Webinar

  • Brisbane talks risks within asset management

    Brisbane 31 March WebinarTuesday 31st March saw the Brisbane Chapter host a webinar on the subject of risk within asset management. This presentation saw Geoff Hales present on risk and criticality for optimised management of assets and Kim Adil speak about risk implications for RCM, equipment inspections and work execution. 

    It was interesting to see locations of the attendees taking up of the webinar not just across Australia but stretching as far as the USA, Europe, Middle East and even Moscow. The chapter are also planning for the seminars for the foreseeable future to be delivered by webinar.

  • Catch up on our recent episodes on AMC-TV!

    tv 1015426 1920We've now just passed our fourth session in our fortnightly 'Asset Management in Action' series, showcasing projects from our Excellence Awards finalists during AMPEAK16 and 17. Thank you to David Scott from Wave Digital, who took the time to tell us all about their project, developing a system integration and data visualisation framework for South East Water, and to Tim Purves from Icon Water who talked us through the development of a Program of Work Balance Model.

  • Celebrate International Women's Day with our top three WiAM broadcasts

    International Womens Day 2020International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. To celebrate, let's take a look at our top three AMCouncil webinars broadcasted throughout recent times by our Women in Asset Management special interest group (WiAM). We hope you enjoy them.

  • Chapter Webinar on Wednesday! Open Registration

    Join the Sydney Chapter on Wednesday 18th March 2015 for their first ever live Webinar!

  • Happy International Mentoring Day

    mentor 2062999 1920We hope all the mentors and mentees in our Women in Transport Asset Management Mentoring Program had a great day on Saturday with it being International Mentoring Day! Since our pilot program is focused around progressing Women in the Transport space, we thought it apt to revisit a webinar the AMCouncil's special interest group, Women in Asset Management (WiAM), hosted last year.

  • How Asset Management is Driving Value in the Public Sector

    Tim Reardon Webinar Still 2In last week's Women in Asset Management webinar discussion Tim Reardon, Secretary of the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet explored what asset management means to NSW Government, how it adds value for the community, how we can harness new technologies and innovation to deliver value and why people, especially women, should be excited to work in asset management in the public sector.

  • How to Accelerate your Career?

    Felicia Behind the ScenesA wonderful online discussion was had earlier this week between Phebe Cho, Founder of Accelus, and Felicia Tristanto, our National Women in Asset Management (WiAM) Chair - all about mentoring and how to identify mentors, coaches, sponsors and supporters. Some great ideas to reflect on and put into action.

  • Important Update regarding AMPEAK20

    AMPEAK Update

    It is now clear that AMPEAK20 cannot proceed in its original advertised format due to current circumstances.  Our primary concern is for the health and safety of our members and stakeholders and the wider community.

    We have worked with the venue and are able to transfer AMPEAK for 12 months until 18th to 21st April 2021.  AMPEAK21 will be held 18th to 21st April 2021 at Crown Promenade, Melbourne.

    Delegates, speakers, exhibitors and sponsors are offered options of a transfer of registration to AMPEAK21 or a refund.  Here’s what to do if you would like a refund for AMPEAK20 or transfer to AMPEAK21:

  • Introduction to Reliability Webinar

    As part of the Asset Management Council's webinar series, Mark Mackenzie, Strategic Consulting Manager, K2 Technology and Asset Management Council board member will present an introduction to reliability, on 15 September 2015 at 2 PM AEST.

  • Jump into July - 5 webinars to choose from or join them all

    AMTues PostitEvery Tuesday is #amtues (Asset Management Tuesday). Starting with a great session on maintenance plan optimisation tonight from our Melbourne chapter, look what we've got lined up for you during the month ahead. Register for webinars individually below or click here to register for the July sessions all at once:

  • Jump into June - 5 webinars to choose from or join them all

    AMTues PostitEvery Tuesday is #amtues (Asset Management Tuesday). We just kicked off June with the first of a two-part look at establishing a new 'new normal': keeping your team connected during complicated times. As for the rest of the month, look what we've got lined up for you. Register for webinars individually below or click here to register for them all at once:

    Establishing a new 'new normal': Understanding asset management priorities in changing businesses
    9 June: 1pm AEST - Paul North, Head of Solutions, AssetFuture
    Register

  • Learn in your Lunchbreak

    Learn at LunchWe've now just passed our sixth session in our fortnightly 'Asset Management in Action' series, showcasing projects from our Excellence Awards finalists during AMPEAK16 and 17. Thank you to Richard Lu from Sydney Trains, who took the time to tell us all about their project, the development of an Asset Information Submission Guideline, and to Jun Li from Curtin University who talked us through his project on Infrastructural Condition Monitoring.

    Our series is able to reach our members far and wide from all around the world, with the benefit of them being able to join in during their lunchbreak from the comfort of their own home or office. Our webinars are able to be accessed by computer, tablet or even smartphone!

  • Lunch and Learn - How to Accelerate your Career with Phebe Cho

    Phebe Cho 2You are invited to join us at out next webinar to be held on:

    Date: Tuesday 19 June 2018
    Time: 1pm VIC-NSW-ACT-QLD-TAS | 12.30pm SA | 11am WA | 3pm NZ

    Place: Online (link to access webinar emailed one day prior to event)

  • Lunch and Learn is Back!

    Moniques webinar pictureWhat a turnout to last week's WiAM Lunch and Learn webinar. Over 130 people registered to hear a terrific presentation from Monique Beedles on Sustainability and Asset Management.

    It was a great taster for this year's AMPEAK conference in April which will focus on empowering sustainable change, and many participants took the opportunity to ask oodles of questions at the end.

  • New WiAM National Chair

    Lucie MitchellThe AMCouncil is delighted to announce that Lucie Mitchell has been elected as the Women in Asset Management SIG National Chair. The AMC would like to extend its sincere thanks to Felicia Tristanto, outgoing WiAM National Chair, for all her time and effort over the last three years.

    A great chance to get to know more about Lucie is to join her in next Tuesday's webinar. If you haven't already, make sure you register to join Lucie for a webinar discussion moderated by Helen Carroll around Value, and its Role in Successful Organisations.

  • Perth talks Financials 101

    DSC08999People from all around Australia watched on as Perth broadcasted their technical meet last night (a first for AMCouncil which we hope to do more of!) when Felicia Wong from Frontal Business Consultants explained how to understand, analyse and interpret financial statements using key ratios. The ability to understand financial statements is one of the imporant skills that will be condered favourably for upward career-mobility, and many people - both at the event and online - took the opportunity to learn more about it.

  • Process Hazard Analysis

    Ivica Ninic last week presented an introduction to Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) and how it relates to asset management. He discussed the purpose of PHA and provided a brief overview of the key tools used to analyse process hazards. He also took us through a practical application of hazard analysis to ensure the safe and prolonged operation of assets.

  • Share your Story

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    Yesterday saw the last of our #assetmanagement in action webinar series for the year. Over the past 8 sessions we've covered #integritymanagement, #decisionsupport, #riskmitigation, #conditionmonitoring, #lifeextension and more! Thanks to all our contributors and attendants - we hope you have found it valuable.

    If you missed out on one or more of these sessions, you can catch up on our AMC TV page here* available for AMCouncil members only, see our affordable membership options here.

    If you have a story to tell or a project to share and fancy presenting at one of next year's webinars, we would love to hear from you! It's an easy way and a great opportunity to be heard in your industry and to share with others the great work you have done or are doing. Please drop us a line at info@amcouncil.com.au

  • Share your Story - Call for Webinar Presenters

    Share Your StoryAn essential service of any association is offering high quality continuing education and learnings to its professional members. As valued members of the Asset Management Council, we invite you to join us in our commitment to deliver relevant and engaging information to those who work in the field of asset management.

  • Sydney tackles asset decision making using quantitiative risk management techniques

    Sydney Chapter Broadcast ScreenshotMark Ragusa, a dedicated asset management professional recently provided a large webinar audience with an interesting presentation on decision making and risk management processes within Ausgrid. Mark noted asset management must start with an understanding of the organisational objectives which are translated into asset management objectives. Creating this line of-sight will enable asset management decisions to align achieving organisational objectives. The basis for making asset management decisions must also be established so that decisions are consistent and appropriately supported.