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REGional workshop 7: Strategic case, business case, communications and engagement

The purpose of this workshop was to increase familiarity and confidence with the BCA process by reviewing each other's draft strategic cases and collectively developing the content for the Programme Business Case (PBC) to cover maintenance, operations and renewals.

REGional workshop 8: Reviewing content for the Programme Business Case, Investment Assessment Criteria and links to GPS Transport

The purpose of this workshop was to increase familiarity and confidence with the BCA process by reviewing each other's worked example and how the NZ Transport Agency's investment assessment criteria work with the development of your Programme Business Case.

REGional workshop 9: Activity Management Plan Content (LA7, LA8 & LA9)

The purpose of this workshop was to increase AO and NZTA confidence in AOs successfully developing an Activity Management Plan that incorporates the ONRC, business case approach and meets the investment assessment criteria.

REGional workshop 10: Activity Management Plan Content (LA7, LA8 & LA9)

The purpose of this workshop was to support RCA development and quality of Activity Management Plans to meet REG expectations and NZTA investment assessment criteria.

REGional workshop 11: Activity Management Planning Improvement (LA7, LA8 & LA11)

The purpose of this workshop was to support RCA development and quality of Activity Management Plans to meet REG expectations and NZTA investment assessment criteria.

REGional workshop 12: A ‘Call for Action’ continuing sector improvements and service delivery (LA8 & LA15)

The purpose of this workshop was to support the sector’s ongoing development of their Activity Management Plans and prepare for delivering their transport programmes; including operations, maintenance, and renewals work with a customer focus.

REGional workshop 13: A ‘Call for Action’ next steps: your ‘to do’ list, AMP improvements and procurement (LA8 & LA15)

The purpose of this workshop was to support the sector in prioritising their improvement planning and building procurement capability to deliver on Activity Management Plans.

REGional workshop 14: Improving procurement strategies and data quality (LA3, 8, 15 & 17)

The purpose of this workshop was to support the sector in the improvement of their procurement strategies and data quality.

REGional workshop 15: Improving procurement strategies and data quality (LA3, 4, 5, 16 & 17)

The purpose of this workshop was to build sector understanding and application of how quality data and its use leads to achieving better outcomes along with building assurance that AMP improvement plans will be implemented.

REGional workshop 16: Progressing your AMP improvements, delivery, data, and understand the ONRC Urban Fit (LA3, 4, 5, 16 & 17)

The purpose of this workshop was to support the sector in their development of activity management excellence and meeting their improvement, delivery and reporting requirements for their 2021 LTP work.

REGional workshop 17: Our journey to excellence (LA16 & L17)

The purpose of this workshop was to explore the tools/resources and support the sector needs to succeed.

REGional workshop 18: Activity management excellence, what is it, and our journey of improvement (LA2, 7, 8, 14,16, 17)

The purpose of this workshop was to ensure RCAs are equipped to deliver optimal customer outcomes by improving the AMPs and understanding our journey to excellence.

REGional workshop F3 (R19): Procurement strategy, service delivery & programme business case journey to excellence (LA 7, 8, 15, 16, 17)

The purpose of this workshop was to enhance the development of procurement strategies, service delivery and the development of our programme business cases.

REG consultant & contractor workshop: Turning traction into action

The purpose of this workshop was to support the sector through training of the consultant and contracting industry in effectively implementing REG and NZ Transport Agency initiatives.

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