The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Certificate in Asset Management course provides a comprehensive overview of the principles and practices of Asset Management (AM). The content is aligned to PAS 55, ISO 55000 and the IAM's competency framework, with a perspective on preparing participants to pass the IAM Certificate in Asset Management examination and to earn the AM certification.
This course provides a well-rounded competency development and assurance stage for those who already have either practical experience or specialist knowledge in AM, and are now seeking a more comprehensive understanding of AM. Participants will develop a business-centered appreciation of Asset Management, and will be better able to influence decisions which have AM implications.
This course includes the IAM exam, which will take place on the final day of the course, and certification.
This is a highly interactive course which will include group discussions, case studies, videos, group presentations and quizzes.
Participants from organizations where the reliability, performance and attendant risks of fixed assets have a significant impact on business performance, will benefit most from this course. This course is suitable for engineering and technical managers, project managers and project engineers, operations managers, maintenance managers, Facilities Managers, EHS and quality managers, and procurement and supply chain managers.
This course is in association with the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and leads to the Certificate in Asset Management qualification/certification. The IAM exam is included in the course, and will be taken on the final day of the course.
Institute of Asset Management:
The IAM is the professional body for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets – especially critical infrastructure. In particular, the Institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of Asset Management.
The Institute of Asset Management has made a significant contribution to the new discipline of asset management.
Since its inception in 1994, and especially since 2004, the IAM has been growing into a typical Learned Society and has initiated and/or produced many of the globally accepted documents explaining the science and art of asset management.