WPiAM's Certified Asset Management Goals and Mission

WPiAM is a worldwide partnership of national non-profit professional associations that came together at the end of 2014 to help people and organizations develop, test, and get recognized for their skills in Certified Asset Management. This is beneficial for both their members and the world as a whole. WPiAM is a worldwide partnership of national non-profit professional associations.

The WPiAM is focused on achieving the following three primary objectives:

  • Maintain a list of questions and answers that can be used to certify ISO 55001 auditors and assessors as having the required level of knowledge and understanding of asset management;
  • Be a global certification body for employees in the market; and
  • Integrity, working together, and obligation to the public should be shown to be demonstrated.

The WPiAM has issued a statement in which the similarities and differences between themselves and the GFMAM are discussed in detail.

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World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM)

In 2014, WPiAM was established in order to organize the CAMA Exam. It is now a non-profit organization that has been registered in Australia. The GFMAM is responsible for providing the organization's present members, but in the not-too-distant future, the WPiAM will be open to membership applications from other organizations as well. The WPiAM is managed by a Board of five Directors and a Management Company. The Board of five Directors are elected by the members, and the Management Company is responsible for managing the CAMA exam, the Global Certification Scheme, and other administrative responsibilities.

Vision:

Credentials in Certified Asset Management that are well-known on a global scale are the goal of this vision.

Mission:

WPiAM is a worldwide partnership of non-profit professional organizations from around the world. It was established at the end of 2014 with the mission of assisting individuals and organizations in gaining knowledge of, testing their knowledge of, and demonstrating their proficiency in Asset Management.

Objectives:

  • Maintain a database of questions and answers that can be used to ensure that ISO 55001 auditors and assessors have a minimal level of knowledge and understanding of asset management.
  • Serve as a worldwide certifying agency for workers in the marketplace; and
  • Demonstrate that you place a high value on being honest, cooperating with others, and performing your job for the benefit of the general public.

 

The Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM)

The GFMAM is an organization that does not seek to make a profit for its members and was established in Switzerland in May of 2010. It was converted to a corporation that does not seek to make a profit in accordance with the laws of Canada in October of 2017. Every single one of the GFMAM's members is a charitable organization, and the entire membership is responsible for its day-to-day operations. They are all legally established in the regions in which they function, they have a big number of members spanning a wide range of the industry they represent, and they share the same objectives and principles as the GFMAM.

Vision:

To be a global community that provides the asset management and maintenance groups with a sense of purpose and direction.

Mission:

The mission of this organization is to advance and enhance the maintenance and asset management professions by collaborating on the development of information, standards, and practices.

Objective:

  • The Maintenance and Asset Management community will be brought together, promoted, and fortified all over the world as one of the goals of this organization's mission.
  • To provide assistance to groups or organizations in starting out and growing with goals centered on maintenance and/or asset management as their primary focus.
  • In order to facilitate the sharing and alignment of knowledge and practices about maintenance and asset management and to make it easier to do so.
  • In order to increase the legitimacy of the member organizations by increasing the visibility of the Global Forum.

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