Training And Assessor Course - How You Can Be Recognised As An Assessor

The World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM) will recognise Training and Assessor Course Programs that address all of the abilities indicated in the Global Forum on Maintenance and Asset Management Auditor Assessor Specification as adequate preparation for the CAMA exam. This recognition will be given if these programs meet specified conditions. Candidates for the CAMA Exam should choose a Recognised Assessor Training Program that not only maintains but also improves their current levels of knowledge and experience.



The following are the prerequisites for the Assessor Training Course:

  1. To be approved, the Assessor Training Program's competencies must cover the abilities defined in ISBN 9780987179951 GFMAM ISO 55001 Auditor Assessor Specification.
  2. The Training Provider is required to ensure that all of its workers, whether instructors or presenters, maintain a high level of professionalism in their behavior when conducting business. The Training Provider, as well as its employees and instructors or presenters, must:
  • Comply with any applicable legislation.
  • Maintain high standards of honesty, integrity, and trust;
  • Ensure that information is accurately interpreted and delivered without bias;
  • Maintain the confidentiality of personal information;
  • Ensure that learners and teachers are handled properly;
  • Avoid any conflicts of interest.
  • Adhere to health and safety principles and contribute to a positive health and safety environment.

Programs That Are Currently Recognised

  • In a managed asset environment, evaluate the performance of others.
  • Certification Training to Become a Certified Asset Management Assessor.
  • Training to become a Certified Asset Management Assessor.
  • ISO 5500x Asset Management Essentials.
  • Asset Management eLearning eCertification.
  • Asset Management Across the Organization.
  • Certification Training to Become a Certified Asset Management Assessor.
  • Assessor certified to the ISO 55000 Asset Management Standard.
  • Physical Asset Management from a Holistic Perspective.

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