Events

  • Melbourne, transforming culture and behaviour in asset centric organisations

    Melbourne 21 Feb 19The Melbourne Chapter has had a great start to the year with over 30 keen AMCouncil members and associates who got together late February to discuss challenges in transforming culture and behaviour in asset centric organisations. A discussion was had led by Greg Williams, Executive, Executive Director Asset Performance, Yarra Trams, and Julian Watts, Director Engineering & Asset Management, KPMG.

  • MRiAM SIG May Event (Webinar) - 20 May 21

    Share or Learn - the Art of Influencing Action

    Join the Asset Management Council's Maintenance & Reliability in Asset Management (MRiAM) special interest group for a presentation on the art of influencing action, moderated by Shane Scriven, Chair, MRiAM.

    Have you ever completed an investigation into the reliability of a piece of equipment or system to determine why its reliability is low only to have the solutions sit and wait for action?  It is frustrating to complete an investigation, which can take considerable time and resources depending on the complexity, only to find that it is difficult to implement the solutions due to the ownership of the actions. 

  • National Symposium Registrations Open

    With the government sector taking up asset management implementation, it's a ripe time to learn all about it. Come along to discover the latest asset management happenings across states and how it's benefiting communities. For more info, visit: www.amcouncil.com.au/events/symposium

  • New CPD Technical Webinar Series

    Bringing theory to life - Journey with us as we take a deep dive into six aspects of asset management, with each month dedicated to one of the asset management landscape subject areas, beginning with May - Strategy & Planning | Free for AMCouncil members | An easy way to earn CPD

  • New Virtual AM Data Forum - Registrations Open

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    The Asset Management Council is delighted to announce the launch of its Virtual Asset Management Data Forum, taking place next month on the 18 June 2020, bringing together a plethora of industry thought leaders and asset managers committed to the development of Asset Data Management best practice.

  • New Webinar - ISO5500x Series An Update with Martin Kerr

    Martin Kerr is the AMCouncil representative for all things to do with ISO550xx and is the current convener of Working Group 6 which is overseeing the review of ISO55001 in conjunction with ISO55000. Join Martin on Wednesday 23rd February at 1pm AEDT for an update on the work of ISO/TC251 during this interactive online webinar. Two existing standards (ISO55000 and ISO55001) are currently being reviewed and are at committee draft (CD1) stage. Martin will provide an update of potential changes and seek your high-level feedback during the presentation.

    Click here to register to be sent your link.

  • 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.

  • New Zealand Chapter March Webinar (includes AGM) - 9 March 22

    Applications of Machine Learning to BIM and Asset Management, and Embedding Sustainability into Asset Management (commences with NZ Chapter AGM)

    Click here to register

    Date:  Wednesday, 9 March 2022
    Time: 4pm - 6pm NZDT (commences with AGM, approx 20 mins)
    Place: Online, register to be sent your link
    Cost: Free for AMCouncil members
    Earn: 2 CPD points

  • New Zealand Chapter November Event (Hybrid) - 4 November 21

    LV visibility enabling Energy Capability & Scaling a Digital Twin Pilot

    Date: Thursday, 4 November 2021
    Time: 4pm (for 4.15pm start) - 6.30pm
    Place: WSP Office, 6 Ossian Street, Ahuriri, Napier, New Zealand
    Cost: Free for AMCouncil; else AUS$30.
    Earn: 2 CPD points

  • New Zealand Chapter Soft Launch!

    IMG 20180531 WA0001NZ members and their guests from as far as the University of Notre Dame attended the AMC NZ Chapter event last Monday. As well as a soft launch to officially open the chapter, the topic of the evening was asset resilience where Dr. Kevin Walsh shared some of his learnings from the US, and Dr. Temitope Egbelakin presented a current case study of a NZ local authority.     

  • New Zealand speakers wanted for 2022 March Symposium

    The Asset Management Council New Zealand Chapter second annual symposium brings representatives from diverse industries together to share asset management experiences, knowledge and challenges and provides a forum for networking and information sharing. We are seeking expressions of interest to speak at this event:

    Asset Management Council New Zealand Chapter Symposium 2022
    9 March 2022, Butterfly Creek, Auckland

  • November Meeting Point, out now!

    mail 1048452 1920The latest edition of Meeting Point, our monthly e-newsletter was released on Friday. With a new, streamlined look featuring all the November highlights - technical articles, events, photos and opportunities - it's sure to have something for everyone. Read it here.

  • NSW Government CoP

    CoP 24 May 19Another full house at the NSW Govt #assetmanagement Community of Practice this morning, 24th May 2019.

  • NZ Chapter July Event (Hybrid) - 29 July 21

    Asset Management for Public Good

    Join the Asset Management Council New Zealand Chapter for a technical session on the New Zealand Defence Force's customised approach to ISO 55000 alignment for equipment management, and Wellington Water's strategic approach to integration and the pathway to reform.

  • NZ Driving Asset Management Performance Improvement Forum

    1Our New Zealand neighbours held a half-day forum, co-sponsored by AM Council and Unison, on driving asset management performance improvement on the afternoon of the 31st October. Topics included: Change management strategy to implement ISO 55001; One year beyond ISO55001, digital strategy; Lessons learnt by Transpower, Asset management and PAS 55; and evolving asset management.

  • NZ using AM to support Redevelopment and Regeneration

    NZ 25 Feb 19

    The first technical session of the New Zealand Chapter on large property portfolio asset management strategies drew a lot of attention from specialists in that sector. The affordability housing challenges in Auckland is not too different from the other cities such as Tauranga, Hamilton, Wellington, etc. Developing a holistic (systemic) asset management approach as outlined in the ISO 55000 standards has significantly helped resolve some of TRC challenges.

  • October Meeting Point - now released

    enewsletterKeep up to date with all things Asset Management. Check out the latest edition of Meeting Point, our monthly e-newsletter. It covers all the October highlights, from events and training seminars to professonal development opportunities and technical resources.

    Read it here.

  • Our New Events Coordinator

    We are proud to announce the arrival of our newest events coordinator, Ms. Juliette Bond!

  • Parramatta, a Smart City?

    Pic1On a very wet night Sydney Chapter heard from Geoff King, Acting Group Manager City Strategy about Parramatta City Council's journey towards developing a smart city using asset management principles.

  • Perth and the Three C's (Certification and Corrosion at Curtin)

    IMG 0616It was a full house for Perth last Thursday as the Chapter collaborated with Curtin University for an informative technical event. First up was Andrei Ezergailis, ASC Pty Ltd's CCSM LifCycle Manager, to go over ASC's journey to ISO55001's certification and the lessons learned from it. Next was Curtin's very own senior research fellow from their Faculty of Science and Engineering, Katerina Lepkova, to address the latest developments in corrosion protection measures.