IPWEA AM Pathway

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Support your future with the IPWEA Asset Management Pathway

The IPWEA Asset Management Pathway has been designed with 3 levels of learning - Foundations, Build and Recognise levels each featuring courses that are fast becoming the industry standard in training for asset, fleet and infrastructure focused professionals.
 

With no prerequisites to any of the courses, you can start your training at any level and start building your Asset Management capabilities that benefit your career and your organisation, or you can link courses together to seek recognition under the WPiAM Global Certification Scheme.

This best-in-class training pathway is underpinned by the International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) and IPWEA’s other highly regarded publications.

AM Pathway
The IPWEA Asset Management Pathway is now complete and here to meet the current and future needs of the asset and infrastructure focused public works professional. The Pathway supports your career development as an asset custodian, building your capability with practical learning opportunities, underpinned by our world best practice publications such as the International Infrastructure Management Manual (IIMM) and the International Infrastructure Financial Management Manual (IIFMM). You can choose to undertake one course or complete the pathway with a view to achieving an internationally recognised designation.

David Jenkins, CEO IPWEA Australasia


IPWEA Education Pathway courses recognised by World Partners in Asset Management Global Certification Scheme

IPWEA is pleased to announce that the World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM) have recognised the completion of two IPWEA Asset Management Pathway courses listed below, as satisfying the knowledge requirements equivalent to the Certified Asset Management Assessor (CAMA) certification.

This enables IPWEA AM Pathway participants to leverage their educational achievements (when combined with 5-years demonstrated experience in Asset Management) to make an application for the Certified Practitioner in Asset Management (CPAM) designation via the new WPiAM Global Certification Scheme. 

We’re working closely with the World Partners to finalise all the details including how you go about applying for your CPAM designation, so stay tuned for more information.

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About the WPiAM Global Certification Scheme

In keeping with its vision of “Globally recognised Asset Management credentials” the World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM) has developed a framework for alignment of professional credentials in Asset Management to which professional bodies, post-secondary and training institutions around the world can align over time.

The scheme will provide a laddered career path in asset management for individuals who are looking to advance their skills and improve their ability to contribute to the success of the organizations they serve. This competency-based scheme will allow organizations to ensure that the individuals they hire anywhere in the world have the knowledge, skills and experience to apply asset management principles in various contexts.

With the introduction of this framework, the members of the WPiAM are seeking to align worldwide efforts to develop, assess and recognize competence in Asset Management and to establish a system of assurance of quality while respecting the needs for variation of application according to the history and culture of each region in the development of this evolving professional field.

The process for recognizing the equivalence of specific credentials will be administered by the WPiAM. The process to recognize individuals’ accreditation to any of the WPiAM’s framework credentials will be administered by the organisation that owns the certification scheme that has been approved. Each credential will require demonstration of education as well as evidence of competence in practical application.