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1-Day Asset Management Workshops across Canada Virtual Option Added

CNAM is offering 1-Day Infrastructure Asset Management Awareness Workshops at various locations across Canada focused on Asset Management introduction for public infrastructure.

PEMAC is proud to be an association partner in CNAM's "New to AM" initiative. Learn more about the program here.

The session will enable participants to connect with peers, network with other municipalities who practice asset management at varying levels, and provide an environment conducive to sharing and collaborating. Offered face to face in cities across the country, as well as online in a remote virtual workshop, there are options to suit everyone.

The session will be appropriate for Elected Officials and Municipal Staff who will leave the workshops with a better understanding of what asset management is, why it should be undertaken, what it entails and how to begin implementation with some tangible steps.  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 first half of the session will focus on what asset management is, and why the municipality should do it, and the second half will focus on what it entails and how to go about doing it.

Cost: $95 for municipal members, $145 for other public sector organizations, $295 for private sector organizations. Per person plus local tax.  This includes learning material, lunch and refreshments.

Sunday, November 4, 20188:00 – 5:00 CSTMontreal, QC

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November 28th & December 5th, 2018

Session A – Intro to AM and Benefits

Session B – How to get started

9am to 12.30pm PST  /

12noon to 3.30pm EST


Please share these details with anyone you know who might be interested in learning about Asset Management!

More info on CNAM's Awareness & Outreach program is at

If you have any questions on the program and our various activities please contact


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.