Canadian Network of Asset Managers Workshop: AM Competency Framework - Virtual
IMPLEMENTING CNAM’S AM COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK IN YOUR ORGANIZATION (VIRTUAL WORKSHOP) September 9 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT $95
IMPLEMENTING CNAM’S AM COMPETENCY FRAMEWORK IN YOUR ORGANIZATION (VIRTUAL WORKSHOP)
September 9 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm EDT
Implementing CNAM’s AM Competency Framework in Your Organization
How to develop and adopt an AM Competency Management Program to increase your organization’s AM capacity and build your staff’s AM capabilities.
We are hosting a half-day workshop to introduce CNAM’s AM Competency Framework (AMCF) to municipalities and other public sector organizations. We will show what CNAM”s AMCF can do for your organization, and teach you how to implement a Competency Management Program based on the AMCF in your own organization. Attendees at this workshop will be at the cutting edge of AM capacity development and capability building in Canada and will be part of shaping the future of the industry!
- Learn about CNAM’s AM Competency Framework for Canadian Communities and how it can help you increase AM capacity and build AM capabilities.
- Work with experts to apply and align the AMCF within your organization, identify organizational and personal competency gaps, and identify competency development and management activities you or your organization can undertake to close those gaps
The AMCF is intended for Canadian communities, including municipal and regional governments, indigenous communities, and other similar public organizations that own infrastructure and/or provide infrastructure services. It was explicitly developed to be useful for communities of all sizes, small to large, and for all levels of AM maturity, from those that are just starting out, to those with more advanced AM operations. While the AMCF has been worded specifically for Canadian communities, it is expected that the framework could benefit communities globally who face similar challenges in building AM capacity and capabilities within their organizations.
This initiative is offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program (MAMP), which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and funded by the Government of Canada.
For more information about the AMCF visit: https://cnam.ca/resources/am-competency-framework/.
If you would like more information on the AMCF development program please contact us at [email protected].
Ian Gerritsen, CNAM Program Manager and Lead AMCF Editor
Iain Cranston, CNAM Program Manager and Trainer
- $95 per person
- +$45 for each additional participant from the same organization
(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
- Current Month