IntroductionEligibilityCourse StructureSyllabusExaminationEmployability

Introduction
One of the key functions in organisations is the administration of facilities. Most organisations big & small have some or the other admin manager/ executive who handles varied functions of security management, facilities management, transport management, travel & hotel bookings, keeping track of fixed assets of the company etc. However there is hardly any structured course/training to learn these skills and most are learnt on the job.
This program aims to provide the candidate the end to end understanding of the administration function. This will result in providing to the industry candidates who will be subject matter experts and will be able to manage day to day administration of their facilities.

Eligibility
Fresh Graduates
Jr. working professional from admin, security, facilities and HR function
Graduates with 1 -2 years of work experience looking at career opportunities in admin management.

Course Structure
The course in Admin Management will cover 120 hours of classroom training , project work and testing. Internship in organisations is recommended wherever possible.

Syllabus
The gamut of activities in which an admin manger is involved depends on various factors, be it the size and speard of the organisation or the kind of business it is involved in. This course shall broadly cover most aspects that any admin person may have to deal with.

Main Concepts:
Management of facilities & Security
Asset Management
Statutory compliances
Vendor management
Procurement/Negotiations
Concierge Services
Event Management
Front Office Management

Learning Objectives:
Be able to appoint and monitor vendors for security & facility management.
Will be able to understand & negotiate terms of contracts with various vendors
Be able to mange cost effective concierge service to the company staff
Will be able to list out all the statutory compliance requirements
Generate the returns for statutory compliances & assist in conduct of audits
Will be able to account for and maintain all fixed assets of the office/organisation
Will be able to maintain books of records
Will be able to track and schedule events

Course Content:
Security Management
PSARA Act
Attendance & billing
Contract terms & conditions
Equipments required for cleaning
Managing/accounting for consumables
Monitoring of performance
Contract terms & conditions
Shops & establishment act
Signages
Fire safety audit/requirements
Fire safety drills
Fires safety equipment- Use & maintenance
Classification of assets
Asset registers
Concept of depreciation/write-off
Asset transfers/disposal
Travel Bookings ( Bus/rail/air)
Hotel bookings
Local transport
Bouquets/corporate gifts/movie tickets/bill pay etc
Purchase of consumables & its accounting ( stationery etc)
Negotiation skills
Printers
Fax machines
Air –conditioners
Coffee machines
Planning, arranging and monitoring events
Coordination and facilitation skills
How to manage different suppliers to deliver a successful event
Managing on time and on budget
Handling tele – exchange
Front office up-keep
Visitor Management system
Facilities Management
Statutory compliances
Fire safety
First Aid
Asset Management
Concierge Services
Procurement
Vendor management (Service contracts)
Event management
Front Office Management
Excel and other application s/w

Method of Teaching:
Classroom interactive session and Practical sessions

Method of Assessment & Weightage:
Assessment Tasks: Written Exam & project assignments
Weightage: 100%

Reading Lists & References –
Handouts, PSARA Bare Act

Examination
Students will be assessed on project work and a written examination that will be conducted at the end of the course

Employability
This program will provide for employment opportunities to candidates in all big, medium and small firms.