ASSET INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS COURSE
The Asset Information Requirements course presents the importance of information in Asset management (the information value chain). It defines the Asset and Asset Information Requirements in the context of ISO19650-3, focusing on the methodology to develop the Asset Information Requirements, AIR.
Upon completion of the course, the participants will be able to answer questions such as:
What is an asset?
Why do we need structured information to operate and maintain our assets?
What do we mean by Asset Information Requirements, (AIR) and how does this align with Project information requirements, PIR and Exchange Information Requirements, EIR and Organisational Information Requirements, OIR?
Where to start to develop Asset Information Requirements?
Definition of the Asset and Asset information
In this part, we will understand the meaning of asset and asset information in construction.
Develop Asset Information Requirements
In this part, we learn about the basic concepts of developing Asset Information Requirements.
In this part, we present a few exercises to test your knowledge on what you have learned.
The training is delivered through an online educational platform through video tutorials, a quiz, a portfolio activity,
an e-book, further study material and an assessment test, offering an engaging learning experience.
WHO IS THIS COURSE FOR
The course is relevant to a large number of stakeholders, including:
Asset owners/operators who are responsible for operating and maintaining the as-built assets throughout the operation phase.
Asset/Facility managers and Asset Planners who work on behalf of the Asset Owner/Operators and lead the creation of Asset Information Requirements.
People working on projects - such as designers, contractors and supply chain - who need to apply the Asset Information Requirements, AIR and understand what information they need to produce and for what purpose.
MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR
CEng CWEM PMP | Asset Information Manager
Alex is a Chartered Civil Engineer (UK Engineering Council) with a Master's degree in Water Resources Management. With more than 15 years of experience, Alex has had the privilege to work on a range of water sector projects in different parts of the world, including the UK, the Middle East, and South East Europe.