Becoming a Certified Asset Management Assessor Course
The “Certified Asset Management Assessor” (CAMA) certification establishes an individual's credentials in asset management knowledge and comprehension, globally.
Developed and authorized by PEMAC, the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada, this course prepares asset management professionals who are considering writing the Certified Asset Management Assessor Exam. CAMA certification is not only for current or future assessors. This certification benefits processionals who want to demonstrate their understanding of true asset management and the new standard for management systems for AM for which ISO 55001 exists.
No time to study for the CAMA Exam?
Reduce your pre-exam stress by spending time with the experts. Or simply establish your asset management knowledge. This course is designed to give individuals (with the necessary background experience) an efficient overview of the recommended preparation material for the CAMA Exam. These materials provide insight into: (1) the ISO 5500x framework of documents, (2) the GFMAM Asset Management Landscape and (3) the GFMAM Competency Specification which indicates what ISO 5500x Asset Management Systems Assessors must know to complete that task effectively.
All these documents are available and can be studied independently. But why not take advantage of the opportunity to discuss with a group of peers and the facilitators?
This course is ideal for professionals with a variety of backgrounds (engineering, business management, project management, consulting, operations) who are responsible for physical asset management and have five or more years of experience.
A group of PEMAC volunteers have developed and maintain the Becoming a Certified Asset Management Assessor program curriculum. PEMAC qualifies the instructors and authorizes teaching institutions to offer the program.
See if the course is right for you. Take the self-assessment questionnaire.
Lesson 1 – Introductions and Overview of CAMA & ISO 5500x:2014
Lesson 2 – Asset Management Policy, Objectives, Strategy & Plan
Lesson 3 – Asset Knowledge Enabling Systems
Lesson 4 – Risk and Compliance
Lesson 5 – Asset Decision-making
Lesson 6 – Organization Capacity Enabling Strategy
Lesson 7 – Lifecycle Value Realization
In preparation for the course and the exam, participants may wish to familiarize themselves with a number of recommended readings that the course reviews in more detail. A complete list of material and where they can be found is provided upon registration.
Must have a minimum 5 years of working experience in asset management
Should have working knowledge of ISO 5500x Standards;
Should understand the GFMAM Competency Specification for an ISO 55001 Asset Management System Auditor/Assessor.
The CAMA preparation course is offered online and face to face.
Online - The course is available "live online" through Northern Lakes College. Click here for more information and to register.
Face to face - The course is offered face to face during PEMAC's MainTrain conference each September.
Features and Benefits
Improve the performance of your organization through learning that is:
Accessible and Applied
Accessible to senior and mid-career professionals
Instructors are most typically practicing professionals
Opportunities to meet and share learning with peers from a variety of regions, backgrounds and industries
Opportunities to gain valuable skills even if you are not interested in participating in the CAMA exam
Participants in the course receive a complimentary one year membership to PEMAC
Designed and maintained by PEMAC volunteers
Independent from consulting services and product sales
Delivered through post-secondary institutions
The CAMA exam has been developed and is offered by the World Partners in Asset Management, a partnership of non-profit professional associations including the Asset Management Council (Australia), the Society of Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (USA), ABRAMAN (Brazil), IFRAMI (France) and PEMAC (Canada). This preparation course has been developed and is aligned with the WPiAM landscape document.
Live online through Northern Lakes College:
June 6 to June 27, 2018
Monday & Wednesday
5:00 PM-7:00 PM (Mountain Time Zone)
Face to face through PEMAC during the MainTrain conference each September:
September 24 to 25, 2018
More details available soon.
How to Enroll
Online - Click here for more information and to register for the online course.
Face to face - Registration will be available soon.
Ready to take the Exam?
Participants who have completed the Becoming a Certified Asset Management Assessor course, or simply wish to write the exam can click here for more details. PEMAC offers the exam across Canada in pre-schedule exam dates, or professionals can schedule their own exam at an approved testing centre.