Salvo Global will be holding a series of masterclasses that concentrate on improving practice management skills. The Project Management series is composed of the Project Scheduling and Risk Management Masterclass, followed by Cost Engineering and Budget Management for Projects Masterclass which will be held on 6-7 March 2017 and 8-10 March 2017 respectively in Makati, Philippines .
The indicator of the success and quality of a project is the Iron Triangle of Project Management: scope, schedule, and cost. Like puzzle pieces, project managers are tasked to put together a productive schedule and a balanced costing, all in the desired outcome of the client. By manning the three constraints well, you ensure profitability and high quality on delivery.
With this in mind, Salvo created a series that focuses on a holistic approach that will ensure successful project delivery. The 2-day Project Scheduling and Risk Management Masterclass will help delegates learn how to develop an accurate schedule and identify project risks more efficiently. Important sessions to be discussed in the event include best practices in scheduling, schedule and budget risk analysis, and risks in contracting. Followed by the 3-day Cost Engineering and Budget Management for Projects Masterclass, delegates will also learn how to ensure appropriate balance between technical aspects and related costs of projects. Through interactive discussions and exercises, delegates will be taught important techniques on budget and costs controls and Earned Value Management.
The international trainer for these courses was a member of the Board of Directors for the Project Management Institute (PMI) with over 35 years of experience in project and program management. He is the president of an international firm that offers consultation and training in project management. In 2009, he won PMI’s Significant Contribution Award for being actively involved in the organization, having served on both local and national committees. Companies that have benefitted with the trainer’s expertise include Meralco PowerGen Corporation, Philippine Airlines, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, Chevron, Eskom, General Electric, and more.
Registration for the course is now open. For full disclosure of event details such as Course Agenda and Trainer’s Profile, proceed to the event page of the program you’re interested in and download the brochure. For other concerns, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salvo will hold a masterclass on maintenance for engineers and professionals responsible for their organisation’s plants and machineries entitled Advanced Preventive & Predictive Maintenance which will be held on the following dates and locations:
- 6-8 February 2017 in Jakarta, Indonesia
- 20-22 February 2017 in Makati, Philippines
- 1-3 March 2017 in Accra, Ghana
- 6-8 March 2017 in Johannesburg, South Africa
The biggest issue maintenance professionals have is creating a maintenance plant that will help conduct maintenance processes efficiently in the future. Mastering the craft in creating a balance between the different types of maintenance strategies can be quite a challenge, but when accomplished, it can be beneficial to the organisation’s plant and machineries – reduce costs, increase safety, and increase revenue.
Salvo’s 3-day masterclass is a practical how-to-do-it guide for implementing, measuring results and successfully applying today’s best practices for Preventive (PM) and Predictive Maintenance (PdM). Major areas of discussion will include predictive maintenance economics, strategic maintenance management, potential failure mode & effect analysis, risk & criticality analysis, and CMMS integration and reporting. By the end of the course, delegates will be able to efficiently select and distinguish which equipment components should be part of your preventive maintenance plan and determine the most efficient methodology on how to establish the optimal inspection frequency for equipment in continuous operation.
The international trainer for this course is an acclaimed maintenance and integrity specialist with more than 30 years of experience. He has led his teams to many maintenance and engineering excellence awards and presented numerous award-winning papers in maintenance and engineering conferences over the years. He is a past General Manager of Maintenance and Engineer in Cairn Energy, one of the leading oil & gas companies in the world. Some of the companies that have attended his workshops and presentations include Power Gen, Wood Group, Siemens, Total, Sasol, and Shell.
The course will be beneficial for technical engineers and professionals handling and are responsible for their organisations’ maintenance, as well as the overall smooth operations and processes of their organisations’ plants and machineries. These include Superintendents, Managers, Supervisors, Heads of Department, Engineers, and Directors of departments such as Maintenance, Planning & Scheduling, Reliability, Physical Asset Management, and Plant Management from the Manufacturing, Power & Utilities, Oil & Gas, and other fields that are concerned with maintenance of plants and machineries.
Registration for each course is now open. For full disclosure of investment fee, course agenda and trainer’s profile, click on the schedule you’re interested in joining to be directed to the event page. For queries and other concerns, you may contact Salvo at email@example.com.
There will be a masterclass focused on supply chain entitled Tactical Demand, Supply & Inventory Management which will be held on 23-25 November 2016 in Makati, Philippines. The course will be targeting inventory management practitioners seeking to broaden their scope and knowledge on the field.
The economic growth that the Philippines is currently experiencing has created a need for a better and advanced approach when dealing with supply and demand. Traditional supply chain practices can no longer sustain the rapid changes in the market. To remain on the radar of competition, companies need to look for ways they can optimize demand, supply and inventory management in order to be more equipped when planning and anticipating changes in the business landscape.
With this in mind, the 3-day masterclass is designed to equip professionals with best practices and in-depth knowledge to cope and prosper in issues that can hinder their business operations. By the end of the course, delegates will gain an appreciation and more knowledge of a range of better practices, concepts and techniques on how to master the tools needed to effectively manage global supply chain activity, maximize ROI on the systems and technologies within their organisations, understand the potential cost versus the true cost of the warehouse operation, and more.
The course is specifically designed for procurement, supply chain, logistics, and material managers and directors who wish to broaden and update their skills and knowledge. It is also beneficial for procurement and supply chain personnel seeking supply chain integration and those who need to understand the impact of supply chain decisions upon their company’s performance. These include departments such as – but not limited to: Production and Inventory Management, Supply Chain Management, Demand Forecasting, Logistics and Distribution, Procurement, Demand Planning, Spare Parts Management, Warehousing, Sales & Marketing, and other related fields.
Leading the course is a renowned supply chain expert with over 50 years of experience who has served in several executive roles in major companies in the manufacturing process industry specializing in manufacturing and distribution logistics. He is the past Chairman and National President of APICS Australia who has also received the APICS lifetime membership award. He develops and delivers certification courses for APICS members and is a regular speaker in Supply Chain conferences and summits in Asia, Middle East, USA, Africa, and Europe.
Registration for the course is now open. For full disclosure of Course Agenda, Trainer’s Profile, and other important details, you can download the brochure. Registering for the course can also be done online by clicking here. For other queries and concerns, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salvo Global will be organizing a masterclass entitled World-Class Treasury Management which will target Corporate Treasury professionals. The course is set on *13-15 February 2017 and is to be held at Jakarta, Indonesia.
The unpredictable shifting of big economies has created a demand in advancing the skills of today’s treasurers. Many lag behind growing and staying efficient in operations such as those that relate to cash management, investments, risk management for currencies and interest rates. Without effective treasury strategies and competent treasurers, companies face financial loss, reputational damage, or worse, bankruptcy.
With this in mind, Salvo’s 3-day masterclass on corporate treasury aim to improve treasury and finance departments to operate efficiently in a global marketplace in order to support their competitive position. The course is designed to answer the demand for improving visibility and control over risk, optimization of cash, and working capital to reduce requirements for external funding and lower cost of operation. It will feature a mix of international best practices, case studies, group exercises and discussion points that delegates can directly apply in their own companies.
The recommended – but not limited to – participants for this course are CFOs, MDs, Treasurers, Assistant Treasurers, Directors of Treasury, VP Finance, Directors, Bankers, and Senior Managers responsible for corporate treasury, liquidity management, bank marketing, internal audit, finance, and accounting, and other related fields.
Leading the course is a US Consultant with more than 30 years of experience in the field. His expertise include global cash management, cash forecasting, treasury technology, investments, debt, foreign exchange, and working capital management. He has held various senior positions in Corporate Treasury and was also the former Chairman of the Association of Finance Professionals (AFP).
Registration for the course is now open. For full disclosure of Course Agenda, Trainer’s Profile, and more important details, you can download a brochure by clicking here. Registering is now quick and easy. You can register online by clicking here. For other enquiries, contact Salvo Global at email@example.com.
*The course was previously set on 28-30 November 2016.
Salvo Global will hold a masterclass entitled Advanced Preventive and Predictive Maintenance on 28-30 November 2016 in Accra, Ghana. The course will target maintenance professionals handling plants and machineries.
Maintenance has a significant impact on the expenditure in business operations. Whether it is Preventive or Predictive, maintenance professionals must be knowledgeable on the different methodologies to be able to find the fitting solution to their maintenance dilemmas. While Preventive and Predictive Maintenance differ on the execution on how to maintain and prolong life-cycle of equipment, they have similar objectives: to establish a routine that will allow operations to run on its maximum standards. They are both important fragments of maintenance and professionals need to know when they are to be applied.
Salvo’s Preventive and Predictive Maintenance masterclass is a practical “How-to-Do-it Guide” for implementing, measuring results and successfully applying today’s best practices for Preventive (PM) and Predictive Maintenance (PdM). In addition, delegates will be introduced to strategies that will enhance and improve PM & PdM – Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Total Productive Maintenance (TPM).
This course is relevant to technical engineers and professionals who handle and are responsible for their organisations’ maintenance; as well as the overall smooth operations and processes in plants and machineries. These include professionals from industries such as Power & Utilities, Mining, Manufacturing, Utilities, and Oil & Gas.
The international trainer for this course has over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Maintenance Management. He has trained more than 15,000 managers and supervisors from over 3,000 organisations in more than 20 countries. He has a vast experience in a wide variety of industry sector experience in industries such as Mining, Utilities & Power Generation, Oil & Gas, Petrochemical, and Manufacturing. He is also a frequent speaker at maintenance and engineering conferences and has published several maintenance management books.
Registration for the course is now open. There will be Early Bird Rates for delegates registering before 10 October 2016. For full disclosure of event details such as the Investment Fee, download a brochure here. You may also register online through the event page. For queries and other concerns, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A masterclass entitled World-Class Compliance Management will be held on 16-18 November 2016 in Makati, Philippines. The masterclass will be organized by Salvo Global for professionals who handle and are responsible for their organisation’s compliance management.
Compliance is becoming a multifaceted discipline. It has evolved from a technical discipline that is mainly focused on complying with the narrow confines of the law to the mainstream of governance and risk management. Influential professionals in the field need to be able to match their management skills and methods with those of their C-level counterparts. If not, they are unlikely to be taken seriously.
The 3-day masterclass will engage delegates in appreciating and gaining better knowledge of the better practice, concepts, and techniques that will assist in the development of their compliance management that is aligned to their organisation’s risk management and ethical frameworks. Delegates will gain an in-depth understanding of how culture is central to effective compliance and why regulators around the world are now making this a major priority. The course will make use of case studies that demonstrate the significant damage to a company’s market value when compliance fails. Lastly, delegates will see how adoption on a more business-focused approach to the management of compliance can increase their influence in the C-suite.
Leading the course is the Director of a corporate & risk consulting firm in Australia who has over 30 years of experience as a regulator in corporate and financial services, holding key positions in the industry. The trainer is particularly sought out by clients seeking to ensure that their governance, compliance, and risk management frameworks align and operate cost effectively while engaging staff and management. He maintains a high profile as a regular presenter on compliance and risk management at industry seminars & in-house courses in Asia Pacific, Middle East, and Africa.
This course is uniquely designed for professionals responsible for their organisation’s compliance management. These include, but are not limited to, Compliance Officers & Managers, Directors & Senior Managers, Risk Managers, Auditors & Audit Managers, Corporate Secretary, Legal Advisers and Lawyers, In-house Corporate Counsel, Governance, and Internal Control.
Registration for the course is now open. To register online, click here. For full disclosure of investment fee, brochures, and other enquiries, download the event brochure here. For queries and other concerns, you may contact Salvo Global at email@example.com.
Salvo is organizing a masterclass entitled Pumps Reliability & Efficiency to be held on 30 October – 1 November 2016 at Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The course will cater to technical engineers and professionals closely working with pumps and systems.
The importance of companies investing in industrial pumps cannot be stressed enough. Pumps need to be designed properly to achieve better operations and fewer expenses. Running at peak efficiency can also help in saving energy costs. With this in mind, the highly-regarded course, Pumps Reliability & Efficiency, is branching out and will be organized in the Middle East, specifically, Dubai.
The over-riding aim of this course is to reduce the costs associate with owning and running pumps. The 3-day masterclass will give delegates the ability to improve pump reliability and reduce power consumption to create a huge difference to the organisation’s profitability. Some of the topics that will be discussed include the centrifugal pump selection process, pump mechanical construction, pump maintenance, and condition monitoring.
This course is recommended for engineers and professionals responsible for their organisation’s pumps and systems. These include Maintenance & Operation Engineers, Plant Engineers, Pump Sales Engineers, Process Engineers & Designers, Vibration Specialists, Condition Monitoring Technicians, and more.
The international trainer for this course has worked in the pump industry for more than 25 years with experience in many areas of pump design, manufacture, application, and sales. He is the founder of a successful pump training and consulting business in Australia. The trainer also runs pumps and system training courses throughout Australia on a regular basis and has run courses in South Africa, Ghana, Nigeria, Singapore, and Malaysia.
Registration for the course is now open. For full disclosure of event details such as Course Agenda and the Trainer’s Profile, download a brochure here. You may also register online through the event page. For queries and other concerns, contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salvo Global will hold a masterclass on value engineering entitled Value Engineering for Projects, which is intended particularly for professionals who are responsible for controlling or supporting large and complex projects, services, and systems. The course will run on the following dates and locations:
- 2nd to 4th November 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
- 7th to 9th November 2016 in Makati, Philippines
When a project runs over budget, project managers and engineers need to be prepared to find ways of doing more with less. Clients aren’t looking to simply cut costs; they’re looking for professionals that can deliver a well-balanced project in all aspects – function, performance, quality, safety, and cost. Value Engineering (VE) has proved to be a valuable tool in stretching capital, construction, operation, and maintenance budget to achieve the required goals for reduced costs, both in the public and private sector. Use of VE techniques also typically results in improvements in facility performance, even at these lower costs.
With this in mind, the 3-day masterclass will introduce to delegates VE and the steps required undertaking a VE assignment or formalizing a successful program. The course will cover overall performance issues and the history and basics of the value concept, considerations for starting a VE study, guide to developing a study framework and a firm foundation for undertaking a VE workshop, and guidance on how to develop and sell VE recommendations, along with implementation, and monitoring for sustaining results.
The international trainer for this course is a seasoned value engineer with over 35 years of experience and a strong background in both technical and project management. He has executed more than 50 Value Engineering Analysis, Design & Management Projects that resulted in substantial savings of time and capital & life cycle cost for many high profile, public, and private sector programs, projects, and services. He is a published author on books related to value engineering such as “An Introduction to Conducting Value Studies” and “Value Methodology Fundamentals”. He is also the recipient of the 2012 National Award for Merit for Innovation from the Canadian Society of Value Analysis. Some of the companies that benefitted from his expertise include Hyundai Development and Engineering Company, Capital Power, Ministry of National Development Singapore, Public Works Department Hong Kong, and Shell.
The course is marketed towards – but not limited to – project engineers, project managers, project controllers, construction managers, architects, engineering manager, cost controllers, and shipbuilders from the following industries: Construction, Infrastructure, Government, Power, Utilities, Building and Land Development, Real Estate, Transportation, and Manufacturing.
Registration for the course is now open. To register online, click here. Book as early as today to get discounted investment fee rates! Promo ends on 29th August 2016. For full disclosure of investment fee, brochures, and other enquiries, download the event brochure here. For queries and other concerns, you may contact Salvo Global at email@example.com.
Salvo Global will be conducting a masterclass entitled World-class Compliance Management which will be held on 26-27 September 2016 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. This course will target professionals responsible for their organisation’s compliance management.
The function of compliance managers have evolved from guaranteeing the company observes statutory regulations to a more influential position in the boardroom. Since the global economic meltdown, there is an increase in regulation and reporting regimes. Local and national governments have implemented more policies and requirements, giving legal and compliance officers a strong and persuasive voice in corporate decision-making. Organizations are also seeing the increased value in investing in compliance and risk management. Corporate cases and scandals are more difficult to handle in a global and digital setting. Without a strong compliance culture, the smooth operation of businesses is at stake.
With this issue in mind, Salvo’s 2-day course aims to impart knowledge of a range of better practice, concepts, and techniques that will assist professionals in developing and managing compliance frameworks that align their organisation’s compliance with its risk management and ethical frameworks. Delegates will see how adoption of a business-focused approach to the management of compliance can increase their influence in the C Suite. The course will be utilizing recent case studies that demonstrate the significant damange to a company’s market value when compliance fails. Topics to be covered include Project Managing Compliance Framework Implementation, the Rise of GRC, and Creating a Risk-based Compliance Culture.
The international trainer for the course is a leading industry expert in Governance, Risk, and Compliance with over 30 years of experience as a regulator in corporate and financial services holding key positions in the industry. He maintains a high profile as a regular presenter on compliance and risk management at industry seminars and in-house courses in Malaysia, Australia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Thailand. The trainer has worked for companies like Zurich Financial, ANZ Fund Management, and Colonial Australian Financial Services as past Head of Compliance. Some of the organisations that have attended Peter’s courses include Bank Negara Malaysia, Etiqa Insurance, Iskandar Investments, BNP Parribas Asset Management, and KPMG.
This course is unique designed to provide professionals who handle and are responsible for their organisation’s compliance management. These include – but are not limited to – compliance officers and managers, risk managers, internal control, auditors & audit managers, legal advisers and lawyers, and governance managers.
Registration for the course is now open. To register online, click here. For full disclosure of investment fee, brochures, and other enquiries, download the event brochure here. For queries and other concerns, you may contact Salvo Global at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Salvo Global will organize a masterclass dedicated on improving pumps entitled Mastering Pump Operation, Maintenance, and Efficiency which will target professionals closely working with pumps and piping systems. The course will be held on 26-28 September 2016 in Makati, Philippines.
Despite global economic slowdown, Philippines is one of the few Asian countries experiencing a strong and stable economic growth. Manufacturing, construction, and utilities industries have greatly contributed to the growth for the first quarter of the year. Aside from that, a steady increase in energy consumption can also be observed in the recent statistics provided for by the Department of Energy. While many studies have not reached a consensus regarding the direct relationship of economic growth and energy use, an increase in energy consumption is understandable due to the increase in production and distribution of goods and services. Given that we’re currently facing a global energy crisis, what can companies do to lower costs and improve energy efficiency without compromising operations?
With industries relying heavily in rotating equipment – specifically pumps – in mind, Salvo’s course aims to give professionals a more in-depth understanding to pumps and systems. A detailed understanding on the ins and outs of pumps can help in reducing maintenance cost and improve energy efficiency. Using case studies, practical exercises and working examples, delegates will be able to analyze the most critical pump issues and how to solve them. The course will tackle key factors affecting pump performance, pump selection, fluid selection, types of service, drive, and most especially, the latest standards in pumps.
The trainer to lead the course is a pump expert with more than 40 years of experience working in the pumps industry. His work with pumps covers manufacturing, maintenance, monitoring, consultation, and sales holding several key positions in the industry. For many years, he was also a member of the ISO committee dealing with efficiency measurement in pumps. Some of the organisations he’s worked with are BHP Billiton, Shell MDS Malaysia, British Steel, Hong Kong Water Supplies Department, and Evolution Mining.
Professionals working in industries such as Manufacturing, Power, Utilities, Petrochemical, Chemical, Mining, Oil & Gas will mostly benefit from the masterclass. These include, but are not limited to: Maintenance & Operation Engineers, Pump Application Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Plant Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Specifiers and Purchasers of Pumps, Rotating Equipment Engineers, Condition Monitoring Technicians, and Vibration Analysis Specialists.
The course will be Salvo Global’s first-ever pumps course in the Philippines. The company is known for holding highly regarded pumps courses in other countries such as Malaysia, Ghana, Nigeria, and more.
Registration for this course is now open. There will be a Special Early Bird Rate will be given to those registering and paying before 30 June 2016. For disclosure of investment fee, brochures, and other enquiries, you may contact us at email@example.com.