The Buried Asset Management Institute-International (BAMI-I) and Underground Construction Technology Association North Texas Chapter (UCTA-NT) have teamed up to present Certificate of Training in Asset Management (CTAM), Nov. 5-8, at the Upper Trinity Regional Water District Administration Building and Water Conservation Garden, in Lewisville, Texas.
The workshop consists of four, one-day courses covering an overview, and details about developing, managing and financing an asset management program. Instructed by the foremost experts in the country, the workshop is designed for novices and experienced professionals, alike.
Upon completion, participants receive certification as an Associate Water Asset Manager, plus 30 Professional Development Hours (PDH) credits.
Fees of $900 per UCTA-member attendee or $1,200 per non-UCTA-member attendee includes classroom instruction and all accompanying materials, exams and certificates; light breakfast, lunch and refreshments daily; one social event (Wednesday); discussions and networking opportunities. To register or download a registration form, visit bami-i.com.