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Overview

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The Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certification Statement of Completion is a series of modules developed by the PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada.  MMP courses are recognized by the Ontario Water / Wastewater Association and the Alberta Environment and Parks Water and Wastewater Operator certification for CEU credits. Completion of the courses qualifies Journeymen Tradespeople for Blue Seal Certification of business competencies through Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training and Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission. MMP courses qualify for Continuing Education Units for Engineers and Engineering Technologists. Consult your provincial engineering or CET association for more information. Practitioners who have completed all of the courses in the MMP program will have the required asset management knowledge for either the globally recognized CTAM or CPAM certifications, and may pursue one of these certifications depending on the demonstrated work experience, skills and level of responsibility.
For more information visit www.pemac.org/mmp.

The program

The Statement of Completion is designed for individuals aspiring to management positions as well as those currently in maintenance management and seeking formal training. Upon successful completion of all eight courses, an application can be made to PEMAC for use of the designation MMP (Maintenance Management Professional). The courses are intended for those who are maintenance practitioners, have maintenance responsibilities or have either a maintenance or engineering background.

Entrance Requirements

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Courses

The Maintenance Management Professional program consists of eight modules that are offered as eight courses as shown below. It is recommended that Module 1 (PEMA 1000) be studied first and required that Module 8 (PEMA 4000) be taken last. Otherwise, the courses can be undertaken individually and in any order.

Program Details

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Faculty, Advisors & Staff

Staff

Brent Dunn, MEng, PEng
Associate Dean
Tel: 604-432-8755
Email: Brent_Dunn@bcit.ca

Aggie Konings
Program Assistant
Tel: 604-432-8521
Email: akonings2@bcit.ca

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