Engineering Asset Management Courses
Machines working in any environment lead to some situations that can be hazardous for humans. Due to this, there are usually safety mechanisms in place to avoid accidents. In large manufacturing units involving heavy machinery, there are operational safety standards put in place so that there is no danger to either the plant, premises or humans working in that unit. There are asset engineers responsible for implementing these safety standards and ensuring that other business requirements are met. An engineering asset management course will impart knowledge about ways to cut costs and increase the efficiency of machinery and related assets in any business.
Asset management is a very pertinent branch of managing any business, and it has scope in numerous industries. Some examples are physical assets in the manufacturing sector, finance and investment and the IT field. An engineering asset management course teaches young engineering professionals how to get the best out of engineering assets in their workplace and use them optimally.
At the Reliability Institute, the various asset reliability practitioner courses are conducted as a part of engineering asset management. Under asset management, we offer asset reliability practitioner courses at different levels – from a basic advocate of asset reliability to a reliability engineer, and finally, a reliability program leader. Our courses equip young engineering professionals with the technical know-how, analytical skills and insights needed to optimise the use of engineering assets within their business concerns and organisations. They help groom the engineers into future asset managers who meet and exceed their business goals.
We offer our engineering asset management courses in the classroom in Australia and New Zealand. We also provide distance learning via online courses. They are under continuous audit by governmental organisations and are accredited to international standards.