The Buried Asset Management Institute-International (BAMI-I) is hosting a Certificate of Training in Asset Management (CTAM) workshop at the City of Atlanta’s Department of Watershed Management (DWM), Sept. 9-12.
The four-day workshop offers an exclusive four-part series in water asset management coursework – covering CTAM 100, 200, 300 and 400. The workshop covers one course level per day. Upon completion of the four courses, participants receive designation as an Associate Water Asset Manager (AWAM) plus 30 hours of PDH credits.
The fees are $1,000 per City of Atlanta DWM attendee, and $1300 per non-City of Atlanta DWM attendee. 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, discussions, and networking opportunities.
The Buried Asset Management Institute (BAMI) was established in the Department of Watershed Management (DWM) for the City of Atlanta in 2003 as a result of the leadership and inspiration of Mayor Shirley Franklin and DWM Commissioner Jack Ravan. In 2004, BAMI transitioned to BAMI-International (BAMI-I). BAMI-I 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. In 2006, BAMI-I was selected for U.S. EPA Cooperative Agreement (CP 83 282901-1), which was completed in 2008. As a result of it, BAMI-I launched the Certificate of Training in Asset Management courses (CTAM 100-400). This program consists of 4 online courses plus a 2-level certification program (Associate Water Asset Manager (AWAM) & Professional Water Asset Manager (PWAM)). So far, individuals from 16 countries have enrolled in the CTAM program.
For information, contact Tom Iseley at email@example.com or call 404-386-5667. Or, visit the course website.