CPMM® Certified Plant Maintenance Manager Certification Course
More than ever before, the roles of plant and facilities maintenance management professionals involve diverse issues and concerns as organizations work diligently to improve profit margins and grow their market shares. As more plant and facilities maintenance professionals assume leadership roles in these activities, they find they must clearly demonstrate their expertise. The CPMM credential is designed to validate that the participant possesses the professional expertise and knowledge required to successfully perform plant and facilities maintenance management activities. This CPMM certification course prepares individuals to take the Association for Facilities Engineering® (AFE) CPMM certification exam. The CPMM certification exam will be provided upon completion of this preparation course. Participants who take the exam must meet AFE’s eligibility requirements and pay separate AFE application and exam fees.
Prerequisite: To be eligible to sit for the CPMM exam following the completion of the certification preparation course, the participant must 1) be currently employed as a maintenance professional and have at least two or more years of experience in the maintenance management field; OR 2) have five or more years of experience in plant engineering, facilities engineering, maintenance management, or related and/or equivalent employment.
- Learner Outcomes: Upon completion of the CPMM Certification Course by our experienced instructors, the learner will:
- Be prepared with a comprehensive review of thirteen maintenance-related topics in order to successfully take the CPMM Certification Exam.
- Topics covered include Maintenance Management, Preventive Maintenance, Inventory & Procurement, Maintenance Planning & Scheduling, Computerized Maintenance Management Systems, Maintenance Training & Work Cultures, Predictive Maintenance, Reliability-Centered Maintenance, Total Productive Maintenance, Maintenance Return on Investment, Safety & Health, Indoor Air Quality, and Documentation.
*Please note that the check should be made payable to MASCPA and mailed to MASCPA 160 Roosevelt Ave., Suite 400, York PA 17401.
*Registration and/or completion of the the CPMM Course does not give approval to take the certification exam. Approval is granted through the application process by AFE. Prior to the exam the following will need to be completed and submitted to AFE for approval including all fees for testing remitted to AFE. All fees are subject to change. Please consult application or AFE for exam costs. Application fee $ AFE member/$ non-member, Test fee $, AFE Membership (not required for testing) $. For Certification paperwork and test results, please contact Carol Lawrence at 703-234-4066 or clawrence@AFE.org