Asset Management for Central Government - Wellington

Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 9:00 AM - 4:15 PM NZST

This course provides an overview of asset management as a business process, and assists agencies to understand the linkages between the Government’s expectations, the delivery of customer services, and the day-to-day management of assets. It explains some of the key asset lifecycle strategies, and provides examples of good practice. The course introduces the Treasury asset management maturity assessment tool, and outlines the steps to improve asset management and asset performance reporting.
Content covered
• Basic principles of asset management as a business process
• The value to Agencies of improving asset management practice
• Linkages between strategy, levels of service and the day to day management of assets
• Key lifecycle strategies including:
- Managing demand
- Levels of service
- Operations and maintenance
- Monitoring asset performance
- Forecasting and planning renewals
• Developing and updating an asset management plan
• Industry best practice guidance
• NZ Treasury’s Asset Management Maturity Assessment tool
Duration: One Day, 8.45 – 4.00 pm
Who should attend?
The course is intended for Government agency staff who wish to gain an overview of the breadth asset management practices.  Attendees may be asset managers new to the field, work in a related field such as operations, finance, strategic planning, or be more experienced people wanting a general refresher of core concepts.  The course is applicable to those who have been managing assets for a while at an operational level and need to understand the strategic context of what they do.
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100 Oriental Parade
Wellington, NZ 6011


Trina Paul