The people in your management organisation are the most important building blocks in professional asset management. They play a key role in shaping the operation & maintenance of your buildings. They need to have the right knowledge and understanding of performance management and risk management, for example. But skills such as cooperation and making connections are also essential in a professional asset management environment. Training your people increases the value of your capital goods and enriches the knowledge and skills of your employees with new tools and competences.

In-company training

Royal HaskoningDHV offers in-company training to enrich and improve your employees’ understanding of asset management. The courses are targeted, tailored to your institution and thus match the needs and situation of your institution. Before starting, we first like to get a clear picture of the context of your institution as well as the learning objectives for both you and your people. In addition, during the training sessions, we immediately set the participants to work and give them the task of applying the things they have learned within their own organisations. From their own consulting practice, our trainers are familiar with the operation & maintenance of public spaces and property, thereby combining skills with content. The training courses are comprised of the 7 elements of asset management based on ideas outlined in ISO55000 and PAS55, the new standards for professional asset management. Attention is paid to the structure and management of an institution that focuses on the management of various types of real estate, with topics such as cost optimisation, performance maximisation, risk reduction and the use of a performance dashboard.

Training examples

To give you an idea of the possibilities that are available, we have given a brief outline of two training examples below:

  • In the introductory training for asset management, which lasts half a day, directors, managers, policy makers and administrators gain an insight into asset management. At the end of the training session, participants know what asset management is, they have had an introduction to the new ISO-55000 standard for asset management and they have an overview of the biggest challenges in this area within their own institution.
  • In basic training for asset management, which lasts 3 days spread over 6 to 8 weeks, participants learn about the principles of asset management. During the period between training sessions, participants are asked to apply the knowledge they have acquired within their own organisation.

These training courses give your employees the right tools to take the level of professionalism in your management organisation to the next level.

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