This webinar will feature a presentation that will explain some of the basics around asset management, focusing on ‘what’ asset management is, and ‘why’ it’s important for you and your community. We will touch lightly on the ‘how’ of Asset Management but these are designed to build your basic awareness of asset management.  The Live Q&A session with the panelists will give you the opportunity to hear first-hand from communities across Canada who are at various stages of progressing asset management in their communities.

This webinar is open to everyone!  You can register now in the link below.  Please forward this to anyone else in your organization who might be interested (engineers, accountants, operations and maintenance, planners, CAOs, elected officials, etc.).

Are you and your community new to Infrastructure Asset Management? Not sure what it is or how to get started? The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) can help!
This webinar for Asset Management Introduction for Organization / Municipal Staff will provide you with;
  • an understanding of what is Infrastructure Asset Management,
  • an understanding of the benefits to them and their organization,
  • an awareness of industry recognized good practice for municipalities,
  • an awareness of resources that exist to support you make progress,
  • a live Question & Answers session with a panel of other Staff who are working on Asset Management.
This webinar will take place from 10 am MST /12 pm EST on Wednesday, March 27 and will feature a 30 minute presentation followed by a 30 minute live Q&A session with a group of panelists from organizations across Canada. Upon completing the registration process you will be able to add the event to your calendar.
Presenter and Moderator:
Iain Cranston, IC Infrastructure

Panelists will include:

Bill Brenner, CET, City of Dauphin, MB
Dawn Chaplin,  Town of Torbay, NL
Travis Rob, Town of Fort Frances, ON
Katie Geoghegan, KPMG LLP, Asset & Operations

Register today to confirm your attendance.

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