UNTRAINED FACILITY MANAGERS CAN DEPRIVE STUDENTS OF THE REQUIRED LEARNING ENVIRONMENT.
Jules Williams Blogpost.com
1. Lack of Expertise: One of the primary complications that may arise from promoting untrained personnel to facilities directors and Managers is the lack of expertise in specialized areas. Untrained personnel are typically responsible for cleaning and maintenance tasks, which may not equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to handle complex systems such as electrical, air-conditioning, and plumbing trades. This could lead to inadequate maintenance, inefficient energy management, and potential safety hazards.