Surveying Practices – Learning Outcome
The module will be delivered using a diverse range of teaching methods to understand; the ability to accurately obtain required information for all asset types (Mechanical, electrical, fabric, specialist assets), to highlight the skills and techniques required to enable the surveyor to accurately; describe relevant repair /remedial works during lifecycle, condition and dilapidation surveys, ability to breakdown parent/child links for asset types and systems, condition rate assets, provide budget replacement costs, capture accurate asset attributes as necessary, understand schematic drawings, technical O&M manuals and site information.
Identify the ideal tools and equipment required for surveying.
Surveyors would be assessed on their ability to understand and implement detailed asset project specifications and skills required to control and manage data integrity and quality using Assets55 proprietary software applications for asset collection, planned preventative maintenance and forward maintenance registers. Understand the importance of process, procedures and standards for implementing Asset Management systems.