Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning

Starts:  Sep 14, 2020 9:00 AM (NZ)
Ends:  Nov 5, 2020 5:00 PM (NZ)
Associated with  New Zealand

Support your future, develop deep capability, and fast track your career growth with the IPWEA Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning

  • 7 modules delivered online over 8 weeks with live Q&A and discussion groups
  • Be mentored by the profession’s leaders
  • Use your own data to write your organisation’s asset management plan.

7 modules delivered online

  • Delivered by an online platform with weekly live Q&A, how-to videos, discussion forums and assignments
  • Coursework enables you to create your draft Asset Management Plan as you go
  • 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 concepts of asset management planning
  • Learn how to compare asset lifecycle costs and planned budgets
  • Communicate the consequences, related to levels of service and risk, associated with a planned budget or long term financial plan
  • Explain the role of the asset management plan related to integrated planning, including long term financial plans, climate adaptation plans and strategic plans
  • Apply the IPWEA NAMS+ asset management tools and templates

Course outputs

  • Successful completion of the course - "Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning"
  • A draft Asset Management Plan with Improvement Plan (one asset class)

Learning outcomes

  • Articulate the benefits of an asset management plan
  • Choose the applicable data for 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

Who should enrol?

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
  • accountants / finance staff
  • technical officers
  • administrative staff
  • community planners
  • IT staff
  • staff service providers


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online, NSW


Peter Higgs
027 496 8200