AUMA and AAMDC, with support from Infrastructure and Asset Management Alberta (IAMA), are excited to bring you one-day and half-day asset management workshops for elected officials and senior administration!
These workshops are made available through funding received from the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP). In partnership with the AAMDC and AUMA, workshops will be offered free of charge.
Starting in March through June, the AAMDC and AUMA will be hosting:
- One-day introductory workshops for elected officials and senior administrators held in five locations across Alberta; and
- Five different half-day workshops held in various locations across Alberta.
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- Boring until it is broken: Engaging the public in infrastructure and asset management
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- "I want a five-star experience for a two-star price": Setting and communicating levels of service (LOS)
Save the date* for the one-day introductory workshops, Asset Management: The Strategic Basics closest to you:
- Tuesday March 6, 2018 – Sherwood Park
- Tuesday March 27, 2018 – Calgary Area
- Thursday March 29, 2018 – Lethbridge Area
- Wednesday April 11, 2018 – Grand Prairie Area
- Tuesday April 17, 2018 – Lloydminster Area
*Workshop dates may change.
Coming Soon – Stay tuned for details!
- Keep an eye for updates on dates and locations for focused topic, half-day workshops!
- Details about venue locations and registration, and dates for the half-day workshops will be coming in the next few weeks.
- Depending on demand, new half-day workshop dates may be added.
- AAMDC, AUMA and IAMA will be hosting a two-day asset management workshop for municipal staff in spring 2018, details forthcoming.
Until then, watch FCM’s four minute video to find out Why invest in asset management?
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.
Enquiries can be addressed to: