Our Asset Management Principles course is suitable for those new to Asset Management who require a concise introduction to the subject, its benefits, and the approaches that asset intensive organisations can adopt to deliver sustainable reductions in infrastructure costs. It is also suitable for people who have some experience of Asset Management and wish to gain a good understanding of the main aspects and principles which underpin it. The course provides an in-depth appreciation of ISO 55000 and BSI PAS 55.
Asset Management Principles
Modules Covered in This Course:
Defining Asset Management Policy & Strategy Equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module B2
A detailed review of Asset Management Policy and Strategy identification, development and evaluation.
Assessing Asset Management Risk Equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module B6
A review of good practice approaches, tools and techniques for assessing Asset Management plans and investments
Effective Asset Management Plans Equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module B3
Essential taining for people new to asset manager roles on how to develop effective Asset Management plans
Implementing Asset Management Plans Equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module B5
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 lifecycle for Asset Management Leaders and Team Members.
Building an Asset Management Organisation Equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module B4
To convey the importance of integrating organisational design, culture and competence management processes with Asset Management goals and objectives.
Managing Asset Information, Knowledge & Data No equivalent to IAM Endorsed Training Module
An overview of the effective use of asset information to support good practice Asset Management, including the development of asset information standards, systems and information within a coherent asset information strategy and approach. Ensures that Asset Management decision-making drives asset information requirements rather than the reverse.