Asset Management Certificate Program 2016
University of Toronto’s Popular Asset Management Certificate Program Returning to Europe
By: T.A Cook
Also in 2016 T.A. Cook will run the popular Asset Management Certificate Program offered in partnership with the Centre of Maintenance and Reliability Management at the University of Toronto. The five-day intensive course will take place from 25 - 29 April, 2016 in Berlin, Germany.
This course combines fundamental need-to-know material with new, but proven, leading-edge approaches that have shown measurable pay-offs. Participants will receive five full days of instruction from world-renowned facilitators, including case studies which demonstrate how these principles have been successfully and widely applied. With best practice from Clariant, Bridgestone, Siemens, SAP and T.A. Cook, the program features current trends, expertise and lessons learned.
Designed to help those involved in plant operations, facilities management, maintenance management, or asset and maintenance controlling at large facilities, process industries or manufacturing plants – they will learn how to manage their assets efficiently regarding risks, reliability, resources and data as well as timely decision-making.
The program is developed by the University of Toronto, Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering. Having run successfully for 10 years in Toronto, Hong Kong, Chile, Iran, Qatar, the U.A.E. and Australia, this certificate program has become the ‘go-to’ resource for everyone involved with asset management decisions and is returning to Europe for the second consecutive year.
The delegates will receive course materials, two evening networking events, one sight-seeing tour of Berlin, over 42 hours of classroom time, lunches and break-time refreshments, and two hard-cover books.
For more details and a complete breakdown of all the course modules, please visit http://uk.tacook.com/