Maintenance Management Professional Certification Program
Offered in conjunction with PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada, this program is for those who are maintenance practitioners, have maintenance responsibilities, or have a maintenance or engineering background. It is geared for those within the maintenance field who aspire to be in management or those who are in management and want formal training.
Graduates of the program will have the knowledge to improve business processes, operational productivity, cost reductions, environmental compliance, safety, and economic life of assets.
The Maintenance Management Professional Certification Program consists of eight modules. It is recommended that Module 1 be studied first, and Module 8 can only be taken after the completion of the first 7 modules. Otherwise, the modules can be undertaken individually and in any order.
Successful completion of the eight MMP modules qualifies participants for PEMAC’s Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certification. Participants can gather their transcripts and apply to PEMAC for their certification, and rights to use MMP after their name. When the MMP certification expires the renewal requirements include signing off on the PEMAC Code of Ethics, demonstrating a minimum standard of continuing professional development (CPD), and payment of recertification fees. Certification fees include PEMAC membership as well as other benefits.
PEMAC’s Work Management Certificate
Designed to support planners, schedulers, operations, maintenance coordinators and other maintenance personnel, and leveraging Module 1 and Module 6 of PEMAC’s Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) program, the PEMAC Maintenance Work Management Certificate attests that an individual has been trained to ensure the right maintenance work is done on the correct assets, at the right time, using the right resources and tools.
Participants who complete Modules 1 & 6 can apply to PEMAC for the Maintenance Work Management Certificate.
PEMAC’s Maintenance Strategy Development Certificate
Designed to support maintenance and reliability engineering personnel, and leveraging Module 1 and Module 5 of PEMAC’s Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) program, the PEMAC Maintenance Strategy Development Certificate attests that an individual has been trained on the skills to build an informed maintenance program.
Participants who complete Modules 1 & 5 can apply to PEMAC for the Maintenance Strategy Development Certificate.
Listing of the Modules
- Module 1 – An Integrated Strategy for Maintenance Management (15 hours)
- Module 2 – Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
- Module 3 – Human Resources Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
- Module 4 – Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
- Module 5 – Maintenance Strategy Development (30 hours)
- Module 6 – Maintenance Work Management (30 hours)
- Module 7 – Maintenance Information Management (30 hours)
- Module 8 – Capstone Project (30 hours)
*It is recommended that Module 1 be studied first and required that Module 8 be taken last. Otherwise, courses can be taken in any order
*If interested in Modules 2-8, please contact a Southeast College Business Consultant at firstname.lastname@example.org
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