Manage physical assets

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Description

This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to manage the physical assets of an organisation. It requires the ability to establish systems and practices for asset monitoring, maintenance and acquisition.

It applies to senior managers who operate with significant autonomy and who are responsible for making a range of strategic management decisions. The unit applies to all tourism, hospitality and event sectors.

No occupational licensing, certification or specific legislative requirements apply to this unit at the time of publication.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Advanced Diploma

Competency Field
Finance, Hospitality

National Code - Training.gov.au
SITXFIN005: Manage physical assets

Copyright Description

Copyright © 2018 TAFE SA, Government of South Australia. All rights reserved. Terms and conditions apply.

Catalogue Item

TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-1941

ISBN: 978-1-74282-328-7

TAFEshop Catalogue: PM15.1129

TAFE SA

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