All our training is IAM (Institute of Asset Management) endorsed. Our Primer Course is suitable for those on their first steps into Asset Management, covering key principles and introducing BSI PAS55 and ISO55000. Our Principles Course is for more experienced Asset Managers, and covers the full scope of Asset Management and an in-depth appreciation of BSI PAS55 and ISO55000.
Richard Sands, Head of Transition Projects at Southern Water said:
"The course was a fantastic opportunity for staff to learn more about asset management and then apply this knowledge in their day-to-day activities."
We hold regular public courses across the globe, and can offer bespoke, tailored programmes in your place of work or a location that is most suitable to you. One size does not fit all, and our training programmes can be adapted to suit your needs. Whether you have a small team that is looking to further their understanding and knowledge, or hundreds of new starters that need to quickly get up to speed, we can offer a programme to suit.
From London to New York, from Sydney to Jakarta, we have helped organisations and individuals to understand the potential behind reaching excellence in Asset Management, and have issued more IAM Endorsed Certificates than any other provider.
A1: The Benefits of Asset Management:
A foundation course for new entrants to Asset Management
A2: Introduction of Asset Management Policy:
A review of key Asset Management policy challenges and approaches for Senior Managers
B1: The Asset Management System:
A detailed work-through of the main components of a BSI PAS55 compliant Asset Management system for Asset Management Leaders, Specialists and Team Members.
B2: Defining Asset Management Policy and Strategy:
A detailed review of Asset Management policy and strategy identification, development and evaluation for Asset Management Leaders.
B3: Effective Asset Management Strategies and Plans:
Essential training for people new to Asset Manager roles on how to develop effective BSI PAS55 compliant plans
B4: Building an Asset Management Organisation:
A detailed review of the organisational, knowledge management and risk management implications of effective Asset Management for Executives and Asset Management Leaders
B5: Implementing Asset Management Plans:
A review of good practice approaches, tools and techniques for lifecycle analysis and whole-life costing, determining costs and budgets, allocating resources and managing work activities across the asset life cycle for Asset Management Leaders and Team Members.
B6: Assessing Asset Management Risk and Performance:
A review of good practice approaches, tools and techniques for assessing Asset Management plans and investments