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Session 1: Asset Hierarchy & Data Gaps

01/18/2024 @ 12:00 pm - 01/18/2024 @ 01:00 pm

18 Jan 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for a 4-part series, as we embark on a journey to unravel the intricacies of infrastructure asset management. Learn about the methods and language of asset management and leave empowered to leverage the benefits of a whole-system approach that incorporates climate change considerations.

Registration is FREE

Audience: Whether you are new to the field and looking to understand the basics, or an experienced practitioner seeking advanced strategies, this series will provide valuable insights, practical tips, and real-world case studies applicable to professionals at all levels of expertise within infrastructure asset management. The content, tools, and templates are designed to support municipalities of all sizes.

Session 1: Asset Hierarchy & Data Gaps (January 18, 2024)

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What data do you need? How does it need to be organized? Once it has been gathered, what can it do, and how can the gaps be filled to enhance decision-making? Join us in discussing asset data and how to optimize your asset hierarchies for improved operational efficiency.  Leave equipped with actionable strategies to identify and address data gaps and leverage data to inform decision-making that fosters a more resilient and sustainable approach to infrastructure management.

Delivery partners: For the past five years AMO, as part of its administration of the CCBF, has engaged AMONTario in its delivery of asset management training to municipal staff across Ontario. This webinar series will share the tools and templates, lessons learned and best practices from industry experts, trainers, and municipalities who have participated in the past training sessions.

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. 




Virtual via Zoom

Asset Management Ontario is a community of practice comprised of asset management practitioners who share information and best practices to advance public sector asset management and stewardship of publicly-owned infrastructure in Ontario.

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