Asset Management Program Spring Schedule Now Available
The Spring schedule for PEMAC's Asset Management Professional (AMP) program is now available and registration is now open! Start your journey to a higher level of asset management knowledge now or continue your journey towards your designation.
The AMP program provides an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of the latest in strategic asset management thinking from recognized global organizations. Participants are provided with a big picture perspective of AM, and the tools to develop the capacity to engage others and build their knowledge and skill in key subject areas such as risk management, knowledge management (enterprise database systems) and are introduced to tools for strategic decision making at each stage of the asset lifecycle.
Designed for mid-career professionals from a variety of backgrounds (IT, engineering and business management) who have responsibility for managing decisions with respect to the core life cycle functions such as design, selection, operation, maintenance of an organization’s assets, the AMP program offers strategic asset management thinking from recognized global organizations.
The program has been developed by PEMAC, a not-for-profit association, with reference to both ISO 5500x and the Asset Management Landscape produced by the Global Forum for Maintenance and Asset Management, participants gain a comprehensive understanding of asset management.
Delivered in an asynchronous online learning environment through Northern Lakes College starting this spring, the program is ideal from AM professionals from across Canada and around the world, in any time zone.
Participants who successfully complete all of the modules are eligible for the Certified Asset Management Professional (CAMP) certification - a designation that is recognized by a growing list of professional bodies and government institutions.
Learn more about the AMP program by listening to a complimentary information session.
Do you already have Asset Management Training and experience? You may qualify for credit towards some courses in the AMP program through the Prior Learning Assessment & Recognition (PLAR) program. Learn more about PLAR here.
Getting started in the program? AMP Course 1 is now offered at Northern Lakes College starting April 8, 2019. For more information click below, contact Edith Mackenzie at (780) 849-8624 or email email@example.com.
Have you already started the program and are continuing your asset management learning? Courses are still available at Humber College as we transition the program. Click here for the Humber College AMP schedule and contact Lisa Tubia at (416) 675-6622 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
AMP Spring 2019 Schedule
|Course 1 - Principles and Strategic Development||Monday, April 8 to June 16|
|Course 2 - Asset Management Capabilities Development||Monday, May 6 to Jul 8|
|Course 3 - Risk Management & Performance Improvement||Tuesday, May 7 to Jul 9|
|Course 4 - Developing and Implementing Asset Lifecycle Delivery Activities||Wednesday, May 8 to Jul 10|
|Course 5 - Asset Knowledge Management||Thursday, May 9 to Jul 11|
|Course 6 - Capstone||Tuesday, May 7 to Jul 9|
Note: schedule subject to change. Please confirm directly with the teaching institution for the most current information.