AM 203 - Level of Service for Other Assets - Package
AM 203 - Level of Service for Other Assets - Package

Asset Management Part 1

Part I of the workshop on Levels of Service for other assets will cover facilities, vehicles, and equipment. The workshop will include a presentation covering a general introduction to levels of service, an overview of relevant regulatory requirements, and applicable best practices. The presentation will be followed by interactive discussions in breakout groups where participants, with the help of a facilitator, will work with templates to begin defining a levels of service framework for the asset category of choice (facilities, vehicles, or equipment).

What You will Learn:
The interactive workshop will help participants Develop a levels of service framework for facilities, vehicles, and equipment. Participants will work in small breakout groups to complete/customize templates with help from workshop facilitators. Beyond developing Levels of Service measures and metrics, the workshop will cover data collection, documentation, and setting targets.

Who Should Attend:
Local government staff that are responsible for asset management planning, particularly the development of a levels of service framework for facilities, vehicles, and equipment.

Benefits of Attending:
Participants can expect to
  • Leave the workshop with a foundation for a levels of service framework for one asset class (facilities, vehicles, or equipment).
  • Gain hands-on experience with a collaborative approach to defining levels of service.
  • Benefit from the future use of templates used in the workshops as they complete this work for other asset classes/service areas.

About your Presenter:
Peter Simcisko

Asset Management Part 2

Recreation, Improvements to Land and Natural Assets
Municipal infrastructure assets act as a conduit for the services that municipalities offer. An arena or playground provides a recreational service, by supporting community programs. Trees, trails and planted flowers enliven communities, providing aesthetic values. These non-core assets are vital to a community’s wellbeing, and will be a key components of the 2024 O.Reg. 588/17 requirements. Municipal staff will have the flexibility to decide what metrics they want to track against these type of assets, and they need to be equipped with the knowledge and tools to decide effectively. A well-designed levels of service framework can support decision-making and better communicate service performance to residents.

What You will Learn:
How are your levels of service impacted by the cost, performance, and risk of your assets? What are some practical and useful level of service metrics for recreation, land improvements, and natural assets?

Who Should Attend:
Local government staff that are responsible for asset management related activities such as financial planning, levels of service tracking, and risk and lifecycle management.

Benefits of Attending:
Participants can expect to:
  • Gain a clear understanding of the elements and data required to build an operational/practical levels of service framework.
  • Gain knowledge, through interactive discussions, on the levels of service metrics that you can employ for your Municipality, and how to communicate them effectively.

About your Presenters:

Mai Abdou, Asset Management Consultant, PSD 
Jordan Gonda, Asset Management Consultant, PSD

Asset Management Part 3

Part III of the course on Levels of Service for other assets will cover a range of other assets not covered through previous sessions (e.g., IT hardware, software, trees, signs, etc.).

What You will Learn:
The webinar will cover the following:
  • Process for developing a levels of service framework with examples for a variety of assets not covered through previous sessions.
  • Lessons learned from the development of LOS for core assets
  • Importance of and strategies for collecting, documenting, and maintaining data to facilitate LOS tracking and reporting
  • Strategies for identifying LOS targets and linking them to lifecycle management strategies

Who Should Attend:
Local government staff that are responsible for asset management planning, particularly the development of a levels of service framework for a variety of asset classes, including computer hardware/software, trees, and signs.

Benefits of Attending:
Participants can expect to
  • Gain an understanding of the process involved in establishing a levels of service framework
  • Gain insights into setting LOS targets and linking them to lifecycle management strategies
  • Benefit from templates used to develop levels of service for other assets.

About your Presenter:
Peter Simcisko
Discounted member price: 400.00
600.00
You could save: 33.3%
 
 

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