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Certificate in Property Management for Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) Licence

Class Code

GA80

QF Level

4

Medium of Instruction

Cantonese (supplemented with English)

Duration & Contact Hours

4-5 months; 80 hours

Class Start Date

26 Oct 2022

Course Fee

$12,800 / $11,520 (For application on or before 21 Sep)

PMSA Specified Course Registration Number

PMSA-005-SC2-2022-82

QR Registration Number

20/000096/L4

CEF Course Code

33C127026

Class Dates

26 Oct 2022 - 22 Feb 2023 (Mon & Wed)

Class Time

7:00 - 10:00 pm

Class Venue

PolyU Hung Hom Bay/ West Kowloon Campus

Application Status

Closed

Early Bird Deadline

21 Sep 2022 (Wed)

Application Deadline

5 Oct 2022 (Wed)

Latest News

It is expeceted that the next course will commence in late-April 2023.  Please revisit this website for the updated course details and application procedures in mid-Feb 2022.

Course Information

PMSA Specified Course Provider

School of Professional Education and Executive Development (SPEED) has been appointed by the Property Management Services Authority (PMSA) as an Appointed Course Provider for the provision of the PMSA Specified Course (Tier 2).  This is a Property Management Services Authority Specified Course (Tier 2).

 

Background

The PMSA Specified Courses are courses provided for the three-year transitional arrangements after the commencement of subsidiary legislation of the licensing regime under the Property Management Services Ordinance (Cap. 626) (PMSO). Property management practitioners (PMPs) who do not meet the licensing criteria for academic and/or professional qualifications but possess the specified work experience and intend to continue assuming an overall managerial or supervisory role in a licensed property management company may apply for “provisional PMP licences” (provisional licences) with PMSA. Upon completion of a PMSA Specified Course within the validity of the provisional licence, they may apply for formal PMP (Tier 1) or (Tier 2) licences without fulfilling the academic and/or professional qualifications.

 

Target Students

This course is designed for the holders of Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) Licence.  Property Management Practitioners may also apply for this course.  

 

Intended Learning Outcomes

  1. To interpret the relevant legal requirements and code of practice in relation to the profession of property management    
  2. To apply the principles of property management to the practice in the property management services industry  
  3. To work with the technical knowledge in relation to building maintenance, safety, and environmental issues
  4. To apply the financial and management skill to the practice of property management
  5. To use effective communication skills to enhance the quality of service.

 

Course Content

PMSA Specified Course Study Modules:

Module 1:  Laws of Property Management and Code of Practices (20 hours)

 

1.1  Property Management Services Ordinance

1.2  Building Management Ordinance

1.3  Ordinances on government / public organisations in relation to property

1.4  Legal Services

1.5  Codes of Conduct

1.6  Occupational Safety

Module 2:  Knowledge of Property Management (20 hours)

 

2.1  Deed of Mutual Covenants

2.2  Duties and Responsibilities of Property Owners

2.3  Voting and Resolution in Meetings of Owners’ Corporation

2.4  Tendering and Contract Management

2.5  Facility Management

2.6  Application of Information Technology

2.7  Risk Management

2.8  Property Insurance

Module 3:  Building Maintenance and Optimization (30 hours)

 

3.1  Building Inspection

3.2  Building Defects

3.3  Building Repair and Maintenance

3.4  Building Orders

3.5  Building Works and Public Safety

3.6  Environmental Protection

3.7  Tree Management

Module 4:  Management and Communication Skills (10 hours)

 

4.1  Accounting and Financial Management

4.2  Procurement Management

4.3  Human Resources Management

4.4  Customer Relationship Management

If there is any inconsistency or ambiguity between the English version and the Chinese version, the Chinese version shall prevail.

 

Teaching and Learning Methods

  • Lecture
  • Tutorial

CEF  This course has been included in the list of reimbursable course under the Continuing Education Fund (CEF). This course is recognised under the Qualifications Framework (QF Level 4).  For details of the CEF, please visit the CEF website: https://www.wfsfaa.gov.hk/cef.

 

QF   This course is recognised under the Hong Kong Qualifications Framework (HKQF) at Level 4 and is now available on Qualifications Register (QR) (QR Registration No.: 20/000096/L4; Validity period from 1 February 2020).  For details of the HKQF, please visit the QR website: https://www.hkqr.gov.hk.

Entry Requirements

The applicants should be:

(i)     the Property Management Practitioners with the Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) licence, OR

(ii)    the Property Management Practitioners with a relevant certificate or diploma in the field of property management, OR  

(iii)    the Property Management Practitioners with at least 5 years of relevant experience in the field of property management.

 

Notes: 

  1. Priority will be given to applicants under category (i).
  2. This course is designed for the holders of Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) Licence.  Upon completion of this PMSA Specified Course within the validity of the provisional licence, the licensee may apply for a formal licence without meeting the academic and/or professional qualifications criteria.
  3. For applicants without holding Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) Licence but meeting the above entry requirements (ii) or (iii) will also be considered for admission to this course for their career advancement.  Students will not be eligible to apply for the provisional/ formal licence notwithstanding completion of this PMSA Specified Course unless they have met all criteria for application of provisional licence.  For details of the transitional arrangements, please visit the official website of PMSA at https://www.pmsa.org.hk/en/licensing-regime/transitional-arrangements/about-transitional-arrangements/.

Course Development and Teaching Team

The course developement and teaching team comprises of academic staff members with different expertise and professional knowledge in the areas related to property management and experienced property management practitioners. 

 

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Dr. Sandy Tang

Senior Lecturer,

PolyU CPCE

Programme Leader of

BSc (Hons) in Surveying,

PolyU SPEED

Dr. Lobo Fung

President, Hong Kong

Institute of Certified

Property Managers

Past President, Hong

Kong Institute of Real

Estate Administrators

Mr. Gary Yeung

Past Chairman, Property

and Facility Management

Division, The Hong Kong

Institute of Surveyors

President, The

Hong Kong Institute of

Facility Management

Past Vice President, The

Hong Kong Association

of Property Management

Companies

45Eddie Leung

Dr. Milton Lau

Lecturer, PolyU CPCE

Mr. Stephen Yuen, MH

Former Chairman,

Property Management

Industry Training

Advisory Committee

Mr. Eddie Leung

Vice President, Hong Kong

Institute of Certified

Property Managers

 

Professional Recognition

Upon completion of this PMSA Specified Course within the validity of the provisional licence, students holding the provisional PMP (Tier 2) licence may apply for formal PMP (Tier 2) licence without fulfilling the academic and/or professional qualifications.

 

For application details of formal PMP (Tier 2) licence, please visit the official website of PMSA at www.pmsa.org.hk.

Certification

Students who have fulfilled the following requirements will be presented with the "Certificate in Property Management for Provisional Property Management Practitioner (Tier 2) Licence":

  • fulfilled the attendance requirement of at least 80% for each study module; and
  • complete all of the assessment requirements and obtain an overall passing rate of 50%.

 

Note: Assessment requirements include quiz and group projects. 

Application Procedures

** The application services at the SPEED Service Counters are temporarily suspended.  Visitors and students should comply with the requirements of the Vaccine Pass of the HKSAR government before entering the campus.

 

 

Submission of Application

 

1.  Application form can be downloaded from this website.  Before completing the application form, please read carefully the "Guide for Applicants" on the form.

 

2.  Please submit one application form and settle the course fee by bank draft/ crossed cheque/ On-line Card Payment System for each course applied. For details of payment methods, please refer to Section 4 of the application form or this web page.

 

3.  Non-permanent residents of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) holding

(i) work visa/ entry permit; OR

(ii) visa/ entry permit under the Immigration Arrangements for Non-local Graduates (IANG) (except those from Mainland, Macao and Taiwan); OR

(iii) dependent visa/ entry permit (except those from Mainland, Macao and Taiwan), issued by the Director of Immigration of HKSAR Government may enroll in short-term courses in SPEED without seeking prior approval from the Director of Immigration.

 

These applicants are required to attach a copy of their identity document(s) and the valid visa/ entry permit to their application.  On admission, they will be required to provide the original identity document(s) and visa/ entry permit for verification. Throughout the course of study, it is the responsibility of individual students to ensure that their identity documents and visas/ entry permits are valid. Other non-local applicants can neither be registered as students nor commence their studies on the short-term courses in SPEED.

 

4.  Applications should be submitted on or before the deadline for application via one of the following means -

(a) By post:

Submit the following documents together with the bank draft/ crossed cheque/ payment confirmation page (for online payment) to School of Professional Education and Executive Development, Room 404, 4/F, PolyU Hung Hom Bay Campus, 8 Hung Lok Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

  • Completed application form, Consent Form for CEF Course Participant upon Enrolment, Confirmation Form for Student of PMSA Specified Course
  • A copy of your PPMP (Tier 2) Licence/ academic qualification/ employment proof
  • A copy of your HKID Card and valid visa/ entry permit (if applicable)
  • A recent (within 6 months) passport-size color photo with your full name and class code marked at the back

(b) By e-mail (for application with payment settled via online system only):

Submit the following documents together with the payment confirmation page by e-mail to ceo@speed-polyu.edu.hk.

  • Completed application form, Consent Form for CEF Course Participant upon Enrolment and Confirmation Form for Student of PMSA Specified Course
  • A copy of your PPMP (Tier 2) Licence/ academic qualification/ employment proof
  • A copy of your HKID Card and valid visa/ entry permit (if applicable)
  • A recent (within 6 months) passport-size color photo

 

 

5.  Applicants will be notified of their application results via email by the School after the application is closed.  Please contact the School if you do not receive any notification 1 week before course commencement.  For unsuccessful applications, course fees paid will be refunded to the applicants.

 

 

Payment Methods for Course Fee

 

Please choose either one of the following payment methods for course fee

 

(1)  Bank Draft/ Crossed Cheque

You could submit a bank draft/ crossed cheque (made payable to "The Hong Kong Polytechnic University") by post.  Please write your name, the course code and class code at the back of the bank draft/ crossed cheque.  Post-dated cheque will not be accepted.

 

(2)  On-line Card Payment System (by Visa/ Master/ China UnionPay card)
You could settle the course fee via On-line Card Payment System by Visa/ Master/ China UnionPay card.  For successful payment, please print the payment confirmation page for record and quote the invoice number (as shown on the payment confirmation page) on Section 4 of the application form.

 

According to the School's Refund Policy, course fees paid are normally not refundable, except cases of unsuccessful applications/ course cancellation.  Fees paid and places allocated are not transferrable.

Enquiries

Programme Officer

Ms Sharon SEE

3746 0011

Administrative Assistant

Ms Erica CHAN

3746 0020


General Enquiry:3400 2828
E-mail:ceo@speed-polyu.edu.hk