Asset Management continues to grow as a discipline, supporting organisations in meeting the many challenges they face. For many of them, the future challenges are further complicated by a growing awareness of the increasing age or complexity of its assets and the need to carefully prioritise operational spend and renewal investment. Good Asset Management delivers aligned approaches to risk based decision making, creating a managed balance between costs, performance and risk, thereby focussing on how improved value and service can be delivered.
The outcome from attending one of our Asset Management courses is an increased understanding of the requirements and benefits of embedding good Asset Management and enables delegates to play a stronger role in enhancing their organisation's asset management capability and success
Our courses are available as either traditional face-to-face classroom sessions, virtual trainer-lead sessions, or online self-learning courses.
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- Asset Management Basics - a course for those who will benefit from an initial understanding of what Asset Management is about and how it supports your organisations success, this is targeted at those new to Asset Management or interacting with the Asset Management activities within your organisation.
- Asset Management Fundamentals - a course for those who want a wider understanding across the full breadth of Asset Management and is ideal for those considering taking the Institute of Asset Management’s Certificate exam.
“Arcadis is proud to be building a global team of consultants qualified to the IAM Certificate level in Asset Management, supported by AWCPL. This adds value to both our organisation, and our clients, through ensuring we understand and offer best practice asset management solutions, aligned to ISO55001 and deliver these effectively for our clients. Thanks Andy for helping us pass more than 60 exams successfully!"
Robert van de Krol - Head Asset Management (Roads), Arcadis, Netherlands