Transit Maintenance and Asset Management


Yorkville Conference Center, 150 Bloor Street West, Suite 200

M5S 2X9




Tel+1 416 365 9800

Fax+1 613 248 7965

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Canadian Urban Transit Association (CUTA/ACTU)
5 Days
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Education information

Intended Audience

This learning event is intended for:

  • Incumbent managers, supervisors, and coordinators from the following areas: Maintenance, Fleet, Facilities, Operations, Planning, Finance
  • Transit General Managers and Directors
  • Employees in a maintenance and asset management succession stream
  • Employees interested in developing a greater understanding of how transit works

Target Competencies

At the end of this learning event, learners will be able to:

  • Explain the fundamentals of asset management, apply its principles to facility and fleet maintenance planning
  • Apply life cycle planning and costing for all transit assets
  • Develop and implement a predictive maintenance program for facilities and fleets
  • Estimate and schedule facility and fleet maintenance programs
  • Prepare a transit asset management plan and annual work plans
  • Develop and justify budgets and staffing plans
  • Measure and evaluate existing maintenance and asset management programs
  • Integrate human capital fundamentals in asset management planning
  • Manage human resource issues in maintenance

Learners will cover the following topics:

  • Asset management principles: managing and maintaining fleet, buildings, systems, and people assets
  • Facility assets: design and maintenance
  • Lifecycle planning and costing
  • Financial concepts and controls
  • Maintaining assets: maintenance planning and preventive maintenance programs
  • Scheduling maintenance of assets
  • Parts planning and inventory controls
  • Key performance indicators
  • Human capital
  • Developing an asset management program