All courses offered  at Level 5, European Qualification Frameworks (EQF) with a local Public University collaboration, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP) by a structured self-assessment short course program (3 months) for Professional Diploma via Recognition of Past Learning Experience (RPLE) process. 


Defined by: The International Standards on facility management (FM) developed by Internationalization Standard Organization (ISO) described the characteristics of facility management and are intended for use in both the private and public sectors. 

Facility Management is defined as an organizational function which integrates people, place and process  within the built environment with the purpose of improving the quality  of life of people and the productivity of the core business in management of facilities.

International cooperation in the preparation of these International Standards has identified common practices that can be applied across a wide variety of market sectors, organizational types, process activities and geographies, and their implementation will help to:

  • Improve quality, productivity and financial performance;

  • Enhance sustainability and reduce negative environmental impact;

  • Develop functional and motivating work environments;

  • Maintain regulatory compliance and provide safe workplaces;

  • Optimize life cycle performance and costs;

  • Improve resilience and relevance;

  • Project an organization’s identity and image more successfully.


IFMA (2010) Facility management is a profession that encompasses multiple disciplines to ensure functionality of the built environment by integrating people, place, process and technology.

Facility managers (FMs) can have many different titles and arrive in their profession through a variety of career paths. They’re responsible for making sure systems of the built environment, or facility, work harmoniously. They are important because they make sure the places in which people work, play, learn and live are safe, comfortable, productive and sustainable.

FMs contribute to the organization’s bottom line through their responsibility for maintaining what are often an organization’s largest and most valuable assets, such as property, buildings, equipment and other environments that house personnel, productivity, inventory and other elements of operation. Here are some of the ways FMs contribute to an organization’s business strategy and bottom line:


•    Impacting operational efficiencies
•    Supporting productivity of facilities and personnel
•    Managing risks to facilities and personnel
•    Mitigating environmental impact
•    Promoting sustainable tactics for long-term cost management
•    Leveraging technological solutions
•    Reducing or overcoming effects of natural disasters
•    Guaranteeing compliance
•    Leveraging security


Mega Jati Academy (MJA) is a Certified Training Provider for the Ministry of Finance Malaysia (MOF) under
CODE 221110: TRAINING SERVICES, TRAINER AND MODERATOR/NEGOTIATOR AND CODE 222704: SERVICES / CERTIFICATION AND ACCREDITATION hereby has developed, validate, established and elevate below FM SECTORS namely:

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The other full Facility Management programs available as below:

1) Certified Facility Management Executive Level 5 EQF

2) Certified Facility Management Manager Level 6 EQF

3) Certified Facility Management Professionals Level 7 EQF