The World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM) will recognize training programs as being suitable preparation for the CAMA exam where they provide coverage of all of the competencies specified the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management Auditor Assessor Specification.  Candidates for the CAMA Exam should choose a Recognized Training Program that supports and enhance their current knowledge and skill levels.


1.     To receive recognition, the competencies for Training Program must cover the competencies specified in ISBN978 0 9871799 5 1 GFMAM ISO55001 Auditor Assessor Specification.

 2.     In carrying out its business, the Training Provider shall ensure that its Staff and Instructors or Presenters maintain a high level of professional conduct at all times. The Training Provider a Staff and Instructors or Presenters must:

 a.     comply with any applicable legislation;

 b.    maintain high standards of honesty, integrity, and trust;

 c.     ensure that information is accurately interpreted and communicated, without bias;

 d.    maintain confidentiality of personal information;

 e.     ensure learners and instructors are treated fairly;

 f.     avoid any conflict of interest; and

 g.    adhere to health and safety principles and contribute to a positive health and safety culture.


    Assess Others in an Asset Managed Environment

Course Owner:  Institute of Quality Asset Management Pty Ltd 

Course Length: 3 days

Assessment Method:   Review of Assessment Tasks 

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     Certified Asset Management Assessor Course

Course Owner:  The Asset Management College 

Course Length: 2.5 days 

Assessment Method:     Multiple Choice Exam

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  Holistic Physical Asset Management

Course Owner:  Gulf Society of Maintenance and Reliability (GSMR) 

Course Length: 4 days 

Assessment Method:     Multiple Choice Exam

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