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Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) and Buried Asset Management Institute - International (BAMI-I)
CTAM Workshop Columbus 2017
May 16-19, 2017
WSOS Community Action Commission
A four-day workshop offering an exclusive four part series in Asset Management coursework, CTAM, for Water Infrastructure and certification. See below the WORKSHOP CONTENTS. The workshop covers one course level per day in a classroom format. Upon completion of the four courses, participants receive designation as an Associate Water Asset Manager (AWAM) plus 30 hours of PDH credits.
The Westin Columbus, 310 South High Street, Columbus OH 43215
$1,100/person *** SPACE IS LIMITED! Register early to secure your spot.
The fee includes classroom instruction and all accompanying instruction materials (manuals, handouts), exams and certificates -- Courses Completion, the Associate Water Asset Manager (AWAM) Certificate and a PDH certificate, light breakfast/lunch/refreshments daily, one social event on Tuesday, 5-7 pm, discussions, and networking opportunities.
The following refund schedule would apply for any cancellations:
- 100 % refund, if cancelled by April 25, 2017, 11:30 PM EST (3 weeks before).
- 75% refund, if cancelled by May 2, 2017, 11:30 PM EST (2 weeks before).
- 50% refund, if cancelled by May 9, 2017, 11:30 PM EST (1 week before).
- No refund will be issued for cancellation afterward or no-shows.
Changes in Registration Policy:
- Registrations are fully transferrable but any name changes must be completed before the workshop start date (by May 15, 2017, 11:30 PM EST). No charge will apply for name changes.
CTAM stands for Certification of Training in Asset Management.. The program has been developed by BAMI-I (Buried Asset Management Institute - International) in conjunction with the Trenchless Technology Center at Louisiana Tech and Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis, in partnership with the Water Utility Infrastructure Management (UIM). The following are the contents of CTAM courses:
CTAM-100 – Overview of Asset Management
This course is an introduction to asset management concepts with special emphasis on its application to buried assets associated with water and sewer systems.
CTAM-200 – Developing an Asset Management Program
This course is focused on a utility’s buried assets such as pipes, manholes and valves that are “out-of-sight and out-of-mind.” The course introduces the internationally accepted “Total Asset Management Plan” concept and terminology and focuses on modifications to address current North American priorities.
CTAM-300 – Managing an Asset Management Program
This course is focused around managing an asset management program and covers organizational, legal and budgeting considerations; developing priorities, key performance indicators and risk-based budgeting; capacity, management, operation and maintenance; and manhole, lateral and pipeline inspection, mapping and rehabilitation methods.
CTAM-400 – Financing an Asset Management Program
This course covers the financial aspects of funding asset management plans including accounting principles (GAAP), reporting (GASB 34) and budgeting; level of service (LOS), capital improvement plans (CIPs), and life-cycle costing, strategic planning techniques including internal and external financing tools, and more.
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TTC & BAMI-I
The Trenchless Technology Center (TTC) is a research center at the Louisiana Tech University in Ruston, LA.whose mission is to promote research, development and technology transfer in the trenchless technology industry.
The TTC provides Association Management Services to the Buried Asset Management Institute - International (BAMI-I), which is a non-profit corporation whose main purpose is to educate and assist those who have an interest in applying best buried asset management practices to extend the life and efficiency of their assets.