The Buried Asset Management Institute International (BAMI-I) has teamed with a water association to produce an asset management workshop.
BAMI-I is a non-profit corporation dedicated to educating and assisting in the application best practices for buried asset management in order to extend the life and efficiency of assets.
The organisation has partnered with the New Jersey Water Environment Association (NJWEA) to hold a one-day Certificate of Training in Asset Management (CTAM) 100 workshop on May 6 at the NJWEA Annual Conference taking place in New Jersey, US.
NJWEA attendees can register for US$350, while those not attending the annual conference can register for US$450.
On completion, participants will receive continuing education units.
Previously, under a US Environmental Protection Agency Cooperative Agreement, BAMI-I launched the CTAM, comprising four online courses and two level certification program to become and Associate Water Asset Manager and a Professional Water Asset Manager (PWAM).
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For more information about the course contact BAMI-I Board of Directors PWAM Chair Dr Tom Iseley at firstname.lastname@example.org
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