BAMI-I has teamed up with the city of Atlanta, DWM, to hold the four-day CTAM workshop.
The Buried Asset Management Institute – International (BAMI-I) has contracted directly with the city of Atlanta to conduct a four-day Certificate of Training in Asset Management (CTAM) workshop.
Taking place on 9–12 September 2019, the workshop will comprise a four-part series in asset management coursework for water infrastructure and certification; it will cover one course per day.
Upon completion, participants will receive the certification of Associate Water Asset Manager, as well as being eligible for 30 hours of personal development hour credits.
The course fee includes all instruction materials, exams and certificates, as well as daily refreshments and access to social events and networking opportunities.
BAMI was established in 2003 in the Department of Watershed Management (DWM) for the city of Atlanta and transitioned to BAMI-I in 2004.
This is the first time that BAMI-I has contracted directly with a city to conduct the CTAM course, in none other than the city BAMI-I started in.
For more information visit the BAMI-I website.
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