Training Overview

NAMS Training and Education - the knowledge centre for Asset Management in New Zealand

NAMS is recognised as the knowledge centre for asset management in New Zealand, and offers a range of training to support NZ's asset management industry. We update our training regularly to ensure it stays relevant. Our presenters are all experienced practitioners, familiar not just with the theory - but with the practice of asset management. 

We offer tailored courses to meet the specific needs of any organisation, and a suite of courses on a range of asset management topics. We have delivered these courses in both New Zealand and overseas. NAMS courses combine theory, analysis of actual case studies and practical examples with a range of exercises to comprehensively demonstrate the concepts.

Discounts

IPWEA NZ members - receive 10% off NAMS training
Multiple event attendance - entitle attendees to a discount
Organisations who register more than one attendee - also receive a discount

In-House training at your organisation

NAMS offers in-house training, allowing you to train a larger number of people more cost effectively, saving both time and travel costs for your company.

We can develop new courses to meet your individual and organisational asset and activity management needs, ranging from two hour, to multi-day courses.

For further details please contact Sally Chapman at: sally.chapman@engineeringnz.org

View upcoming NAMS training


Manuals and Guidelines

Our Manuals and Guidelines are internationally recognised.

Please note: Please do not order IIMM from this site if you are from overseas.

There are two ways to pay for your purchase:

  1. Direct Credit - please contact us by email for NAMS bank details- we will issue access to the site once the money has been received

  2. We can invoice Local and Central Government sector and NAMS partner organisations - please email us at accounts.nz@ipwea.org with your PO number.

NB: Non-New Zealand residents you can purchase copies of IIMM Manual online from IPWEA in Australia here.