Why Become an Aladon Member

Be a Thought Leader in Physical Asset Management

If you’re ready to be a thought leader in asset care and physical asset management, our Aladon Advantage allows you to implement our results-obsessed expertise. Aladon’s Asset Strategy Development and Risk-based methodologies are guiding principles of our organization.

We change the way you think about maintenance and actually equip you to improve the way your company manages its maintenance and operations – reduce risks, improve safety and reliability, control costs and boost overall productivity. Our goal is to help you add value and proactively manage every phase of the asset lifecycle. We do so by delivering a portfolio of risk and reliability training and services and world-class software that is unmatched in the industry.

As an Aladon Certified Practitioner, you will be joining a prestigious network of experts well regarded in every industry. As one of our certified “Aladon Practitioners,” you will be able to deliver courses, coach facilitators and deliver The Aladon Strategy.

How to Become a Partner

Your organization must have an Aladon Certified Practitioner.

The Practitioner course is comprised of three intensive weeks where the participant develops an in depth understanding

Aladon network members meeting in Singapore

Aladon network members meeting in Singapore

of the Aladon RCM and the Aladon Strategy. To qualify participants must comply with the criteria as set forth by Aladon. Participants learn how to teach the methodologies and learn how to coach facilitators. To be successful the participant will demonstrate strong leadership and facilitation skills, a good grasp of change management and coaching techniques and mastery of the subject. The days are typically 10 to 12 hours long, concluding with a five-hour exam on the last day (Saturday). Following the three-week classroom training, candidates will be required to deliver a three-Day RCM Introductory Course under supervision of an experienced certified “Aladon Practitioner.”

  • Week 1: focuses on breaking down the courses and teaching how to effectively give the RCM Introductory and Advanced Facilitator courses.
  • Week 2: focuses on facilitation and coaching techniques, as well as the requirements for successful implementation, which includes change management.
  • Week 3: focuses on presentation skills and teaching participants how to present the courses.

Ready to Get Started?

Contact us for more information about joining The Aladon Network.