evolved, she upskilled with a diploma in Digital Marketing.  Working for the family-owned hotel in North Clare means she can use these skills to promote the Falls Hotel and County Clare as a destination.

Sustainability is at the heart of all that The Falls Hotel does.  Sharon has headed up the Green Team in the hotel since early 2019.  One of the biggest sustainability projects they took on was to install a hydro electric turbine on the river running alongside the hotel.  A 220kilowatt hydro turbine was installed and when the river is in full flow, they get 100% of their electricity needs from the river, dramatically reduced their dependency on carbon fuels.  In March 2021, the property was certified as a carbon neutral property by, through Green Hospitality Ireland.  In a five year period, through many green initiatives, they reduced their carbon emmissions by approximately 90%.  The moment you arrive on to the 50 acre property, you are reducing your own carbon footprint!

Niamh Clonan

Niamh Clonan | Waste Management Expert | Guest Speaker to Facilities Management Events

Niamh Clonan is a Senior Account Manager at Thorntons Recycling, Ireland’s largest family-run waste company. She is responsible for managing a large account portfolio, including Government, Construction, Blue Chip and Multinational clients. We are delighted to have her as a guest speaker to numerous Facilities Management events and webinars. Her insights prove invaluable to our students.

A Graduate of the Marketing Institute of Ireland and with her extensive background in sales, account management, and waste management spanning over 20 years, Niamh brings invaluable expertise in serving diverse commercial sectors, including facility and property management.


How will I learn?

Delivery Mode

What is Online with Webinar Learning?

Online with Webinar Learning is a form of blended learning. It re-structures the content introducing online learning together with interactive webinars and one to one tutor support.  This mode of delivery includes contact tuition (by webinar) and web-based e-learning sessions. The e-learning platform is interactive including recorded sessions, webinars with weekly content and assigned tasks to themes and topics.

There are webinars held at regular intervals including the commencement of each module. Attendance is not mandatory but is encouraged for optimal learning. The webinars are designed to support students understand the requirements of the learning outcomes, the expectations of the assessment and meet their tutor for the module.

What is a webinar?

A webinar, in the context of online learning, is a lecturer delivering a presentation or class online to a group of students. We use specifically designed e-learning software so you can participate in the class just as if you were present in the same room. You can ask a question of the lecturer at any stage during the class.

Interactive break-out rooms

The software is designed with “break-out rooms” where you can discuss a topic or complete a group exercise with a smaller group from your class. You will need a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone that has internet connection, an audio facility so you can hear and speak during the class and a camera so your lecturer and fellow class participants can see you.

Secure online learning environment

The webinar is a secure online environment and only those permitted entry by the lecturer can gain access to the “classroom”. Webinars are recorded during each session and should you miss a session, you can catch up with the recorded session at a later date. You will only be able to access Webinars of the group you are assigned to.

Course Structure

This programme has been specifically developed for professional facilities managers seeking to balance study with home life and a busy career. The modules and work load is designed to be achievable with considerable support available from expert industry experienced tutors.

Many senior FMs undertake this programme and it is the peer to peer learning and support they enjoy the most – this is actively promoted so you build your network as well as your knowledge during this programme.

Three modules over 1 semester

This is an online with webinars course delivered over 4 months with supported webinars held during scheduled Saturdays – schedule TBC. This level 9 post graduate certificate programme consists of three modules delivered over one academic semester.

Interactive webinars

This programme has 3 * 1 day webinars designed to support the student complete the module, assessments and engage in live case studies with our experienced industry professional tutors. Webinars are held on a Saturday from 10am to 4pm.

Attendance at webinars is not mandatory but is encouraged for optimal learning outcomes.

Induction webinar

There is an induction webinar held at the start of the course. This is usually held on an evening before the first module. The Induction webinar is delivered with the purpose of introducing the module tutor, setting out the learning outcomes, content, the assessment strategy and expectations for skills/knowledge development for the programme.

Elearning portal

All of the course material is held on an e-learning portal which is an easy to use online platform specifically designed for online learning programmes. During the induction, students will be introduced to the platform with practical demonstration of how to use the portal and access lessons quickly and easily. To complete this course, students must have a basic knowledge of using a computer and searching the internet for research purposes.

Expert tutor support

The tutorial webinars held at the start and throughout each module introduce you to your tutor who will guide and support you throughout the module. These seminars lay out the module for you and support you to learn and acquire the skills you will need. The assessment and expectations for successful completion are covered in detail.

One to one support

Many of our past graduates have found it is the opportunity to ask a simple question, seek direction and submit a draft of their assessment that supported them most to successful completion.  You can email your tutor at any stage during the module to ask a simple query or submit a draft of your assessment. Our programme management team are always available to offer you telephone and email support and if you need to, you can arrange to meet them for further one to one guidance.

This level of one to one support is a particular benefit to choosing this mode of study. Portobello Institute has invested in a team of programme managers and tutors who are experienced in the field of facilities management as well as qualified and knowledgeable educators. They are available to assist you at every stage of this programme.

Broaden your professional network

Many graduates tell us they learn as much from each other as they do from tutors. Attending the webinars is key to meeting fellow students, engaging in discussion and exchanging ideas about facilities management.  Meeting fellow students gives you the opportunity to create your study network for the duration of your learning journey. This network can prove extremely useful afterwards during your professional career.


This post graduate Certificate  runs from 07/10/23 – 28/01/24.

Tutorial webinar/seminar held on allocated Saturdays, 10am – 4pm.

Webinars are recorded so you may review at a later stage if you are unable to attend the live sessions.

How will I be assessed?

SMART assessments – we use a range of assessments for each module designed to support a broad range of learning styles, giving you the opportunity to excel.

The primary aim of the varying assessment styles is to support you to demonstrate your knowledge of theory and practical as a result of a range of assessments.

We encourage you to reflect on your knowledge gain with a number of assignments designed to explore your learning journey.

All of these assessment methods are seeking to support you to combine theory with scenario-based learning and how to practically implement these methods into your everyday practice.


Course Delivery Mode
New – Postgraduate Certificate in Workplace & Facilities Management
Delivery Mode
Blended Learning
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Speak to an expert

Choosing a course that will lead you to your career of choice is a significant decision. Understanding the delivery modes, supports available, career opportunities and further study options are all key considerations when making your choice. Our course adviser team are experts in the courses Portobello offers, the employment prospects and possible progression routes to Masters programmes – they will guide you through the detail and support you with any queries you may have.

It is important you make the right choice for you and choose the Institute and course that will best suit your needs.

Your Consultant

Brandon McLean

I am Brandon McLean, the Corporate Admissions Manager here at the Portobello Institute and I can be contacted on 01 892 0035.

Education is a journey and the destination is a career that you love. I support the department that helps you to plan your journey so you can find the path that’s right for you. I have been with Portobello since 2018 and I love the elation that you can see on the face and hear in the voice of a student who talks through a complicated goal, who we can provide with a simple solution. When the conversation has finished and they can clearly see the path forward, I am thrilled. Education is a milestone in determining your future, and I cannot think of a better milestone to have a hand in.

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How do I apply?

Entry is by direct application to Portobello Institute.

There are entry criteria available to students with differing qualifications/experience levels and these are detailed below.

Students seeking to enter using previous educational qualifications must hold one of the following qualifications:

  • BSc (Hons) Facilities Management
  • BIFM/IWFM Level 6
  • Other Level 8 Degree holders with relevant experience in FM

Entry using Experiential Learning

Students may apply for entry to the MSc Facilities & Workplace Management using experience gained in the workplace in place of prior educational qualifications if they meet the eligibility criteria.

Applications are reviewed on a case by case basis with senior practical management knowledge a key criterion for entry via this route. Students will be advised of the best path of study for success, this may include an option of advanced entry on to the BSc (Hons) Facilities & Workplace Management

Our experienced course adviser team are available to support you with your programme choice. If you are unsure if this programme is right for you, please email your cv to [email protected] for further advice or call him on 01-8920035. We will support you to map your experience to date and any previous educational experience you may have to the FM programmes so that you can select the course best suited to your career ambition and educational experience.

Application Process

Step 1

Complete the online booking form.

Step 2

Applicants will be contacted for confirmation/evidence of meeting the entry criteria and year of entry will be confirmed.

Step 3

Confirmation of a place will be given to applicants immediately meeting the criteria.

Please note places on this course are only confirmed once tuition fees have been received. Early Application is advised.

Fees & Payment Options


Course Price

Year 1 base fee


Exam Body Reg. Fee


Overall Course Price

Total amount due


Easy Payment Plan

Payment Option 1

33% deposit payment (€1,473.45), followed by 4 scheduled payments on the first of each month, commencing the 1st of the month after the start date of the course. Includes one off instalment fee of €195.

  • €747.89 due in month 1
  • €747.89 due in month 2
  • €747.89 due in month 3
  • €747.89 due in month 4

Available Courses

Course Delivery Mode Start Date Duration Fees Per Year
New – Postgraduate Certificate in Workplace & Facilities Management
Delivery Mode
Blended Learning
Start Date
7th October 2023
1 academic semester
Fees Per Year


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