Review of school asset management approach – have your say!
School Infrastructure NSW (SINSW) has commissioned independent consultancy Advisian to review the current asset management approach to school maintenance, minor works and school funded works, to ensure that SINSW delivers the best learning environment for state school students across NSW.
As part of this review, P&C members are invited to participate in a survey about their experience of working with the Asset Management Unit (AMU) to deliver school infrastructure.
The survey will be open to all P&C members, and will remain open until 6 July 2018.
Your input is important, and will be used to identify issues relating to the current asset management approach, and to improve the delivery of the school infrastructure that is essential to achieving learning objectives.
I invite you to take the opportunity to contribute your valuable insights at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PnC_Asset_Survey.
More about the review
The Asset Management Review commenced in March. As part of this review, Advisian is engaging with key stakeholders across NSW including school Principals, Department of Education and parents, through the P&C Federation.
In April Advisian completed a survey of school Principals, to gain a better understanding of their experience of working with the AMU to deliver school infrastructure projects. Advisian has also held face to face meetings with more than 50 Principals, and a number of AMU staff, to get a deep understanding of how the current asset management approach is working.
The survey of P&C members now underway will provide further insight into what aspects of asset management are working well, and how it could be further improved.