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ID: 1456
Category: O&M-Operations and Maintenance
Dates: 9/10/13-9/12/13
Location: Spokane, WA
Description: This course provides an overview of the reasons for establishing a well-defined water, sewer and solid waste operational framework. This course explores the possible structural options and components of an effectively operating tribal utility maintenance organization. Topics include: asset management, level of service, critical assets, operation and capital budget development, utility rates, regulatory compliance, and emergency response plans. This course is designed for tribal council members, administrators, and other tribal management personnel.
Learning Outcomes: • Recognize the operational, financial, and health benefits of effective utility management • Formulate strategies for capital planning, developing operating budgets, utility rates and revenues, regulatorty compliance, and emergency response • Discuss the organizational components and decision making for successful utility operation
Prerequisites: None
Instructors: TBA  
Agenda File: Draft Agenda OM Decision Makers.pdf
CEU: 2 -
Status: Completed