WM 240 follows on from WM 104 which introduced an overarching framework for tactical flood risk asset management, by focusing on the first two components: inspection and performance.
WM 240 provides more detail and discussion on inspection and performance, with respect to flood risk asset management.
The course includes:
- The importance inspecting assets, how often they should be inspected, and what data should be collected
- How to plan, design and develop an asset inspection methodology, including conducting and reporting an inspection
- The objectives of undertaking condition assessments, and its relationship with asset performance
- Performance assessment principles and methods
- How to inspect the various flood protection asset types, their specific failure modes and associated performance features.
On completion, learners are awarded a digital badge which can be saved and shared.
This course is a collaboration between IPWEA NZ and Asset BowManagement Ltd.
Who should attend
- Operational personnel responsible for flood protection asset inspections and condition assessments.
- Practitioners that work in flood risk management, asset management or other related fields.
- Senior fields supervisors and area engineers looking to refresh existing knowledge.
Typical attendees include
- River practitioners
- Field supervisors
- Area engineers
- Asset managers
- Operational personnel
- Public works professionals
- Operations engineers
- Text, images, video
- Formative assessment
- Case studies
- Summative assessment
This course will give you a deeper understanding of inspection and performance, with respect to flood risk asset management.
- Asset Condition
- Inspection Methodology
- Asset Types, Failure Modes and Performance Features
Where this fits in
- An understanding of the content in WM 104.