AM Booklet Download
Thank you for requesting a copy of CNAM’s Asset Management 101 Booklet!
If you requested a printed hard copy to be shipped to you, we will dispatch it shortly and it should arrive within 2 weeks.
FREE Recorded “Intro to AM” Webinars
CNAM have recorded webinars that feature a presentation that will explain some of the basics around asset management, with a focus on ‘what’ asset management is, and ‘why’ it’s important for you and your community. The Live Q&A session with the panelists give you the opportunity to hear first hand from communities across Canada who are at various stages of progressing asset management in their communities.
Please visit http://cnam.ca/newtoam/webinars/ to watch the webinar recordings.
All recordings are FREE to access and are open to everyone! Please forward this to anyone else in your organization who might be interested (engineers, accountants, operations and maintenance, planners, CAOs, elected officials, etc)
CNAM Conference Windsor Ontario, May 2018
Join us in Windsor next May as we look at “Bridging the Gap” in infrastructure finance, engineering and public policy that sometimes exists within the asset management profession in Canada, and around the world. Now in it’s 12th year, the CNAM Conference and Tradeshow will continue to deliver leading edge professional development, idea sharing, workshops and fun networking opportunities with your peers and new players in government, academia and industry. CNAM is growing and poised to help you and your organization connect to the future of asset management, we hope to see you in Windsor May 14-17, 2018! For more information and to register please visit http://cnam.ca/events/conference/2018-conference/
More info on CNAM’s Awareness & Outreach program is at www.cnam.ca/NewToAM.
If you have any questions on the program and our various activities please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|A selection of these initiatives are offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, and funded by the Government of Canada.|