Our portfolio of asset management courses includes e-learning modules and webinars. We’ve designed them so people can access asset management learning anytime, anywhere.
This asset wisdom empowerment is known as awe! Launched in 2012, it’s designed to make asset wisdom accessible to everyone.
Some of our partners choose to use our accredited learning, and add their own branding. Our learning is adaptable, and tailored to you.
The accessibility of asset management is integral to what we do. That’s why we created a global network of partners who can offer our services alongside theirs.
Coinciding with the launch of the international ISO 55000 Asset Management Standard, in 2014 we welcomed the first of our partners. Since then, our worldwide partnerships have continued to grow, with consultancies, engineering companies, insurance firms and learning academies as part of our partnership teams. Some are niche players, while others are industry giants with a global reach.
Recently, we became the first UK company to be awarded BSI Associate Consultant status, so we can now help clients achieve ISO55k accreditation themselves.
A better world
At Asset Wisdom, we aim to help both public and private sector organisations achieve their business goals effectively and sustainably.
Alongside our partners, we strive for the world’s resources to be used more responsibly. Together, we can make asset wisdom widespread.
If you’re involved in asset management, and developing sustainable ways to manage assets, we’d love to hear from you.
Contact us or call us on +44 (0)1937 222 126
Our key skills lie in asset management, learning and partnership working.
After initially working as a nurse, June progressed to the management of health through facilities management and the creation of public/private joint ventures. In 2003, she set up the NHS’ Core Learning Unit and took it to 300,000 users: a world high at the time. June is key to building the relationships that lie behind our rapid growth.
Chris has extensive experience in asset and project management across various sectors. His diligence means he is process-focused and committed to delivering a clear brief on time and on budget.
Kevin’s expertise lies in research, running learning sets and facilitation. He’s particularly interested in how language, design and facilitation techniques encourage people to adopt asset management, and how new methods can be effectively implemented.