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DE9: Soft Landings and Government Soft Landings

Key Areas
Course Content
Learning Outcomes
Who Should Attend
How to Book 
Course Fees

 

Key Areas 

This course covers the topic of Soft Landings (SL) and Government Soft Landings (GSL) logic and use. It covers areas including general principles, standards which define SL and GSL use, the processes within Soft Landings and how the process may be used to facilitate better operations and maintenance performance of a constructed asset.

This training is worth 2 hours of CPD Training

Course Content

  • Introduction
  • Scope
  • BSRIA Publications
    • ​BSRIA BG 38/2014
    • BSRIA BG 54/2014
    • BSRIA BG 61/2015
  • Soft Landings Core Principles
    • Adopt the entire process
    • Provide leadership
    • Set roles and responsibilities
    • Ensure continuity
    • Commit to aftercare
    • Share risk and responsibility
    • Use feedback to inform design
    • Focus on operational outcomes
    • Involve the building managers
    • Involve the end users
    • Set performance objectives
    • Communicate and inform
  • Soft Landings work stages
    • Soft Landings Stage 1: Inception and briefing
    • Soft Landings Stage 2: Design
    • Stage 3: Pre-handover
    • Stage 4: Initial Aftercare
    • Stage 5: Extended Aftercare
  • ​Government Soft Landings
    • Executive Summary and Introduction
    • GSL Lead and GSL Champion
    • Functionality and effectiveness
      • Project stages 0, 1 & 2
      • Project stage 3
      • Project stages 4 & 5
      • Project stage 6
      • Project stage 7
  • Capital cost and operating cost
    • Capital cost
    • Operating cost​
  • Environmental management
    • Environmental performance
    • Project stages 1 & 2
    • Project stage 3
    • Project stages 4 & 5
    • Project stage 7
  • Facilities management
    • Project stage 1
    • Project stage 2
    • Project stage 3, 4, 5, & 6
    • Project stage 7
    • Commissioning, Training and Handover – Guidance
  • Planning for aftercare
    • Phase 1 - Immediately post Practical Completion
    • Phase 2 - Initial occupancy
    • Phase 3 - Years 0-1
    • Phase 4 - Years 1-3 – established occupancy
  • Conclustion

Learning Outcomes 

  • Understanding the purpose of PIRs
  • Ability to understand and use a PIR
  • Advise on the structure and functionality of a PIR

Who Should Attend

Anyone who is required to work on Soft Landings or Government Soft Landings projects
 

Recommended Prior Knowledge

British standard BS 8536-1:2015 (Briefing for design and construction – Part 1: Code of practice for facilities management (Buildings infrastructure))
 

How to Book 

Purchase the individual course online - COMING SOON!

For mulitple courses or bulk purchases please email training@cibse.org
 

Course Fees 

  • Members: £36 (£43.20 inc VAT)
  • Non-Members: £40 (£48 inc VAT)

Programmes of Learning 

Packages of learning for the full BIM programme 

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