Book now for our Infrastructure Asset Management 4-Day Courses being held in Cape Town and Johannesburg!
If you received an email invitation to these courses, please note the change of dates for the Cape Town course.
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All modern economies are underpinned by a vast infrastructure of roads and other transport systems, water supply, waste disposal, energy, telecommunications and recreational networks. The infrastructure of a nation supports the fabric of modern living which is taken for granted until something fails or no longer provides the expected service. Infrastructure represents a major investment which, in developed countries, has been built up progressively over the last 100 years or longer. This, in itself, is reason enough for applying the best management skills to ensure that it continues to provide sustainable and economic service. But there are other even more compelling reasons for ensuring that the best practices are applied to our national, regional and local infrastructure, such as infrastructure networks provide the platform for economic and social development, it is the cornerstone of public health and safety, etc.
IMESA offers a 2-day course and a 4-day course, designed especially to develop the skills that will assist you in the management of your municipality’s infrastructure assets.
IMESA Infrastructure Asset Management courses
Please note that dates are not displayed in these forms. Please contact our Training Co-ordinator for details of scheduled courses (email email@example.com or telephone 031-266 3263).
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Other IMESA Courses
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If you would like to enquire about any of our courses, please contact Judy Stephens on 031-266 3263 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can submit your enquiry below.