Take your asset management practices to the next level! Workshops will be offered throughout 2022 to meet demand, through an open call for applications.
Whether you’re just starting out or well underway, Asset Management BC (AMBC) is excited to offer BC’s local governments and First Nations a unique education program to help you advance your asset management practices. The team at Asset Management BC developed these programs to help you continue your journey with the asset management process. It is more than just a Plan. You’ll also be able to help others – participants from all sessions can share their takeaways and success stories through case studies and input to AMBC Primers.
The 2022 Asset Management BC Training Program includes two options, and you may choose more than one:
- Working with Levels of Service: A series of hands-on, collaborative workshops and a simple spreadsheet-based tool to help you identify, optimize, and communicate your levels of service. Watch our demo here: https://youtu.be/ynmEY3ZHqY4
- Operationalizing Asset Management: A unique cohort-based learning experience to help you identify and overcome the barriers to asset management in the areas of organizational culture, structure, and capacity.
Download the full program guide.
Open call for applications. Please download the 2022 Call for Interest Form
Who Should Attend?
Both program options (Levels of Service, Operationalizing Asset Management) are open to all BC municipalities, regional districts, and First Nations of any size (for additional information, refer to ‘Recommended for’ under Levels of Service and Operationalizing Asset Management in this guide). Consideration will be given to other organizations, including those located outside of BC, based on registration numbers. Preference will be given to BC municipalities, regional districts and First Nations.
Program registration is ongoing; sessions start when there are an adequate number of participants.
Subsidies are available through UBCM for up to 50% of the registration cost for BC local governments and BC First Nations. The full cost is paid at time of registration and participants can then apply for the subsidy once the training is completed. If you register more than the stated minimum number of participants, UBCM reserves the right to limit the number of participant subsidies per local government.