BMS Essentials, Controls and Optimisation

£450.00 plus VAT

19th May 2020, 9.30am - 4.00pm

Description

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The aim of the building management system (BMS) is to guarantee the safety of buildings operation, while also monitoring and optimising the use and efficiency of the building’s electrical and mechanical equipment such as power system, lighting, and HVAC to assure efficiency. This courses focuses on the essential aspects of BMS: what it is for, its suitability and integration, how to monitor its performance, how to optimise its functionality, how to build a business case for BMS.

Learning Outcomes:

This course will help you to:

  • Understand what the BMS is and what it does
  • Describe the below listed examples of the major subsystems controlled by the BMS and explain their integration:

– HVAC
– Central Fume Collection, Dust Collection System, Central Vacuum
– System, Heat blowers
– Steam Systems
– Hot Water System and Central Heating
– Chilled Water System
– Sprinkles System
– Electrical Monitoring System

  • Identify how to make the most of your already installed system
  • Apply structured approach to designing a strategy to drive all changes associated with BMS
  • Draw connections between different types of stakeholders when integrating the system into the facility
  • Build a business case for BMS

Location: London

Format: one day face-to-face taught course, post-course written assessment.

Course fee: £450+VAT

Date: 19th May 2020

Time: 9.30am – 4.00pm