Asset Management Webinar Series

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NSW, NT & TAS ASSET MANAGEMENT WEBINAR SERIES

All levels of government are responsible for managing infrastructure lifecycle activities with the objective of providing services in the most cost-effective way.

Applying a lifecycle approach is paramount in guiding the acquisition, operation, maintenance, renewal and disposal decisions while communicating the performance, cost and risk trade-offs.

 

Join us for this 3-part webinar series on how to apply the core principles of asset management and financial planning and reporting.


Webinar Presenters

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Director Strategic Asset Management, IPWEA
Peter-Way.jpg Steve Verity
Principal Advisor Asset Management, IPWEA

Webinar Details


Date & Time

Introduction to AM:
Wednesday, 2 December 2020
10am AEDT

Levels of Service:
Thursday, 3 December 2020
10am AEDT

Linking AM to the Long Term Financial Plan:
Friday, 4 December 2020
10am AEDT

Duration

90 minutes with Live Q&A

Price

Member: $250 + GST
Non-member: $300 + GST
Organisation for individual webinar: $1,000 + GST (max 10 people)
Organisation for webinar series (all 3): $2,500 + GST (max 10 people)

CPD Points

1.5 hrs per webinar

When you purchase any webinar, you also receive:

  • Webinar slides in PDF format for future reference
  • Two years access to the recorded webinar
  • Two views - pause/stop and resume as you need to.

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Webinar Content

2 December 2020

This Introduction to Asset Management webinar provides an overview of the strategic asset management principles and how they can provide benefit to your organisation.

Overview

  • What does AM Planning mean?
  • Existing Standards
  • Asset Management Planning
  • Asset Management Plans
  • Lifecycle Cost
  • Affordable Service Levels
  • Risk Management
  • Link to Financial Reporting and the Long-term Financial Plan
  • Organisational Capacity and Maturity

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Outcomes

  • Understand the importance of applying sound asset management principles
  • Assist in improving your organisation's service delivery performance and reporting.
  • Be better equipped to identify and manage the consequences and likelihood of infrastructure risks.
  • Ensuring standards and frameworks set by the regulator are met.

Who Should Attend

All staff involved in managing and delivering services from infrastructure assets would benefit from this webinar. While specific content is covered in greater detail in the other programs, this webinar is recommended as a pre-requisite to provide underpinning knowledge to future learning.

Typical attendees include:

  • Staff new to asset management
  • Executive Managers
  • Engineers
  • Finance Managers
  • Asset Accountants
  • Coordinators
  • Technical Officers
  • Community Engagement Officers

Recognised Prior Learning

Desirable: Knowledge of -

3 December 2020

This Levels of Service webinar will give you a greater appreciation of the services your community needs, what they can afford and how to communicate the performance, cost and risk trade-offs.

Overview

  • Service objectives and definitions
  • Customer Values
  • Customer Levels of Service
  • Technical Levels of Service
  • Service level options
  • Affordable and acceptable service levels
  • Communicating service level performance

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Outcomes

  • Define Levels of Service in a language the community understands
  • Engage with your stakeholders in meaningful ways
  • Describe the relationship between Level of Service and Financial Sustainability.
  • Update AM Plans to achieve and maintain a financially sustainable position.
  • To communicate the choices and consequences of living within our means.

Who Should Attend

All staff involved in managing and delivering services from infrastructure assets would benefit from this webinar. While specific content is covered in greater detail in the other programs, this webinar is recommended as a pre-requisite to provide underpinning knowledge to future learning.

Typical attendees include:

  • Staff new to asset management
  • Executive Managers
  • Engineers
  • Finance Managers
  • Asset Accountants
  • Coordinators
  • Technical Officers
  • Community Engagement Officers

Recognised Prior Learning

Desirable: Knowledge of -

4 December 2020

Learn the keys to financial sustainability while meeting your asset accounting, planning & reporting requirements, with our Linking AM to the Long-term Financial Plan webinar.

Overview

  • The Asset Management Plan
  • Financial Reporting and the Long-term Financial Plan
  • Financial Sustainability Indicators and Targets
  • The relationship between Asset Planning and Financial Planning
  • Affordable financial strategies and service levels

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Outcomes

  • Explain the purpose of an AM Plan
  • Understand asset accounting terminology and its relevance to infrastructure planning
  • Outline the difference between Renewal Forecasts and Depreciation and why it is important
  • Apply techniques to ensure Useful Life is correct
  • Ensure consistency between asset accounting and infrastructure planning processes
  • Interpret financial reports and information to readily assess infrastructure performance and capability

Who Should Attend

All staff involved in managing and delivering services from infrastructure assets would benefit from this webinar. While specific content is covered in greater detail in the other programs, this webinar is recommended as a pre-requisite to provide underpinning knowledge to future learning.

Typical attendees include:

  • Staff new to asset management
  • Executive Managers
  • Engineers
  • Finance Managers
  • Asset Accountants
  • Coordinators
  • Technical Officers

Recognised Prior Learning

Desirable: Knowledge of -

Contact Us

For more information about this workshop, please contact us:

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