The Asset Leadership Network’s A55K Professional Certification validates an individual’s knowledge and ability to participate in ISO 55000 implementations. Please check out the A55K Professional Certification web page for details about a course in the Washington, D.C. area January 28 – 31, 2019. The course is provided by ALN member organization Andrew James Advisory Group and includes instruction from Jim Dieter, ALN CEO.
The course will be held at the offices of Grant Thornton at 1000 Wilson Boulevard, Arlington, Virginia. For details, contact Boyd Beal at firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will include a review of the new ISO 55002 document that was just revised and published at the end of 2018.
By the end of the course you will:
- be able to build your own Strategic Asset Management Plan that will accelerate your organization’s path to ISO 55001 Certification;
- create strategic line-of-business alignment, plan for change, and seize the opportunities brought about by asset optimization based on the ISO 55000 methodology;
- have the opportunity to sit for the ALN A55K Professional Certification exam;
- connect with and leverage a robust and established group of like-minded individuals who share past experiences, both positive and negative, and more.
Jim Dieter, ALN CEO, will again be teaching the course. He has significant insight on ISO 55000 because he was the ANSI Head of US Delegation to ISO TC 251 for the development of ISO 55000 management system for asset management. He is also the developer of seven ASTM International Asset Management technical standards and is an asset management consultant with experience in multiple sectors.
A55K Professional Certification provides recognition of an individual’s understanding of the ISO 55000/1/2 Standards and best practices needed to satisfy the requirements of the standard as an implementation team member. Andrew James Advisory Group’s training emphasizes the foundation elements, requirements, and guidance necessary to fully understand the ISO 55000/1/2 standard and to satisfy the specific requirements of organizational certification to the certification.