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MUNICIPAL ASSET MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

ROUND 3

 
AWARENESS BUILDING AND BASIC TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE 
FOR SMALL URBAN AND RURAL MUNICIPALITIES IN SASKATCHEWAN​

Asset Management Saskatchewan is pleased to announce it has been selected to work with municipalities in their efforts to improve infrastructure decisions through stronger asset management practices.

Asset Management Saskatchewan is offering a range of training opportunities including in-person workshops on asset management planning and decision-making and webinar series on the foundations of asset management. AM-SK is also developing online training and a virtual learning tool in order to reach more municipalities.

WORKSHOPS

In person and hands on learning.

WEBINARS

Learn Asset Management concepts

LEARNING PATH

Online Asset Management Couses

SOTIR

State of the infrastructure report

NAMS.PLUS 3-DAY ASSET MANAGEMENT

TRAINING WORKSHOP

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 

UPCOMING WORKSHOPS

 
NAMS Canada 3-Day Asset Management Training Workshop

 

Saskatoon

April 21- 23 2020

Sandman Hotel Saskatoon | 310 Circle Drive West

NAMS Canada 3-Day Asset Management Training Workshop

 

Regina

April 28- 30 2020

Travel Lodge Hotel | 4177 Albert Street

 

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

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