Introduction Transportation Asset Management Plans
08/10/2021  |  1 Day Hybrid Online Class
7:45 AM  – 4:00PM

At a fundamental level, asset management involves understanding an agency’s assets, the level of performance expected of those assets, and the relationship between performance and the funding needed to operate and maintain the assets. A solid understanding of these relationships helps agencies determine the best strategy for investing in their asset network. The training starts with a discussion on the benefits of an asset management plan and wraps up identifying performance measures of an asset management plan.  This 1 Day Online Hybrid class introduces asset and data management guiding principles and key components of a transportation asset management plan.

Who Should Attend:
This class was developed for managers and workers alike.  Previous experience with asset and data management is not required.  Engineers, managers, planners, equipment operators, and laborers will learn techniques critical to the success of an agency’s transportation asset and management program..

Learning Modules:

Module 1: Asset Management Plan Applications in Transportation Agencies

Module 2: Creating a Transportation Asset Management Plan (TAMP)

Module 3: Transportation Asset Management Plan Components/Performance Measures

Module 4: Transportation Asset Management Plan Components/Implementation

About the Instructor: Walter C. Catlett possesses approximately 30 years of safety experience from the concrete pipe industry, military, and consulting engineering.  These experiences shaped his safety mindset, teaching him the importance of clear communication and the necessity to establish a safety culture. He is an effective trainer and educator responsible for the training of public works professionals through industry training events and professional association events for the last 20 years.  He serves on Virginia’s Local Transportation Assistance Program (LTAP) Advisory Board. He also serves on the Arkansas Department of Transportation’s Research Advisory Council. He has a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX and a Master of Strategic Studies from the U.S. Army War College in Carlisle Barracks, PA.  Mr. Catlett served in the United States Marine Corps and United States Army Reserves for a combined 30 years.