Our asset management training courses are developed and are delivered by experienced, senior asset management practitioners. Many of our trainers have played an active role in the development of best practices, as a result our learners get the highest quality of training.
Our trainers are skilled in using their knowledge and experience to bring asset management principles, concepts and methods to life for learners and are committed to the ten principles set out here.
Asset Management trainers are subject to independent customer satisfaction surveys.
Join our international Asset Management training team
If you are an Asset Management practitioner, committed to the IAM vision of the journey to asset management excellence we are interested in hearing from you. Previous training, coaching and mentoring experience is desirable. Trainers must hold an IAM Certificate and IAM Diploma qualification. Where you are based is not a barrier, but North America, Australia and South East Asia are preferred. Above all, we offer excellent contractual terms to the right candidates. You can contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhonda has more than 40 years of experience in managing and administering a variety of facilities and programs in the water environment sector. Her experience includes developing and implementing training programs for public and private sector personnel, developing regulations for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA), as well as knowledge management and management consulting, condition assessments, business practice evaluations, asset management and life cycle costing, engineering design, construction and O&M renewals and operations for facilities and systems. She is a certified Texas Water and Wastewater Operator and approved Operations Trainer, as well as a licensed Wastewater Operator in Ontario, Canada. She is also a registered Texas Professional Engineer in Texas, a P. Eng, in Ontario, Canada, a Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a Diploma in Asset Management from the Institute of Asset Management (IAM). Ms. Harris is a leader in asset management and O&M issues, working for change and improvement in the global environment.
Nick has significant experience of Asset Management as both a consultant and trainer of ISO 55000 & PAS55 assessments and gap analysis, Whole Life Cost development, risk and criticality profiling, asset information and Asset Management system specification. His key consultancy skills include presentation (oral and written), facilitation, coaching, asset data and financial analysis, business case development, investment case writing and process redesign. His skill set also prominently features the ability to define and manage a major programme of work requiring collaboration across multiple teams while sharing information that contributes to the project’s success. Nick is our leading Asset Management trainer in the Asia region.
Richard has extensive experience of implementing Asset Management principles over a large and diverse portfolio of assets, from an asset owner perspective operating as internal consultant in rail, airports, steel and energy sectors. Having held senior roles within rail and airport companies, Richard has proven experience in implementing Asset Management, and supporting top management to deliver change. He has proven leadership capability and has extensive technical and people management capabilities.
Paul has extensive experience of implementing Asset Management principles over a large and diverse portfolio of assets, both from an asset owner perspective and as a consultant in airports, rail and energy sectors. Having held senior roles within airport companies, Paul is a proven leader in technical and people management disciplines.
Experienced in diagnosing and improving businesses through Asset Management assessment techniques including PAS55, ISO 55001 & GFMAM 39 Subjects.
Paul is also an accomplished trainer in Asset Management principles and techniques with experience in developing and delivering bespoke training programmes and delivering IAM Endorsed Training to public attendees.
Donald has over 28 years in the electricity industry in a wide range of roles in operational sites, head office and the corporate office. He has worked as a subject matter expert, a fixer and a manager / leader of small and large teams of staff, agency and contractors and is experienced in leading programmes including working with consultancies including PA, PWC, Accenture. Donald has a track record of getting value from consultants and mixed teams.
Manjit is a well-accomplished expert in business process reengineering and training nationally and internationally.
She has a wealth of experience and specialises in commercial development, designing, creating, implementing and delivering
change programmes for large organisations globally in the areas of risk and value management.
She is a recognised industry expert in training and has successful gained 2 national awards in the UK. (Utility achievement Award ‘Training’ and Water Industry Achievement Award’ best people initiative’ in risk management.
As an active elected board executive for the Institute of Value management (UK) in the last 9 years she has been responsible for creating world-class best practice in value management excellence globally.
She also holds a position on the Certification Board for the Institute of Value Management whereby she is responsible for the accreditation of qualifications, certification and influences the European Governing Board in the future direction of VM/VE from a competence development and assurance perspective.
Geoff is a highly experienced asset management engineer, providing asset management consulting services to clients throughout Australia and the Pacific, primarily in the local government and water sectors. He has strong capabilities in the strategic, tactical, and operational areas, with practical experience in the key asset life-cycle phases from asset creation to decommissioning. These, and his passion for capacity development, are invaluable attributes he brings to his training sessions.
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Paul is a highly experienced asset and operational manager with a history of delivery across a wide variety of sectors including oil & gas, process, pharmaceuticals, transport, power generation & utilities in Europe, Middle East & Southeast Asia. Experienced in capital investment planning, design, operations & maintenance Paul brings invaluable practical experience to his training sessions.
Paul is also a visiting lecturer at Manchester University where he lectures on strategy, organisation and auditing on their Reliability Engineering & Asset Management MSc.
John has over 30 years “hands on” experience within asset owning utilities. He has held senior engineering, finance, regulatory, asset management and leadership roles. This gives him the ability to bring perspectives from all parts of asset owning organisations into the training environment.
He is a member of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM) and former IAM Council member. John is also a member of the Institution of Gas Engineers and Managers, a member of the IET Asset Management TPN Executive and a British Standards committee member.
Ruth has over 20 years’ experience in asset-intensive industries including water and waste water, rail, petrochemical, oil & gas as well as government planning. Formerly a director of the Institute of Asset Management and GM Strategic Asset Management at NSW Rail Corporation (Australia), she has successfully built and managed expert teams in the infrastructure sector. More recently she has moved into the provision of strategic consultancy and has extensive experience in delivering training on complex Asset Management issues to senior managers in asset intensive businesses. Ruth is an Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Endorsed Trainer.