Certified Hardware Asset Management Professional (CHAMP)

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1 days - $2,000

Designed to address the numerous issues plaguing professionals in managing hardware assets, the IAITAM Certified Hardware Asset Management Professional (CHAMP) Course follows the lifecycle of IT hardware assets beyond the scope of the cradle to grave analogy and discusses the business practices that can best be used to manage those assets efficiently and cost-effectively. Emphasis is placed on identifying the policies that enhance lifecycle management. In general, policies are only effective if developed by a cross-section of the impacted departments, are reviewed frequently to remain current and are consistently communicated and enforced. The course is followed by a certification test for those that wish to achieve CHAMP certification.

This Course is for…

IT Asset Managers and other IT professionals involved in Asset Management, resource budgeting, finance, software licensing, contract management and strategic planning.

Schedule / Enroll

StartsTimePriceEnroll
03/19/20249:00 AM - 4:00 PM ET$2,000.00
04/16/20249:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET$2,000.00
05/21/20249:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET$2,000.00
06/18/20249:00 AM - 5:00 PM ET$2,000.00
  • Course Outline
  • Objectives
  • 1 – Course Outline

    • Basics of Hardware Asset Management
    • The Power of ITAM Centralization
    • Best Practices for Asset Standards
    • Implementing a Program
    • Project Planning
    • Change Management
    • Measuring Success
    • Tools & Automation
    • Repository Tool
    • Discovery Tool
    • Acquisition & Receiving
    • Selection & Negotiations
    • Managing the Inventory
    • Management During Use
    • IMAC Process
    • Improving the Program
    • Improving the Value of Assets
    • Hardware Security
    • Reuse & Disposal Processes
    • E-waste Decisions
    • Evaluating ITAD Vendors
  • Students earning a CHAMP certification will see financial benefits of enhanced Hardware Asset Management best practices and uncover many savings opportunities to increase their organizations’ bottom line by managing the lifecycle of the hardware asset. They will receive an awareness of several avenues for savings, compliance, global disposal and revenue generation practices for properly managing the lifecycle of hardware assets.