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PEMAC Selected to Work with Municipalities Across Canada to Help Them Gain Asset Management Knowledge

PEMAC is pleased to announce it has been selected to work with municipalities in their efforts to improve infrastructure decisions through stronger asset management practices.

Keyano College Offers MMP in Fort McMurray

Fort McMurray

We are pleased to announce that the Management Professional (MMP) certificate program will once again be offered at Keyano College starting in Spring 2020. Maintenance, reliability and asset management professionals from all industries and sectors in the Fort McMurray, Alberta area can now expand their knowledge and expertise locally.

New Additions to the PEMAC Team

The PEMAC team is growing! To better support our Chapters and further advance the quality of our programming we have hired three new members to our team.

Chyan
Chyan Loyd

A Fun GTA Chapter Event

GTA

The PEMAC GTA Chapter recently had a networking event on Thursday December 12, 2019 in Pickering.
The group started at the Backyard Axe Throwing League followed by appies and dinner at the St. Louis Bar & Grill.
We hope to see you at our next event in the New Year!

 

Get Started with Asset Management Program this Winter

Winter schedules for PEMAC's Asset Management Professional (AMP) program are now available and registration is open!

Northern College MMP 2020 Schedule Released

Northern College has just announced it's upcoming schedule for the Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certificate program. The MMP program will begin at the Timmins Campus in February 2020, and practitioners from across all industries are invited to participate and expand their knowledge.

News from the AGM

At the Annual General Meeting held on November 23rd, 2019 the PEMAC Board of Directors presented an overview of its 2020-2024 Strategic Plan.

The plan includes new vision statement.

Vision:
Canadian leaders in Asset Management

Board of Directors 2019 Election - Results

Thank you to all of the members who participated in this year's Board of Director's election. Final voter turnout in the election was 15.9%.  Here's how that stacks up compared to recent performance: