Writing Asset Management Plans

 

Why is this course for you?

Asset Management plans area key planning document for organisations which deliver levels of service through assets.  This seminar is complimentary in content to the Introduction to Asset Management seminar and is a practical ‘how to’ write and update an asset management plan. 

Whether you are charged with developing and updating the plan or you use the outputs of asset management plans to develop strategic documents such as long term financial forecasts and business plans, it is important you understand the purpose of the asset management plan, how it has been developed and the assumptions made.  This introductory seminar covers general asset management plan principles which are applicable to a wide range of assets including transportation, water, waste, stormwater and land drainage, energy, telecommunications and a vast range of property types.  

 

On completion of the seminar attendees will:


• Understand the purpose of the asset management plan and how the individual sections relate to each
• Have a good understanding of what should be covered in each section of the plan and why
• Appreciate what good practice looks like
• Be able to identify what they should focus on to get the most organisational value from their plan 

This practical one day seminar has been designed to offer an intensive hands-on introductory course which will ensure attendees can apply the principles of the NAMS International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) to benefit their own organisation.  
 

Who should attend?


• Asset Managers from all disciplines and their staff
• Finance and planning staff
• Managers of the asset register
• Service deliverers- including operators and asset condition/performance monitoring experts
• Consultants

 

Dates & Locations

Wednesday, 16th March, Wellington. Westpac Stadium

Wednesday, 6th July, Auckland. Waipuna Hotel & Conference Centre

 

Add this course to our Introduction to Asset Management seminar at the same venue the day before & gain a good understanding of asset management planning over two days, and save on course fees and travel costs

 

 

Daily Programme

8.30 - 9.00 am                           Registration/Coffee

9.00 - 10.15 am                         Session 1

10.15 - 10.30 am                       Morning Tea

10.30 - 12.30 pm                       Session 2

12.30 - 1.00 pm                         Lunch

1.00 - 2.40 pm                            Session 3

2.30 - 3.00 pm                            Afternoon Tea

3.00 - 4.00 pm                            Session 4

4.00 - 4.10 pm                            Conclusion/Feedback

 

 

 

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Registration Fees 

Standard Registration Fee
$580 per person per day   |   Two day event $1000

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Single day event $522 | Two day event $900

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Multiple Attendee Discount
Two attendees $550 each per single day | $970 each per two day event


Three or more attendees $530 each per day   |  $940 each per day for 
                                                                                  two day event

For discounted rates all attendees must belong to same organisation and attend the same seminar on the same day

Multiple Attendee Discounts can only be made through our Manual Payment Option  - See our Multiple Attendee Registration Form

Only one account per seminar per organisation will be issued

All prices are inclusive of GST



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