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Growing your asset management talent

[Johannesburg, 14 April 2014] - The growing interest and importance of asset management globally and especially in the South African market is presenting a challenge to organisations as to how they can best keep their engineering or asset management resources up to date with the many facets and best practices that are emerging from think-tanks like ISO and GFMAM. A workshop on this interesting topic will be presented at the inaugural SAAMA (Southern African Asset Management Association) physical asset management conference, which takes place from 12 to 14 May 2014 at the CTICC in Cape Town.

Tim Beavon, Partner Support Manager at Pragma, says: "Pragma, as a leading provider of asset management services, is keenly aware of this challenge since it cuts to the heart of our value proposition in the market. The workshop is a case study of the holistic approach that Pragma has taken to continuous professional development in the field of asset management, and how Pragma is meeting the challenge head-on with a highly engaged workforce in a diverse and distributed environment."

From Bloom's taxonomy, ADDIE principles and life skills, Pragma is equipping its asset practitioners with the skills and resources to ensure that they are seen as the subject matter experts in the asset management field. The workshop will look at three approaches to continuous professional development:
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Growing your asset management talent

Last updated: 14 April 2014