The Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certification Statement of Completion is a series of modules developed by the PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada.
About the program
The Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certification program was developed by the PEMAC Asset Association of Canada for individuals who are maintenance practitioners, have maintenance responsibilities or have either a maintenance or engineering background.
Who it’s for
This program is designed for individuals aspiring to management positions as well as those currently in maintenance management and seeking formal training. The MMP program focuses on the tools, techniques, strategies, and skills necessary for effective management of a business’s existing physical assets.
What grads can do
Graduates of the program have the knowledge and skills to drive improvements in uptime, production capacity, equipment reliability, safety, environmental compliance, economic life of assets, return on investment and effective communication between departments.
Individual courses can be used to satisfy continuing education requirements for Engineers, Engineering Technologists, and Engineering Technicians.
When all 8 Modules are successfully completed, the following recognitions are available:
- Use of the “Maintenance Management Professional” (MMP) designation from PEMAC. Membership in the PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada is required.
- A Blue Seal. This designation is for tradespeople who are Journeypersons or currently hold a Red Seal.
- A BCIT Statement of Completion. Formal application for a Statement of Completion is not required. Upon successful completion of the courses, email email@example.com with your full name, student number, and mailing address to be issued a statement of completion.
To take courses in the program, you do not need to apply. Please register for the course(s) in which you are interested.
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.
Faculty, Advisors & Staff
Neil Munro, BASc, PEng
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