This initiative is offered through the Municipal Asset Management Program, which is delivered by the Federation of Canadian Municipalities and funded by the Government of Canada.

Course curriculum

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    Pre-course Requirements

    • Letter Of Commitment - Workshop R3 C5

    • Assessing your community using FCM’s Asset Management Readiness Scale

    • Take the Pre Course AMRS assessment - Workshop R3 C5

    • NAMS+ Log in credentials

    • Session details and dates

  • 3

    Introduction to Asset Management

    • Session (1of 6) Introduction to Asset Management. Session overview and learning materials.

    • Introduction Quiz

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    Risk and Demand Management

    • Session (2 of 6) - Risk and Demand Management. Session overview and learning materials.

    • The Risk Quiz

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    Lifecycle Costing

    • Session (3 of 6) - Lifecycle Costing. Session overview and learning materials.

    • Expected Results from Sample Data

    • The Lifecycle Costing Quiz

    • The Lifecycle Costing Quiz 2

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    Levels of Service

    • Session (4 of 6) - Levels of Service. Session overview and learning materials.

    • The Levels of Service Quiz

    • The Levels of Service Quiz 2

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    Your Data and the AMP

    • Session (5 of 6) - Your Data and the AMP. Session overview and learning materials.

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    AM Bigger Picture

    • Session (6 of 6) - AM Bigger Picture. Session overview, zoom link and learning materials.

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    Course Close

    • Required FCM Participant Evaluation - Workshop R3 C5

    • NAMS Canada Feedback Survey

    • Your Post Course AMRS assessment - Workshop R3 C5

    • Certificate of Completion


Troy Sykes

Troy has 23 years’ experience working in Municipal Government.  Troy has extensive knowledge in strategic asset management planning, as well as asset management implementation. He has developed levels of service methodology  and has been involved in development of work plans and safety protocols, and project management methodologies. Troy is a graduate of the IPWEA Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning.

Lee Anne Harder

Lee Anne has 21 years’ experience in the public sector with 18 years in municipal government. Her focus over the last 6 years has been planning and implementing asset management systems. Additional experience includes finance, corporate budgeting, process review, strategic planning and policy development.

Jolene Callum

Jolene has been apart of the NAMS Canada team for 2 years facilitating the IPWEA Professional Certificate in Asset Management Course as well as providing technical support for NAMS+ subscribers. She is eager to assist you and your municipality with developing the skills needed for your asset management planning.