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Advancing Natural Asset Management : IPWEA 2018 Annual Parks Seminars from the 29th October- register NOW.

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Advancing Natural Asset Management

More information and Register at  https://www.ipwea.org/eventwebpages/parksseminar2018

The IPWEA 2018 annual parks seminars will focus on the following topics:

  • Valuation of living assets – Obtain clarity on a topic that continues to generate significant debate- often mixed with an element of confusion!
  • Learn what you can do, what you should do and how you can do it
  • Incorporating living assets into your asset register
  • Renewal planning and the role of condition and performance assessment
  • Applying asset management planning techniques to bush/natural areas
  • Preparing levels of service for living assets including bush areas
  • Preparing service specifications for living assets
  • Leveraging resources for natural areas from wider environmental benefits

Venues and dates:

Brisbane 29 Oct

Sydney 30 Oct

Adelaide 31 Oct

Melbourne 1 Nov

Perth 8 Nov

 

IPWEA Parks Seminars. In-house delivery now available for those unable to attend

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Xyst has recently completed delivery of the annual Parks Seminar series throughout Australia with sessions on Levels of Service, Service Reviews and developing a performance assessment approach for parks.

If you would like more information on any of these topics or would like to arrange for the delivery of this training, or any other past topics, please contact brian@xyst.biz

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NZRA Lighting & Wayfinding Seminars

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Training for the assessment of lighting infrastructure and the range of lighting options available and the benefits and drawbacks of each option to enable better procurement and asset management decisions.

Training for undertaking wayfinding audits, assessing current sign system and identify opportunities for improvement. Understanding the range of sign production and management options and the role of social media and technology in wayfinding.