Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning


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Next courses start soon

Course #13 - February 2019
Canadian municipalities only
FCM MAMP grant subsidized

 Register Feb 2019 - Course #13

Canadian Municipalities Only

Course #14 - March 2019
International course
Full fee paying

Register March 2019 Course #14

International - All countries

Course #13: This initiative is delivered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada. Conditions apply.


For a quick explanation of the course,
view our animated YouTube tour:

Develop your organisation's asset management plan while you earn your qualification!




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8 modules delivered over 10 weeks

  • Delivered by live webinars, how-to videos, discussion forums and assignments
  • Coursework that will develop your draft asset management plan (one asset class)
  • Hands-on experience with tools and templates
  • Based on the International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM)
  • Aligns with ISO 55000 global AM standards


Course objectives

  • Master the key elements of an asset management plan
  • Learn the essentials of a quality asset management plan
  • Earn an Industry acknowledged certificate on completion
  • Apply the IPWEA NAMS.PLUS industry tools and templates
  • Engage with your international peers through webinars, videos, discussion forums


Course outputs

  • Your IPWEA Professional Certificate in AM Planning (subject to assessment)
  • Draft asset management plan (one asset class)


Learning outcomes

  • Articulate the benefits of an asset management plan
  • Choose the applicable data for each of the three renewal planning methods
  • Collate, upload, edit and report on AM data
  • Interpret the AM figures, graphs and reports
  • Communicate service and risk consequences
  • Document customer and technical levels of service
  • Document risk register risk management plan
  • Develop demand management options and priorities for capital works
  • Prepare a draft asset management plan
  • Connect the AM plan expenditure projections to a long-term financial plan
  • Identify and document areas for improvement of the AM plan


Course structure

Module 1 Introduction and orientation
Module 2 Levels of Service
Module 2 Risk
Module 4 Data requirements
Module 5 Interrogating the results
Module 6 Future demand and management
Module 7 Building the AM Plan and Improvement Plan
Module 8 Pulling it together

Each 'live event' session is 90 mins supported by class participation the following week.
Live events are recorded to allow catch up or review (or for participants where scheduled live times do not suit)


Who should attend

The course is targeted at those managing public infrastructure assets such as road and transport networks, water, sewer and drainage networks, parks and recreation facilities, community facilities and buildings and other community assets.

Therefore any professional with an interest in progressing their career in this rapidly evolving field, including:

  • senior management
  • asset managers
  • engineers
  • accountants / finance staff
  • technical officers
  • administrative staff
  • community planners
  • IT staff
  • staff service providers

Testimonials

Over 500 participants have undertaken the Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning

75-80% successful completion rate due to interactive and engaging nature of the course

Many international participants have proved international transfer and application of skills and concepts

Read our testimonials here


Success stories

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FAQ's

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Next courses start soon

Course #13 - February 2019
Canadian municipalities only
FCM MAMP grant subsidized

Register Feb 2019 - Course #13

Canadian Municipalities Only

Course #14 - March 2019
International - All countries
Full fee paying

Register March 2019 Course #14

International - All countries




Enquiries

Ph: +61 1300 416 745 (Australia)

Australia & New Zealand Enquiries:
admin@ipwea.org

Canada Enquiries:
shelley.funk@namsCanada.org

Other International Enquiries:
admin@ipwea.org



Course #13
Canadian Municipalities Only
Module
Canada Only
Dates

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Break
8

Feb 26
Mar 5
Mar 12
Mar 19
Mar 26
Apr 2
Apr 9
Break
Apr 23
Time

Check your local time (pdf)

Recordings available where scheduled times not suitable

Subsidized Cost

CAD 452 pp +5% GST
Conditions apply; limited places

Max. 5 per municipality across all FCM MAMP subsidized ProfCert courses

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This initiative is delivered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.

Course #14
International program

Module

North America

Australasia
Dates

1
2
3
4
Break
5
6
7
8

Mar 20
Mar 27
Apr 3
Apr 10
Break
May 1
May 8
May 15
May 22
21 Mar
28 Mar
4 Apr
11 Apr
Break
2 May
9 May
16 May
23 May
Time

Check your local time (pdf)

Recordings available where scheduled times not suitable (Europe, other)

Common course details
Delivery Live webinar (90 mins)
Online forum, Q&A's, video's
CPD Points 12 hours (live course)
plus est 40 – 50 hours (additional coursework)
Successful completion 5.0 CEU points (EIC)
Eligible for CPD by Engineers Australia (EA) in accordance with EA Guidelines
Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) Quality Provider of continuing education units (CEU) to the engineering community
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Cost

Australia:
AUD 2,650 pp +10% GST

Canada (full fee paying):
CAD 2,650 pp +5% GST

Canada (FCM MAMP subsidized):
CAD 452 pp +5% GST (conditions apply; limited places)

Other Internationals, the equivalent of:
CAD 2,650 pp (taxes not applicable)
USD 2,150 pp (approximate as depends on currency exchange rate at the date of payment)

Group discount:
Enquire to admin@ipwea.org for discounts available to organisations registering 3-5 people (-15%) & 6+ (-20%).

Contact us for more information on group discounts

Course requirements

Complimentary trial subscription to IPWEA's NAMS.PLUS tools, templates & other resources are provided solely for the purpose and time whilst undertaking the course (where not already a subscriber).

Some functions are disabled in the trial subscription. A full subscription is required for non-course or other purposes. See Terms & Conditions in FAQs for more detail.

Upgrade Option: Purchase of 12-month NAMS.PLUS full subscription is available. This provides the subscriber with full access to additional NAMS.PLUS portal resources, non-course use, etc.

More information on:
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NAMS.PLUS
- Subscription rates/prices

Terms & conditions

Read general candidate terms & conditions






Course facilitators

Allen Mapstone
Director Strategic Asset Management, IPWEA | NAMS Canada

Allen Mapstone is IPWEA's lead trainer for NAMS.PLUS asset management courses in Australia & Canada. Allen is a highly skilled presenter and makes these concepts very understandable.

Nicole Allen
Executive Director, NAMS Canada

Nicole has experience working in the areas of strategic planning, AM, transportation and land development. Nicole has worked in the area of AM in both training and support with small and large rural and urban communities across Western Canada.

Steve Walker
Principal, Asset Engineering

Steve has 27 years’ experience working both within and with Local Government. He was extensive practical Asset Management experience and was involved in the development and delivery of the 2007 precursor to NAMS.PLUS in South Australia in 2007.

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Troy Sykes
Canadian Cahoot facilitator 

Troy has 23 years’ experience working in Municipal Government.  Troy has extensive knowledge in strategic Asset Management planning, as well as Asset Management implementation.


 

Jeremy McAnally
Senior Consultant - Asset Mgt, TechnologyOne

Jeremy has 25 years of experience working in Local Government including comprehensive experience in asset management. Jeremy has an in depth knowledge of current issues facing the industry together with strong technical expertise.

Steve Verity
Senior Consultant - Asset Mgt, TechnologyOne

Steve is an associate with Jeff Roorda & Associates (JRA) who provide whole of organisation solutions for asset and financial management in the public sector. 

Jacqui Hansen
Principal, Brearley and Hansen 

Jacqui has 25 years’ experience in local government. She is a consulting engineer specialising in AM. Currently the facilitator of a regional Asset Management Working Group in western NSW, a quarterly meeting of AM practitioners from 14 rural and remote Councils, providing support, training and peer networking on AM. 



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