Course 2 - Advanced Topics for Asset Management
This course aims at familiarizing participants with more advanced asset management practices. It presents knowledge, tools, and techniques to develop or improve Asset Management for water sector operations. Learning exercises are designed to provide a deeper understanding of Asset Management for drinking water, wastewater, and stormwater applications.
In this course, you will learn
See the Instructors tab for more details about the course instructors.
Gage Muckleroy, PE, BCEE - Executive Advisor – Asset Management, GHD Advisory - North America
Mr. Duncan Rose - Principal Consultant and Technical Director, GHD Consulting Inc. (retired)
Dr. Sunil Sinha - Professor and Director, The Charles E. Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Sustainable Water Infrastructure Management (SWIM) Center, Virginia Tech
Mr. Gregory Chol - Aurora Water Asset Manager, City of Aurora, Colorado
Mr. Steve Allbee - Environmental Protection Agency (retired)
Standard Course Fee - $395
SWIM Center Member Fee - $345
This course is self-paced and available on-demand through Virginia Tech's learning management system for 180 days after the date of enrollment. This enables you to complete the course at your convenience. The course will take approximately 12-15 hours to complete depending on your familiarity with the topic and experience with online learning. A final test must be successfully passed with a minimum score of 80% to be awarded CEUs/PDHs. Upon successful completion, you will be awarded a certificate for 2.4 CEUs (24 PDHs) for completing this individual course.
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If you are seeking the Asset Management Certificate from Virginia Tech, you must also enroll and successfully complete Course 1 – Fundamentals of Asset Management and Course 3 - Asset Management Plan.
Fundamental Topics for Asset Management is first course in a series of three courses that constitute Virginia Tech's Asset Management Certificate.