September 20, 2018, 9:31 pm

AM Master Class

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About this Training Course

This comprehensive 5-day course is designed for those who wish to obtain a comprehensive understanding of Asset Management and ISO 55000 in preparation for a role as an Asset Management professional. Prepared in alignment with the UK’s Institute of Asset Management (IAM) competence and training framework, this course covers all the key areas involved in Asset Management, and is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of:

  • Asset Management Concepts and Principles
  • ISO 55000, ISO 55001 and ISO 55002, and
  • The GFMAM Asset Management Landscape

It is an information-packed, practical course for people who will be responsible for the development, implementation or maintenance of an organisation's asset management system.

Led by one of Assetivity's CAMA Certified Asset Management Assessors, participants will gain a detailed insight into:

• Key Asset Management principles
• The Benefits of Asset Management
• Introduction to Asset Management Policy
• Implementing Asset Management Systems
• Defining Asset Management Policy & Strategy
• Effective Asset Management Strategies and Plans
• Building an Asset Management Organisation
• Implementing Asset Management Plans
• Assessing Asset Management Risk and Performance

Participants will be involved in class and group discussions facilitated by our course trainer.

This course meets the requirements of the entire suite of IAM Asset Management Courses:

Asset Management Principles and Policy

• A1 The Benefits of Asset Management
• A2 Introduction to Asset Management Policy

Implementing Asset Management Systems

• B1 The Asset Management System
• B2 Defining Asset Management Policy & Strategy
• B3 Effective Asset Management Strategies and Plans
• B4 Building an Asset Management Organisation
• B5 Implementing Asset Management Plans
• B6 Assessing Asset Management Risk and Performance

Upon satisfactory completion of the assessment at the end of this course, participants who are members of the IAM will be issued with a certificate of completion for each of these courses.

Who Should Attend

This course is intended for personnel responsible for the development, implementation and operation of an organisation’s asset management system, or for assessing compliance with that system. Please note that we cannot accept registrations from other consultants for this course.

 Prerequisites

The course assumes that participants are familiar with the fundamental concepts of asset management, however a brief refresher on those concepts is undertaken in the first module of this course.

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course, delegates should (as a minimum) be able to:

  • Understand Asset Management
  • Understand Asset Management Documentation
  • Understand Asset Management Planning
  • Understand the Asset Management System
  • Understand Asset Management Performance and Improvement
  • Understand information requirements for Asset Management
  • Describe the main implications of asset management for organisational structure, roles and responsibilities and reporting lines
  • Describe how the performance of people working in asset management can be assessed and improved
  • Describe how the criticality of products, services and their suppliers can be analysed
  • Give examples of how asset management affects the specification of requirements for supplied goods and services
  • Describe how organisational culture is likely to affect asset management performance
  • Describe how to analyse the criticality of procured products and services
  • Give examples of criteria which can be used to assess the performance of asset management teams

Assessment

 This course is assessed by examination through the course. In addition, participants undertake case studies and exercises to ensure their new knowledge transfers into practical skills and the confidence to apply them in the workplace.

Training Course Duration

5 Days

Training Course Content

Introduction and Benefits of Asset Management

  • Asset Management Concept
  • Benefits of Asset Management
  • Asset Management Document Hierarchy
  • Asset Management Decision Making

Introduction to Asset Management Policy

  • Definitions
  • AM Policy – Requirements& Sources
  • AM Policy Management

The Asset Management System  

  • What is Asset Management System?
  • Context of the Organisation
  • Leadership
  • Support
  • Operation of the AMS
  • Performance Evaluation
  • Improvement

Defining Asset Management Policy and Strategy  

  • AM Policy Development
  • AM Policy Management
  • AM Strategy Development
  • AM Strategy Management

Effective Asset Management Strategies and Plans

  • Asset Management Planning Cycle
  • Asset Management Strategy
  • Asset Management Plans
  • Integrating and Implementing Plan

Building an Asset Management Organisation

  • Asset Management Organisations within a larger body
  • People
  • Processes
  • Data
  • Facilities, Tools and Equipment
  • Quality assurance and improvement
  • Inputs, Outputs and Interfaces

Implementing Asset Management Plans

  • What is Implementation?
  • Executing Life Cycle Activities
  • Measuring Asset Management Performance
  • Managing Exceptions
  • Facilities, Tools and Equipment
  • Quality assurance and improvement

Assessing Asset Management Risk and Performance

  • Risk Management and Performance Improvement
  • Asset Knowledge Management
  • Measuring Asset Management Performance
  • Managing Exceptions
  • Facilities, Tools and Equipment
  • Quality assurance and improvement

Training Course Cost

$4,250 (ex GST) per person. 

Early Bird Discount = $425

Discounts apply for multiple attendees from the same organisation:

2-3 attendees = $3,825 per person

4+ attendees = $3,400 per person

Training Course Dates and Registration

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