Jack Byrne Regional Sport & Entertainment Centre
7 Kennedy Brook Drive
Torbay, NL A1K 1K8
Tuesday, March 6, 2018
8:30am - 4:30pm AST
- Municipality/Community Staff and Elected Officials - CA$95.00
- Other Public Sector Organization / Agency (inc Crown Corps) - CA$145.00
- Private Sector Organization - CA$295.00
*These prices are per person excluding tax and includes learning material, lunch and refreshments.
We are excited to be running our 1-day Asset Management Awareness Workshop in Torbay NL on March 6th 2018 and we hope you will join us!
The session is appropriate for Elected Officials and Municipal / Organization Staff who will leave the workshops with:
- a better understanding of what asset management is,
- why it should be undertaken and the benefits to your community,
- what it entails and how to begin implementation with some tangible steps.
The first half of the day will focus on what asset management is, and why the municipality should do it, and the second of the day will focus on what it entails and how to go about doing it. Elected Officials are welcome to attend the morning portion only if they wish. Everyone will walk away with a better understanding of AM and some tangible actions you can take back to your organizations.
This is relevant for all municipalities, regardless of your size and location, or whether or not you have made any progress with asset management to date. The face-to-face session will enable participants to connect with peers, network with other municipalities who practice asset management at varying levels, and provide a safe environment conducive to knowledge sharing and collaborating.
The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) is the association of public infrastructure asset management in Canada. Our government and private sector members develop policy, tools and technologies which improve the level of service for public infrastructure assets in every province and territory. CNAM shares that knowledge with other members and stakeholders through our online resources, the annual conference and various committees and events.
Facilitator/Trainer: Iain Cranston
Iain is CNAM’s Awareness & Outreach Program Manager and comes with 10 years of consulting experience. Iain has spent the last 6 years with CH2M's Asset Management consulting practice where he helped plan and implement asset management programs in public sector organizations and municipalities across Canada, covering with a variety of topics from writing Asset Management Plans (AMPs) to Capital Investment Planning, and AM Policy to Customer Level of Service Frameworks. Iain
was CH2M's Global Program Manager and a Lead Trainer for their 3-day Infrastructure Asset Management Training course.
Iain was also Program Manager for the CH2M/Opus consulting team behind FCM’s Leadership in Asset Management Program (LAMP) which brought together 12 municipalities from across Canada to develop a good practice AM handbook for municipalities which will be released in 2018. Iain is a motivated and passionate individual and you’re in for a good workshop! Special guests from your region will also be presenting and sharing their experience.
We will also be joined by Valerie Williams, Asset Management Manager, Halifax Water, and CNAM Board Member. As Asset Management Manager, Valeria is responsible for asset management program development and implementation, long range planning, modeling and capital planning in Halifax Water. They completed two foundational projects in 2011 and 2012: The Asset Management Roadmap and the Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). Val now leads a team of technical and professional staff implementing components of these programs.
This event is in association with Atlantic Infrastructure Management Network (AIM Network) - your Asset Management Community of Practice and local source for asset management information. www.aimnetwork.ca
Daisy Foster, AIM's Managing Director, will be attending the workshop to tell you more about upcoming asset management training for municipal staff and elected officials that AIM Network will be offering across Newfoundland and Labrador this Spring. Daisy will also talk about how AIM Network is helping smaller municipalities get started with asset management including a group of 7 municipalities in the Gros Morne area.
Daisy was born and raised in Newfoundland and is a former Registrar of Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of NL. She has been actively involved in asset management planning, awareness and advocacy since 2006 through her work in local government, as former CEO of the BC Water and Waste Association, as a member of Asset Management BC and her current work with AIM Network in Atlantic Canada.