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Asset Management for Engineers: Optimal Life Cycle Management of Physical Assets

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Asset Management for Engineers Unit 1: The Fundamentals of Asset Management   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 2: Asset Management Systems, Models and Standards   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 3: Creating an Asset Management Policy and Strategy   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 4: Finance and Asset Management Including Business Impact   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 5: Asset Management Strategy and Planning   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 6: Asset Management Planning and Execution   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 7: Asset Maintenance and Reliability   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 8: Asset Life Cycle Decisions and Asset Creation   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 9: Asset Maintenance and Reliability   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 10: Asset Life Extension, Renewal, Decommissioning and Disposal   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 11: Asset Management Risks Including Contingency Planning   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 12: Performance Monitoring and Continual Improvement   + £0.00
Asset Management for Engineers Unit 13: Final Assessment   + £0.00

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Asset Management for Engineers: Optimal Life Cycle Management of Physical Assets

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£260.00

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13 Hours
Course overview

Asset management is the coordinated activity of an organisation to realise value from its assets. This course will help you to understand the Asset Life Cycle and cost and risk and performance implications of Asset Management decisions. This course will also enable you to identify the information and measures required for effective Asset Management and be able to contribute to Asset Management Policy, Strategy, Objectives and Plans.

The course offers an introduction to the principles of Asset Management for engineers and is aligned to PAS 55, ISO 55000 and to the Institute of Asset Management competency framework and provides a well-rounded competency development and assurance stage for those who already have practical experience, or specialist knowledge, and are now seeking a more comprehensive understanding.

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The Woodhouse Partnership Asset Management Academy is a world-leading authority on asset management, risk management, operational excellence, life-cycle costing, risk and performance optimisation.

They have led and facilitated the development of BSI PAS 55 and ISO 55000 standards, the IAM Competency Requirements Framework and Asset Management Maturity guidance.

The Academy operates on a global basis with its head office based near Newbury, Berkshire in the UK with regional offices in North America and Latin America and has been providing education, training and workplace mentoring in asset management for 20 years in 28 countries and most industry sectors.

The Woodhouse Partnership Asset Managements own Academy offers asset management training to individuals and corporate clients at all levels of asset management expertise. The training portfolio includes courses that are aligned to ISO 55000 and the IAMs Competences Framework.

The Woodhouse Partnership Asset Management Academy was one of the first asset management training organisations to be endorsed by the Institute of Asset Management for professional Asset Management competency development.

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What you will learn
At the end of this course the learners will be able to:

1. Contribute to generation and implementation of Asset Management policy, strategy, objectives and plans.
2. Participate in asset-related risk identification, analysis and management processes and contingency planning.
3. Understand the asset life cycle and the role of appropriate tools to optimise the performance, risk and cost of assets.
4. Understand the role of performance measures needed for effective asset management.
5. Understand the importance of asset information and asset information systems.
6. Understand the financial implications of asset and asset management decisions for the organisation and translate technical issues into business implications.

Who should learn
This course is suitable for those who have 2+ years of industrial or asset-intensive work experience or have successfully completed the TWPL Online Asset Management Introduction course.
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