The Scandinavian Academy adopts modern methods of training and development and raising the efficiency of human resource development, and we follow in that:
Theoretical lectures through PowerPoint presentations and visual presentations (videos - and short films)
Scientific evaluation of the trainee (pre-evaluation and post-evaluation)
Brainstorming and application and representation of roles
Practical cases that suit the scientific material and the nature of the trainees' work
Tests at the end of the course
The participant gets the scientific and practical material for the training program printed on paper and saved on CD or flash memory
Attendance reports for participants and final results reports with a general evaluation of the program
The scientific material for the training program is prepared in a scientific and professional manner, and this is done by the best professors and trainers in various fields and all specialties
At the end of the program, the trainee is awarded a professional attendance certificate (signed and certified) issued by the Scandinavian Academy for Training and Development in the Kingdom of Sweden (with the possibility of attestation from the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the trainee's embassy in the Kingdom of Sweden)
Training program times are from ten o'clock in the morning until two o'clock in the afternoon, and the program includes a snack buffet during the lectures
The asset management of physical assets like chemical plants, power distribution networks, rolling stock, offshore platforms, roads, waterways, buildings, etc. is critical to the economy of many countries. How we manage physical determines the efficiency of companies and how competitive we are in the world market. Much money is spent annually on maintaining and developing the asset base and providing services to improve asset management has in itself become a major competitive market internationally.
Asset Management has been increasingly recognized as the key to improved investment decision making across all sectors, from Oil & Gas, Defence, Aerospace, Manufacturing, Public Transport and Electricity and Water Production & Distribution. Many of them are required by regulators to draw up and present asset management plans.
This training course aims to support this drive to improve management practices by presenting standards, methodologies and guidance how to set up good asset management. The course shows the delegate how the international standard on Asset Management, the Publicly Available Specification PAS 55, can be used to implement the best practices in order to realise higher performance at lower costs within compliance. The course finalises with an assessment of the current state of your Asset Management processes and results.
To provide a step-by-step guide to Asset Management best practices (as part of PAS 55), starting with foundations and building up to best practices that will deliver maximum business benefits
To provide appreciation of PAS 55
To instruct Asset Management optimization best practice methodologies and technologies
To provide opportunities to discuss and learn the practical application of these best practices, through case studies and exercises
To provide insight in the current state of Asset Management best practices within the delegates company
The course is composed in such a way that it can be held for all professionals involved in managing or implementing asset management processes. It is conducted along workshop principles with formal lectures and many interactive exercises. Relevant case studies illustrate the application of each subject in an operations environment and each learning point will be re-enforced with practical exercises. There will be many opportunities for discussion and sharing experiences.
Participants attending the program will:
Understand what Asset Management is and how it can contribute to asset effectiveness and efficiency
Understand the background, application and benefits of PAS 55
Understand the most important Key Performance Areas and related activities and methodologies of Asset Management (as part of PAS 55)
Be able to participate in the implementation and application of the underlying Asset Management methodologies and technologies
Have insight in the current status of the Best Practices and Performance of the Asset Management process within their organization by assessing the current Asset Management processes and results of the company
By attending the seminar, participants will add value for themselves. They will thus be able to plan and develop a future career.
Who Should Attend?
The training course will benefit all professionals involved in managing or participating in asset management processes, incl. all staff in Asset Department, IT Department, Operation Department and Finance Department.
Introduction to Asset Management & Strategy Framework
Introduction to program
Asset & maintenance management as a business process
BSI-PAS 55:2008 an international standard for Asset Management
Good Asset Management Practice – Part 1
Level of service and performance measures
Defining the right key performance indicators
Capacity or utilization monitoring
Condition assessment and monitoring
Information & configuration management
Vendor management & past performance
Good Asset Management Practice – Part 2
Risk Based Maintenance concepts (RBM)
Life Cycle Costing (LCC)
Assessment & Implementation Aspects
Asset Management assessment
Asset Management teams
Changing the behaviour of people
Implementation of Asset Management – case study
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