Woodhouse Academy and IAM launch Creating and Maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) Course.

Our new SAMP course offers a practical and pragmatic approach into the development of effective strategies for asset management, and how it can be developed to be organization-specific.

Our renowned education faculty, the Woodhouse Academy, and the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) continue to inspire individuals and organizations to formulate and realize innovative solutions to modern Asset Management challenges. Following a successful transition of their renowned IAM qualification courses to virtual classroom education, the Woodhouse team of experts partnered with the IAM to introduce two new courses – Creating and Maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) and ISO 55001 Gap Closure and Developing an Asset Management System (AMS).

Managing Director, John Woodhouse, said “We are delighted to further develop our working partnership with the IAM with the launch of the SAMP and AMS courses and believe these, and other short course content, is a perfect fit for our own and the IAM’s clients and powerfully complements their practices and guidance”.

Those creating meaningful and effective strategies for their organizations can find it a challenging, yet vital, task. The SAMP course introduces the concepts, roles, and benefits of a SAMP to achieve essential alignments between organizational objectives with the realities of asset management capabilities and explains how to develop your SAMP to be organization-specific.

Suitable for those who already have a basic understanding of Asset Management principles and practices. The Creating and Maintaining a Strategic Asset Management Plan (SAMP) course includes plenty of real-world examples and interactive exercises and is for anyone responsible for Strategic Asset Management planning. For more information, including course overview, scope and booking information, head to our Academy

 

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John Woodhouse

With 30 years’ experience in utilities, oil & gas, transport and other sectors, John is one of the most widely known experts in integrated asset management projects for some of the largest companies in the world.

John is a Founder and Life Fellow of the IAM; he has written 4 books, chaired the development of BSI PAS55 and represents the UK on the ISO55000 committee.

He also led the international MACRO and SALVO collaboration projects in optimised asset management decision-making.

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