The competition tasks of the skill category are based on the Vocational Qualification in Cleaning and Property Services. The qualification titles of the vocational qualification are site facilities operative maintenance operative, housekeeper and property maintenance operative.
In the skill category of property management, competition is under the qualification title of property maintenance operative.
Description of the skill category
The property management services sector is a diverse field. Property managers work in property management, maintenance, repair and customer service tasks in real estate service and property maintenance companies as well as in the service of municipalities and industrial enterprises. Work sites may include, for example, educational institutions, commercial premises, residential buildings, social or health care institutions, industrial plants, hotels or other customer locations.
The property manager’s job includes the maintenance and supervision of the property, maintenance of courtyard areas and small-scale repairs in accordance with the service agreement. The property manager has extensive basic skills in property management.
The property manager is able to apply acquired skills and knowledge in various working life situations. The property manager is required to have an independent and responsible approach to work, technical expertise and cooperation and customer service skills.
Competition tasks can be utilised as vocational skills demonstrations. On the basis of the certificate received, the student/competitor can apply for the recognition of learning from his/her educational institution.
The competition is an individual competition.
The competition tasks of the skill category are based on the requirements of the Vocational Qualification in Cleaning and Property Services, competence area of property maintenance.
The skill category focuses on the maintenance, servicing and repair of properties as well as customer service tasks. The competition tasks of the skill category are prepared in close cooperation with representatives of working life, and the competition tasks are based on the requirements of working life.
Competition tasks can be utilised as vocational skills demonstrations.
Skill steering group
- Petri Jokimäki, Savon koulutuskuntayhtymä Sakky
- Ilir Avdiu, Espoon seudun koulutuskuntayhtymä Omnia
- Kim Björkman, Espoon seudun koulutuskuntayhtymä Omnia
- Heikki Nousiainen, Ammattiopisto Spesia
- Tiia Brax, Kiinteistötyönantajat Ry
- Aki Savolainen, Sinimäki Oy
- Roman Hiisku, Aallokko Oy
- Tomi Ahokas, Opetushallitus