Develop skills in key areas of building management including tenant-relations, basic building maintenance, risk protocols, and cleaning management.
Future Skills Grant Eligibility
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The Future Skills Grant program may be able to cover your tuition and other eligible fees. Please check our website to determine your eligibility.
All other students may still register for this program through the course links below.
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Updated November 27, 2023
What you will learn
Upon successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:
- Handle tenant application, screening processes, inspections, and conflicts
- Explain basic rights and responsibilities of landlords and tenants under BC law and dispute-handling measures
- Perform rudimentary building maintenance and building inspections
- Describe building fire safety, and risk management protocols
- Consider the ethical, cultural, and privacy related aspects of communication in the built environment
- Manage building cleaning and disinfection processes
- Use asset registries for a variety of building types
What to expect
Classes may be offered in-person/on-campus, fully online, or through a blended /hybrid delivery format, by instructors who have experience in the building industry and/or are working in a field related to the course content.
Instruction will emphasize practical skill and knowledge development through interactive and collaborative learning activities.
No program admission requirements.
Two courses - BLDG 1201 Contract Law in the Built Environment and BLDG 1202 Interpersonal Communication for Building Managers - have a minimum pre-requisite of 'English 10 or equivalent'.
Interest in working in the built environment
Working proficiency in English (reading, writing, speaking, and listening comprehension)
Ability to work with confidence independently and as part of a team
Ability to practice cultural sensitivity and professional judgement
Willingness to share experiences and reflect as part of the learning process
Fees and other costs
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* Fees are approximate and subject to change with the approval of VCC's Board of Governors. Students are required to pay any applicable fee increases. Application and assessment fees are non-refundable.
Any refunds are issued according to VCC's refund policy.