We believe in a holistic approach to training, where your asset management training requirements are not isolated activities, but rather part of your broader asset management strategy. Since 2005, our training programmes and courses have been developed with a deep understanding of our clients’ training requirements and various role based needs to enable teams to perform at their peak and organisations to achieve their strategic objectives.
We’ve designed a comprehensive process to evaluate the success or failure of training programmes, including estimating and validating the financial value generated from each project implementation. You will find that the value generated through the learning application and project implementation far exceeded the cost of the training, resulting in quantifiable benefits. For one client, it created a 600% ROI.
We partner with clients to develop bespoke training programmes to include client-specific examples, case studies and terminology. Creating a clear understanding of each role’s value, contribution, and responsibilities helps team members understand where they fit into the bigger team. Coupled with learning pathways, this approach paves the way for succession planning and structured career development.
Define roles, competencies and individual learning pathways
Customise generic AM training with local terms and examples
Infrastructure support - clients use our learning management system
Deliver blended learning: on-line, face-to-face, remote with exercises
Mentoring and workplace coaching for application and results
The training helped me greatly with the implementation of the asset management improvement project in the department. It raised awareness and aided the change management process by creating buy-in at certain levels of the organisation.
Contact sessions with the facilitator, an experienced Pragma consultant, allowed teams to regroup, share experiences and further enhance learning and make it directly applicable to their work environment.”
The intent was to create a common understanding of maintenance management among all plant engineers and to establish a minimum level of maintenance maturity across all plants.