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BAMI offers asset management training

The Buried Asset Management Institute (BAMI) International will present a Certificate of Training in Asset Management (CTAM) course in Lewisville, US in November.

With extensive experience in education and assisting those who have an interest in buried asset management, BAMI International is teaming up with the Underground Construction and Technology Association North Texas Chapter (UCTA-NT) to hold the CTAM workshop.

CTAM courses consist of four online sequences and a two-level certification program.

The program has been growing in popularity as the years progress and thus far individuals from 16 countries have enrolled in the CTAM course.

The workshop will be a four-day offering of an exclusive four-part series in asset management coursework, CTAM, for water infrastructure and certification.

The workshop covers one course level per day, with completion of the four courses resulting in recognition as an Associate Water Asset Manager.

Participants who complete the course will also receive 30 hours of professional development hour (PDH) credits and a PDH certificate.

The workshop will be held in Lewisville, US on 5-8 November and will be hosted by UCTA North Texas.

The course will cost US$900 per UCTA attendee; non-UTCA attendees will be charged US$1,200.

Fees include classroom instruction and accompanying instruction material, exams, certificates and light breakfast, lunch and refreshments on a daily basis.

In addition, a social event will be held on 7 November to give participants the opportunity to engage in course discussion and to provide networking opportunities.

Spaces for the workshop are limited so potential enrolees are encouraged to register as soon as possible.

Click here to register for the course.

For more information visit the TTC website.

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