First group graduates from PEMAC’s AMP program

Now they’re eligible to apply for the Certified Asset Management Professional (CAMP) certification.

January 30, 2017   by PLANT STAFF

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC) has graduated the first group of maintenance pros to complete its Asset Management Professional (AMP) certificate program.

Launched in the fall of 2014, the program shares the latest in strategic asset management thinking from global organizations, helps candidates build knowledge and skills in key subject areas such as risk management and enterprise database systems and introduces tools for strategic decision making at each stage of the asset life cycle.

The online learning offered through the Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning is aimed at mid-career professionals from a variety of backgrounds (IT, engineering and business management).

Like PEMAC’s signature Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) program, AMP finishes with a “Capstone” project to develop a real-life project recommendation.


The first group of five participants concluded their projects in December and with six courses successfully completed, they are eligible to apply for the “Certified Asset Management Professional” (CAMP) certification.

“Completing the Certified Asset Management Program was a great experience. Many of the participants were from disciplines outside of my comfort zone, which is maintenance and reliability. It was very interesting and informative to see how they approached the topics from their perspective,” said Cliff Williams, corporate maintenance manager at ERCO Worldwide, and a CAMP designate.

Click here for information about PEMAC, the Asset Management Professional Certificate program and a growing list of CAMP certified individuals.

Click here for details about the program offerings and schedule at Humber College Institute of Technology & Advanced Learning.

The Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC) is a national non-profit based in Mississauga, Ont.

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