ASSET MANAGEMENT SASKATCHEWAN (AM-SK) IS SASKATCHEWAN'S FIRST WORKING GROUP DEDICATED TO ASSISTING MUNICIPAL STAKEHOLDERS IN IMPROVING THEIR KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES IN MUNICIPAL INFRASTRUCTURE ASSET MANAGEMENT. AM-SK IS WORKING COLLABORATIVELY WITH SUMA, SARM, UMAAS AND RMAA AS WELL AS OTHER ASSET MANAGEMENT WORKING GROUPS FROM ALL REGIONS ACROSS CANADA AND THE FEDERATION OF CANADIAN MUNICIPALITIES (FCM).
WEBINAR SERIES | THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF THE ASSET MANAGEMENT PROCESS
This 3-part series of 1 hour webinars will focus on key areas of the Asset Management journey. These are technical capacity building opportunities intended for municipal government employees and elected officials. They are not a prerequisite to participation in the 3-Day NAMS Training Workshop but they are an excellent way to start small and work up. We strongly encourage participation in all three opportunities.
MUNICIPAL ASSET MANAGEMENT PROGRAM
AWARENESS BUILDING AND BASIC TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE
FOR SMALL URBAN AND RURAL MUNICIPALITIES IN SASKATCHEWAN
LEVELS OF SERVICE DEVELOPMENT
November 18, 2019 @ 3pm CST
November 20, 2019 @3pm CST
LONG TERM FINANCIAL PLAN
November 25, 2019 @ 3pm CST
NAMS.PLUS 3-DAY ASSET MANAGEMENT
AM-SK will be hosting the 3-day NAMS Canada training workshop across Saskatchewan. NAMS is a proven training program designed specifically for municipal government employees to integrate the efforts of the disciplines of public works, finance, administration and political leaders. The subsidized price is $499 + GST (Regular Price is $1650) and it includes a 1- year subscription and waived set up fees to the NAMS-Plus templates and modelling tools ($1500 value).
Plan your community’s infrastructure for a sustainable future
• Based on IPWEA NAMS.PLUS templates, tools & resources
• International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM)
• Compliant with the ISO 55000 - International Asset Management Standards
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CLIMATE CHANGE AND ASSET MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP
Tue, 26 November 2019 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM CST
Learn how to integrate climate considerations into your asset management practices