Florida Online Trainings | Asset Management and Financial Management for Small Water Systems

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Date(s) - 07/21/2020 - 07/22/2020
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Part 1: Asset Management for Small Water Systems: Optimizing Asset Life for Sustained Operations
Part 2: Financial Management for Small Water Systems: Planning for the Next 5 Years and Beyond

Tuesday, July 21, 10:30-12 EST
Asset Management for Small Water Systems: Optimizing Asset Life for Sustained Operations

In the current climate of increasing regulations, decreasing revenues, and aging and decaying infrastructure, an asset management approach is vital. This webinar will provide you with tools to begin the process and understand the benefits of asset management, which helps you solve problems that are important to you and your operations. Asset management helps you make decisions about how to operate, maintain, repair, rehabilitate, and replace utility assets and maintain a desired level of service at a sustainable cost.

We will discuss:
-An overview of the 5 core components
-The value of having an asset management Plan
-Available tools to help you get started with asset management
-Florida funding and state specific tools

Presenter: Brian Bohnsack, Program Manager, Wichita State University Environmental Finance Center


Wednesday, July 22, 10:30-12 EST
Financial Management for Small Water Systems: Planning for the Next 5 Years and Beyond

You work hard to provide safe, quality drinking water to your customers at fair rates. But how are your finances? This web-based training will provide you with the tools to improve the fiscal health of your utility without compromising service or deferring maintenance.

This 1.5-hour training will provide an introduction to the following topics:
-Tracking and benchmarking financial performance
-Designing appropriate rate structures

Presenter: Austin Thompson, Project Director, Environmental Finance Center at University of North Carolina

Training Contact: Allison Perch, perch@sog.unc.edu