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The Planning and Executing Sustainable Cooperative Housing Models course will concentrate on equipping participants on the fundamentals of cooperative housing, measuring cost against benefits performing a feasibility analysis towards achieving sustainable housing.

It will also focus in the various ways of conflict resolutions in cooperative housing, assist facility mangers in scheduling and accomplishing task towards ensuring sustainable environment.

Course Content

  • What is cooperative housing?
  • Cooperative feasibility planning
  • Sustainable cooperative housing delivery strategies
  • Property & facility management in communal environment
  • Finance & cost benefit analysis of cooperative housing delivery
  • Risk, risk mitigation, and conflict resolution in cooperative housing model

Objective of the study

  • Participants should have the basic knowledge of measuring cost against benefits before embarking on a project.
  • Participants should have the practical knowledge of conducting a feasibility analysis prior to project executions.
  • Participants should be able to measure risk against performance and set measures towards conflicts resolutions.

Who Should Attend?

  • Investors
  • Estate agents
  • Professionals

Course Curriculum

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