Benefits & Drivers of Good Asset Management Practice

When:  Mar 23, 2023 from 19:00 to 20:00 (ET)

Benefits and Drivers of Good Asset Management Practice

Convincing your community, your organisation

Good asset management is about ensuring infrastructure assets and services that the community value is delivered efficiently today – whilst providing certainty for the generations of tomorrow.

Building on the ‘Benefits and Drivers of Good Asset Management Practice’ published jointly by the Institute of Public Works Engineering Australasia (IPWEA) and the International Federation of Municipal Engineering (IFME), this webinar will:

  • explore the benefits of good asset management
  • define the key elements of asset management, and
  • help understand the stewardship responsibility in moving from annual budgeting to long-term financial planning.

All registrants will receive a free download copy of the new IFME / IPWEA publication ‘Benefits and Drivers of Good Asset Management Practice’.

Delivered by IPWEA’s leading experts, this FREE webinar is suitable for all involved in asset management.

This one-hour webinar event is exclusive to IFME member organisations and their members. All registrants will receive recorded access to a video of the webinar if your time zone makes live access challenging.

  • Steve Verity
  • Jacqui Hansen
  • With an introduction from IPWEA CEO David Jenkins.

Cost: Complimentary (1-hour Webinar & publication download)

Registration: Register to receive a link to the recorded video & publication download, even if you can’t attend the live event.

Your Timezone

Sydney, Australia (AEDT): 19:00
New York City, New York (EDT): 04:00
London, UK (GMT): 08:00
Rome, Italy (CET): 09:00
Johannesburg, South Africa (SAST): 10:00
Helsinki, Finland (EET): 10:00
Beijing, China (CST): 16:00

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Login: Register your attendance. Receive the link to the recorded webinar and publication download even if you can't attend the live event.
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