A Federation of Canadian Municipalities MAMP grant-subsidized Project for Municipalities
Application Package Research Study
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.
Funding for the partner organizations’ grants is provided by Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), an eight-year, $110 million initiative funded by the Government of Canada and delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. The program provides asset management training, funding and information sharing to enable municipalities to access the data needed to plan effectively.
Leveraging Municipal Asset Master Data and Information
for Maintenance and Reliability Readiness
- Are you struggling with gathering the data needed to make informed asset management decisions?
- Do you lack the data needed to setup effective maintenance management programs?
- Struggling with systems that are a challenge to set up?
- Is there a delay with having getting full and accurate data put in the system after a capital project is completed and transferred to operations and maintenance?
- Struggling to get Work Orders set up because your inventory is incomplete or not accurate?
PEMAC Asset Management Association, in partnership with Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU), and a group of dedicated volunteer subject matter experienced practitioners, have come together to develop a brand new course that will support municipalities as they leverage their asset master data and information, to improve their maintenance management programs and operational readiness.
Senior leaders and their teams from capital and maintenance management departments who participate in this course will gain a better understanding the importance of asset master data, and how they will benefit from obtaining it, and setting up their maintenance, reliability and assets management master data. Managing this data for better decision making is a key foundational requirement for Asset Management.
Participants will learn about the opportunity to shift the current methods of master data collection and set-up and to help lead a change within your municipality. The suggested approach is intended to save your municipality money, improve service delivery and reduce risk over the lifecycle of infrastructure, assets and equipment.
Made possible by a grant through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada, municipal teams from across Canada are invited to participate in one of the two subsidized offerings of this online course. The first cohort will begin in Summer 2023 and the second cohort will commence in Fall 2023.
The course results and other findings, will be organized into a whitepaper and case study entitled: "Master Data Configuration During Acquisition for Maintenance and Operational Readiness" that will serve as an effective tool for municipal practitioners to utilize.
Course registration coming soon! Complete the form below to receive more details when they are released.
In preparation for the course curriculum and whitepaper development, the PEMAC & TMU team has created a research study that will help advance “maintenance readiness” during capital programming/project and equipment acquisition phases. Municipalities of all sizes are encouraged to participate in this research related to how asset management, maintenance, and reliability data and information is collected; when it is collected; and how it is set up in the various systems across municipalities.
We are seeking input from organizations that have had success with master data management, as well as from those that have found challenges. The information collected will provide a better understanding of the current Canadian landscape, and allow the group to make recommendations that can improve the way municipalities are managing their various systems, towards improvement in asset management and maintenance management across municipalities.
Municipal practitioners can complete this survey individually or collaborate with others in their organization. It will take about an hour to complete and responses are to be submitted by Friday, June 30.
Learn more about the research study and participate here.
Who Should Engage in the course and research?
This course is designed for senior leaders and their teams in capital and maintenance departments. If you are a Director, Manager or Supervisor within Capital Projects, a Capital Project Manager, Capital Coordinator or Inspector, Director, Manager or Supervisor within IT systems or support groups that provide CMMS or EAM support or a Director, Managers or Supervisor, Planner or Scheduler, Coordinator in Maintenance or Operations working with or dealing with CMMS’s EAM’s or spreadsheets to help you plan work proactively, this course has been designed and built with you in mind.
To qualify for entry into this special municipal course and the funding available through FCM, applicants must be:
- individuals employed by a local government (e.g. towns, cities, regions, districts, etc.) or elected officials
- individuals employed by a not-for-profit corporation that has an infrastructure-related shared services agreement with a municipality (e.g. utilities, transit authorities, conservation authorities, etc.)
- individuals employed by an Indigenous community that has a shared services agreement with a neighbouring municipality, or elected officials from that Indigenous community
- individuals employed by an Indigenous community that operates under delegated authority by a province or territory (e.g. NWT settlements, Metis Settlement Council of Alberta).
The Course Delivery Plan
10-week course, live online
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Course Registration Fee
plus tax per participant
How to Apply for the Course
Municipal teams of two from across Canada will soon be able to apply to participate in the upcoming Leveraging Asset Master Data Course. To achieve the goals of the FCM grant, municipalities are encouraged to participant with a representative from their capital and maintenance management departments. Exceptions for small municipalities (population < 100,000) where a single person will be considered. Don't have a team? Let us know and we can match you with you with other inquiries from your municipality.
Once application forms have been reviewed PEMAC will begin notifying successful applicants, and provide course registration details. Registration fees must be paid in full at time of registration, and are non-refundable for confirmed spaces. Substitutions can be made prior to the start of the course.
- A primary contact from the municipality secures the support of their municipal leadership and recruits a cross-functional team with anywhere between 2 - 3 participants*.
- The primary contact for the team fills out the "Team Application Form"
- Each individual team member fills out the "Participant Application Form"
- The primary contact submits the required forms to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Once your team has been notified of its successful application and has paid the registration fees to PEMAC, each participant will receive an invitation to register from Toronto Metropolitan University.
*Exception - for small municipalities (population < 100,000) an application form for a single person will be considered. All 3 forms are still required.
Application Packages Available Soon - Join the list to get notified.
Complete the form below to request an application package. If we receive multiple requests from a single municipality, we will also use this contact information to connect people to avoid duplication of effort, as only one application per municipality will be accepted.
For more information email email@example.com or call (905) 823 7255 extension 11.
To receive the application package complete the form below.