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The Asset Care Research Group (ACRG), in association with Gaussian Engineering is presenting our annual short course in Physical Asset Management. The course is focused at providing practical information on the role of asset management in a constrained economy to postgraduate students, asset management engineers, practitioners and leaders.
The highlights of this year’s course are:
3 – 7 July 2017
Mr Grahame Fogel
Dr Wyhan Jooste
6 days of preparation before the course (26-30 July 2017); 4 consecutive contact days (3-6 July 2017); 3-hour exam (7 July 2017); 100-hour project after the course (10 July – 18 Aug 2017)
The objective of the course is to extend learners knowledge, confidence and skill on how to align asset contribution to an organisation’s business objectives in the current global economy.
To enable the learner to understand the fundamental building blocks for managing assets in times of economic constraint. Learners will gain the skills for facilitating productivity improvement, managing asset related risk and unexpected event occurrence, facilitating collaboration of joint objectives, identifying the right information for prioritising decisions and to facilitate the alignment of working teams’ objectives. Learners will also demonstrate their newly found ability through a practical project.
Self-study, lectures, interactive work sessions
Assessment Criteria Information
Learners should demonstrate a firm grasp of the underlying theory and must be able to apply it to practice in the form of the practical interactive work sessions. Learners should also show practical application by defining and compiling a business case of a relevant asset management initiative in their organisation context by applying the techniques covered during the course.
Notes will be disseminated via the SUNLearn platform
To register for the course, send an email requesting course registration details to firstname.lastname@example.org