Best-Practice Update Seminar (Half day)
The seminar will involve identifying and addressing emerging issues through implementation of the robust NSW Water Supply and Sewerage Best-Practice Management Framework (BPMF) ((PDF 23.9 KB)). The seminar will also address the streamlined implementation of Best-Practice Management (BPM) Framework including the Integrated Water Cycle Management (IWCM) Strategy, and will cover tools, systems and processes needed to achieve best practice in total asset management, financial planning and pricing. Examples of good practice in preparing an IWCM and Financial Plan will be highlighted.
Utilities are invited to make presentations on their successful implementation of new technology or the 19 requirements of the BPMF.
Participants will have the opportunity to raise any questions they would like addressed on any water supply and sewerage issues and to provide their views on how the NSW Department of Industry (the department) can continue to improve the BPMF.
Who should attend?
Recommended for attendance by NSW local water utility water and sewerage managers and engineers and other management staff involved with urban water services.
The complete seminar program will be provided at a later date.
What is included
Seminar notes, lunch, morning and afternoon tea.
What is not included
Writing material, calculator, accommodation, other meals not specified, transport to and from the seminar.
Information on seminar dates, location and costs can be found in the course schedule.
Registration of interest
Registration of interest for attending this seminar can be submitted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The department will send an invitation to this seminar, registration forms, venue details, the program and a timetable to all local water utilities approximately two months before the seminar.