Program

  • Symposium Registrations now open

    Sympoisum 2018 Registrations Open CroppedWe're excited to announce that registrations are now open for this year's symposium! This year's symposium will focus on Asset Management in Government and aims to bring representatives from various state governments together to share experiences and challenges in Asset Management and provide a forum for information sharing.

    Some items on the program include:

  • Tasmania Chapter - 9 December 21

    Join the Asset Management Council Hobart Chapter for a 4-part afternoon technical seminar featuring presentations covering asset management related projects from the local industry:

    Date: Thursday, 9 December 2021
    Time: 1pm - 4pm
    Place: Engineers Australia Office, Level 5, 188 Collins Street, Hobart
    Cost: Free for members; non-members $30

  • The Challenges to and Benefits of Managing your Data, Information and Knowledge as a Strategic Business Asset

    Symp Sneak Peek 1Join us on Friday, 4th October for our Implementing Asset Management in Government Symposium. Read on for a sneak peek of just one of the topics that we will be exploring during the day.

  • Themes of Asset Management

    James Price Symp

    During the Asset Management Council’s recent Asset Management in Government Symposium, held on Friday 4th October at the Pan Pacific Melbourne on the picturesque South Wharf, there were key themes that sprang from each speaker. Read on to learn more about the day and the speakers’ themes.

  • Upcoming MRiAM Webinar on Reliabiilty Basics

    What is Reliability? The Basics.
    Hosted by the AMCouncil's Maintenance & Reliability in Asset Management special interest group
    Tuesday 29 March @ 1pm AEDT

    Click here to register to be sent your link

  • Upcoming Perth Chapter Government Forum (Hybrid Event) - 25 May 2022

    Asset Management in Government Forum - register to attend in person in Perth or dial in online

    Join the Asset Management Council Perth Chapter for an update on current developments in government asset management policy and practice and an opportunity to network with government asset management executives and practitioners.

    This event is aimed at enabling government agencies to share experience and knowledge related to asset management practice in a state and commonwealth government context. It follows previous successful events showcasing approaches to asset management planning adopted by government agencies and sharing lessons learned. It also provides a forum for government asset management executives and practitioners to network with other agencies outside their portfolios.

  • Wanting to catch up?

    runner race competition femaleHave you missed an event and want to know what content was shared? Or do you simply want to revisit something of interest? Most presentations given during our technical events are uploaded to our members only knowledge bank. Comprising of over 900 technical articles, papers and presentations, simply visit here and search for a topic or a presenter to access their slide presentations.

    Most recent uploaded presentations include:

  • Webinar on 'Fundamentals of Asset Management' by the Asset Management Society, India

    Through our affiliation with the Asset Management Society India, four Asset Management Council representatives have been invited to speak at a webinar session on the topic of 'fundamentals of asset management'. Being held Saturday 27th November, this is a two hour event commencing at 11am India time, which is 4.30pm AEDT (Sydney / Melbourne). For details and registration visit: https://bit.ly/Fundamentals-AM-1

  • What does a good Asset Management Leader look like?

    IMG 0009Deeksha Sumanth the NSW Women in Asset management Representative (WiAM)  ran a WiAM led event for the Sydney Chapter on the 17 October 2019. A very well attended event with an expert panel discussing ‘What does an Asset management Leader look like?’ Deeksha described the WiAM interest group and certainly encouraged further participation form Sydney’s attending members.