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Asset management plans master class 2017

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The role of your asset management department is of vital importance as it determines the operational performance and
ultimate profitability of your business. In today’s volatile climate, with depressed market ageing assets, your asset team is faced with the challenging task of making sure that your assets system delivers optimal performance, control
operational cost throughout the asset’s life cycle, and effectively managing the risk involved.

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Asset management plans master class 2017

  1. 1. For immediate registration, contact us on +27 11 036 5241 email info@sactem.co.za ASSET MANAGEMENT PLANS MASTER CLASS Date: 15 - 17 FEBRUARY 2017 Venue: The Manhattan Hotel Pretoria
  2. 2. For immediate registration, contact us on +27 11 036 5241 email info@sactem.co.za Course Overview The role of your asset management department is of vital importance as it determines the operational performance and ultimate profitability of your business. In today’s volatile climate, with depressed market ageing assets, your asset team is faced with the challenging task of making sure that your assets system delivers optimal performance, control operational cost throughout the asset’s life cycle, and effectively managing the risk involved. You have to advance your asset management practices by also complying with regulatory framework and understand how it can impact planning and profitability in your organization. We know you should have technology in place to track and maintain your assets, but are you currently optimizing these resources? Your failure to manage and maintain this system can result in decreased reliability, underused asset, misplaced items, equipment failure, increased operational costs and purchasing of unnecessary assets. It is with this background that SACTEM has developed this highly interactive 3 days Master Class to equip you with tools to help better manage your assets and technology appropriately. Our training sets out the vision, core values and objectives which form the context for the preparation of Service Asset Management Plans and Corporate Service Asset Management Plans This training will show how your approach to managing land, property and other capital assets fits within corporate and government planning framework to ensure that they contribute to the achievement of corporate priorities. It will also demonstrate through relevant case studies the progress you need to make to identify the next steps in the quest to continue to improve the management of your Assets and the objectives set out in your organization’s Assets Management Strategy Training Methodology This seminar will not rely on a series of lectures to tell you what you should be doing. Instead it uses a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual visioning exercises and syndicate discussions, to allow you to see and feel for yourself the power of the creative mind. Formal inputs are used to introduce a limited amount of underpinning theory. A key part of the learning process is sharing the differing experiences participants bring, as well as experimenting with novel – and sometimes challenging – techniques. WHO SHOULD ATTEND? • Asset Managers & Officers • Maintenance Managers • Technical Service Managers & officers • Auditors • Risk Managers • Facility Managers • Procurement Managers • Integrated Development Programme (IDP) Managers & Officer • Infrastructure Development Managers • Municipal Officers • Project Managers Why Attend? You will learn the latest trends and International Best Practices in Asset Management Plans including: • Practical knowledge on Asset Registers • Learn tips to practically improve accountability and responsibility on assets in your organization • Master the alignment of Asset Financial Reporting with International Financial Reporting Standards ( IFRS) • Gain insight on how to reduce the total life-cycle costs of assets through better maintenance, tracking spare parts, planning and disposal of equipment • Get the latest regulatory updates, policy developments and tier impact on Asset Management. • Put asset first to save your organization money and in turn avoid risk effectively. • Maintain a high level dedication to improve your asset and risk management directives and practices • Develop an effective asset management plan • Find the right asset technology that works best for your organisation YOUR EXPERT THOUGHT LEADER: J J.NGWENYA, BA (Hons); MBA; Phil J J. Ngwenya is an acclaimed facilitator who has extensive hands-on- experience in both public and private sector environments with an enviable 20 yrs consulting experience ranging from Asset Management, Supply Chain Management, Human Resources, Records Management, Customer Relations, Offce Management, and Project Management. John is a Director of the Gauteng Shared Services Centre. He is currently studying towards a Doctoral Degree at the Prestigious Da Vinci Institute
  3. 3. For immediate registration, contact us on +27 11 036 5241 email info@sactem.co.za COURSE CONTENT 08H00 Registrations and Morning Tea 08h30 Facilitator’s Opening Remarks and Course Overview 08H45 Session 1 DAY ONE INTRODUCTION TO ASSET MANAGEMENT • What is Asset? - Fix Asset - Movable Assets - Financial Assets - Information and Software • What is Asset Management? - What is an Asset Register - The purpose of an Asset Register - What is an Asset Management Plan ( AMP) - The purpose of an Asset Management Plan THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ASSETS AND DELIVERY OF PROGRAMMES 10H30Tea Break 11H00 CREATING AN EFFECTIVE ASSET REGISTER This Session includes a practical exercise on the creation of an Asset Register • Key Concepts in Asset Management • Features of an Asset Register • Asset verification • Frequency of updating an Asset Register • Value of the Asset owned by the organization • Incorporation of IT systems to an Asset Register • Identification and Classification Systems Practical Exercise 13H00 Lunch Time 14H00 ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN (AMP) This Session includes Case Study References on: • An integrated approach to Asset Management • Guidelines for Asset inventory, preparation and valuation • Monitoring and controlling your Asset database • How to identify and implement maintenance requirements • Recording and monitoring asset usage continually Case Study Analysis 15H00 Mid Afternoon Tea Break LEGAL FRAMEWORK: ACTS AND POLICIES AND THEIR IMPACT ON ASSET MANAGEMENT • Municipal Financial Management (MFMA) Act, 2003 • Government Wide Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA) • Public Finance Management Act • International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) • Generally Accepted Municipal Accounting Policies (GAMAP) • Case Study Analysis ASSET LIFE CYCLE: PRACTICES AND PROCESSES - Asset Amortization • Condition Assessment table • Fixed Asset Rehabilitation Programme - Strategic Planning o The alignment of service delivery strategies with assets o Analysis of existing assets versus assets required to meet service delivery requirements - Acquisition Planning and Management
  4. 4. For immediate registration, contact us on +27 11 036 5241 email info@sactem.co.za DAY TWO o Additional assets o Upgrades and / or Improvements - Operation, Maintenance Planning and Management o Performance and condition assessments o Prioritized Maintenance Budget - Disposal Planning and Management o Maximization of benefits of disposals within financial and other resource constraints o Responsibility for Asset Management o Bar coding of assets o Procedure for writing off & disposal of redundant, obsolete or unserviceable fixed assets - Performance Management o Monitor and review to ensure compliance and accountability o Understand the basic principles of Asset depreciation/amortization 10H30 Mid Morning Tea Break 11H00 APPLICATION OF ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY TO ASSIST IN ASSET MANAGEMENT - The importance of choosing a user- friendly IT system that meets your requirements - Understanding the impact of revaluation of assets on efficiency - Management and Tracking technologies (from Bar coding and Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to EAM and CMM software.) ASSET RISK MANAGEMENT: DETECTING THE UNKNOWN • Identifying critical risk through ‘Real Time Risk Management’ • Reducing ‘Process Risk’ to deliver bottom line results - Implementing an integrated Asset Management Approach - Contingency Planning: How can you build flexibility into the Asset Management Plan? - Case Study Analysis INTRODUCTION TO THE HUMAN RESOURCE: HUMAN ASSET MANAGEMENT - Considering Human as an asset - Evaluating the risk without Human asset management - Introducing possible solution for managing human asset o Evaluating how to source the right people o Establishing a team for asset management - Teams composition, roles and responsibilities DAY THREE 08H00 Morning Tea Registration ASSET MANAGEMENT POLICIES & PROCEDURES KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT TO ENHANCE ASSET MANAGEMENT - The benefits of introducing a Knowledge Management Culture - Reviewing challenges and possible solutions - Presenting a successful implementation of the knowledge Management Culture - Panel Discussion 10H30 Mid Morning Tea Break Session 10 ASSETS MANAGEMENT IN A GLOBAL ECONOMIC CRISIS This session is mainly discussion-centered where delegates Will share experience with peers oThe session will try to address the following: under the present economic environment oCritical factor when managing ageing assets oAvailable solutions in the market 13H00Lunch Time 14H00 Facilitator’s Closing Remarks & Evaluation of the Training Workshop 15H00 Award of Delegates’ Certificate & Departure 16H00End of the Workshop
  5. 5. ASSET MANAGEMENT PLANS MASTER CLASS 15 - 17 FEBRUARY 2017 DELEGATE FEE STRUCTURE R12, 999.00 Venue: Manhattan Hotel Pretoria SA CORPORATE TRAINING EVENTS MANAGEMENT FIRST NATIONAL BANK BRANCH: RANDBURG SQUARE ACCOUNT NUMBER: 62622202696 BRANCH CODE: 261750 SWIFT CODE: FIRNZAJJ840 TO IMMEDIATELY BOOK A PLACE AT THIS EVENT, CONTACT US ON: TEL: +27 11 036 5241 OR FAX:+27 86 585 6224 OR EMAIL: info@sactem.co.za REGISTRATION FORM TERMS AND CONDITIONS Accepted applications to aflend the SACTEM conference or training course (“Event”) are in every case subject to these terms and conditions: Payment Terms – To secure your registration, payment must be made in full upon receipt of invoice. Confirmation of Registration – Application for registration will not be accepted/confirmed before payment is received (and applications may be treated by SACTEM as having lapsed if payment is not received within 10 (ten) days of invoice). Right of Admission – SACTEM reserves the right to refuse admission to the Event where evidence of full payment cannot be produced. Included in Conference/Course Fee – are lunch, refreshments provided by SACTEM and such detailed conference/course material as SACTEM deems appropriate. Views of Speakers at any Conference or Training Course – are their own and do not necessarily reflect the views of SACTEM, its employees, agents or contractors. Delegate Substitutions – may be made at any time without incurring additional charges (SACTEM to be notified in writing of any such changes). Delegate Cancellations – must be received by SACTEM in writing and cancellations received 15 working days before Event start-date, entitle the cancelling delegate to a full credit of amounts paid to date of cancellation which may only be redeemed against the cost of any future SACTEM Event, within one year from date of such cancellation; any cancellations received less than 15 working days before the Event start-date, do not entitle the cancelling delegate to any refund or credit note and the full fee must be paid; SACTEM Substitutions and Cancellations Speakers and topics are confirmed at the time of publishing of the programme, but SACTEM reserves the right to substitute, alter or cancel advertised speakers and/or topics in appropriate circumstances (and will give notice of such substitutions or alterations on its web-site and or in writing as soon as possible, having regard to the circumstances). If SACTEM cancels an Event, delegate payments at the date of cancellation will be credited to a future SACTEM Event (such credit is available for up to one year from the date of cancellation). If SACTEM postpones an Event, delegate payments at the postponement date will be credited towards the rescheduled Event. If the delegate is unable to afend the rescheduled Event, the delegate will receive a full credit of amounts paid up to the date of postponement which may only be redeemed against the cost of any future SACTEM Event (and such credit will be available for one year from the date of postponement). No cash refunds whatsoever are available for cancellations or postponements. Indemnity – SACTEM is absolved from and indemnified against any loss or damage as a result of substitution, alteration or cancellation/postponement of an Event arising from any cause whatsoever, including, without limitation, any fortuitous event, Act of God, unforeseen occurrence or any other event that renders performance of the Event impracticable or impossible. A “fortuitous event” includes, but is not limited to, war, fire, flood, riot, industrial action, extreme weather or other emergency. Warranty of Authority – The signatory warrants that he/she has the authority to sign this Application and agrees to be personally liable to SACTEM for payments falling due pursuant thereto should such warranty be breached AUTHORISATION AND COMPANY DETAILS The signatory must be authorised to sign on behalf of the stated company. I acknowledge that I have read and understood all of the Payment Methods, Policies and Terms & Conditions. Company: Tel: Address: VAT # if applicable: Name of Authoriser: Signature: DELEGATE 1 DETAILS Name: Designation: Email: Tel: DELEGATE 2 DETAILS Name: Designation: Email: Tel: DELEGATE 3 DETAILS Name: Designation: Email: Tel:

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