Infrastructure asset management (IAM) is a strategic approach to managing physical public infrastructure. Two major issues involved are the deterioration of infrastructure and growth in demand for service. This course covers the fundamental principles of asset management and revisits the core questions every organization should be able to answer about their assets.
The course also illustrates the state-of-art implementation approach of an asset management plan to attain sustainability. It provides an opportunity for public infrastructure management professionals to gain in-depth asset management knowledge while keeping up optimal performance over the asset’s life cycle.
Describe the basic principles of asset management
Answer the six core questions about your assets
Apply available tools and techniques to support your asset management program
Develop an asset management implementation plan appropriate to your organization
Provide better guidelines for policy making and apply best practices of asset management principles and concepts
Who Should Attend:
Supervisors and Managers
Investment Officers and Coordinators
Technicians and Technologists
Asset Management personnel
Infrastructure asset management
Sustainability asset information and data
Asset management body of knowledge
Evaluate asset condition
Levels of services perform risk analysis
Asset management optimization
How to choose your asset management system
Action plans and decision making
Asset management business plan
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