The study of immovable asset management is designed for people managing immovable assets in the public sector. It is mainly structured around the Government Immovable Asset Management Act (GIAMA), Act 19 of 2007 that provide participants with a thorough understanding of immovable asset management. The objective of studying immovable asset management is to deal with the body of knowledge regarding immovable asset management, whilst satisfying the requirements of the act.
This learning opportunity is needed for persons with limited experience regarding immovable asset management and is particularly valuable for participants who follow asset management careers applicable to the public sector. The government is the biggest property/fixed asset owner in SA and develops more fixed assets/property than the private sector, yet suffers from lack of capacity to adequately deal with the management of assets. This programme is sought after particularly by persons in the public sector, as well as practitioners that render services to government.
Specific learning outcomes of this short learning programme are to:
MSA Competency based short learning programme
This programme is valuable for participants who often do not have adequate knowledge regarding property related management background. Trade associations have worked in cooperation with Monash South Africa and CEA in offering this programme in the past, and will be invited again to support/promote this programme. This short learning programme is very popular and attracts national and international participants.