Good asset management maximizes value-for-money for stakeholders, whether public or private sector. It involves planning, coordination, asset selection, acquisition/development, utilization, maintenance management and finally the disposal or decommissioning of assets.
This course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of how fixed assets and capital equipment’s are managed better by having in a structured approach. Maintenance, engineering or IT departments have a major role in ensuring the optimal performance of critical equipment’s.
This very helpful, practical training course is available now in Kuala Lumpur and throughout Malaysia, organised by Big Berry Consulting
- Physical management of assets, whether the assets are localized or spatial assets, through efficient coding and tagging systems
- Maintaining fixed assets registry – ensuring all assets are accounted for and managed through an efficient system of recording right from acquisition to disposal
- Asset Life Cycle Model/Asset Whole Life Model that helps to formulate appropriate maintenance strategies and expose the organization to asset risk analysis
- Financial perspective of asset management – looks at the cost of acquisition, time value of money and other commonly overlooked costs in managing assets throughout its productive life
- Situation audit and periodic inventory auditing to ensure physical controls exist and custodians take responsibility of the assets under their charge