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World Partners in Asset Management

IPWEA Pathway courses recognised by WPiAM Global Certification Scheme.

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Australian Graduate School Management @ UNSW

Recognises the IPWEA Professional Certificate Asset Management Planning as 4 credit points.

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World Partners in Asset Management – Global Certification Scheme


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, and when combined with 8 years demonstrated experience, for the Certified Senior Principal in Asset Management (CSAM) designation via the 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.

Australian Graduate School of Management recognises IPWEA’s Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning

The Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) at University of NSW Sydney (UNSW) now recognises the completion of IPWEA’s Professional Certificate in Asset Management Planning as part of its Certificate in Executive and Management and Development professional development pathway.

To achieve the CEMD 12 ‘credit points’ are required. These points are earned by undertaking courses at AGSM. Once complete, a CEMD is awarded, and this can also be used towards credit in one of AGSM’s Graduate Certificate or highly ranked MBA programs.

IPWEA / AGSM Info Session

The information session features our Head of Education Jonathan Jones, together with Tracey Flynn, the Director of Executive Education at the AGSM, who provide all the details of how the ProCert AMP gives you credit towards their CEMD Program.

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CEMD Pathway

“We are thrilled to be partnering with IPWEA and providing the opportunity for local public sector employees to develop their leadership capabilities through AGSM short courses, and achieve the Certificate of Executive Management and Development. Considering the public’s reliance on the local sector, this is a great opportunity to recognise the contribution of employees in infrastructure development and asset management.”

Professor Nick Wailes
Director AGSM and Deputy Dean UNSW Business School

Global Certification and Digital Badges

Showcase your IPWEA Education Pathway achievements with a Digital Badge.

IPWEA has partnered with Credly to provide a convenient way for you to showcase your professional accomplishments. Upon course completion, you will now receive a ‘digital badge’ to recognise your achievements. A digital badge is easily shared online, data rich and verified. It is the ideal way to showcase your achievement.

IPWEA Digital Badges recognise the knowledge and skill gained via our courses in a way that is shareable with your network. We’ll be introducing the following badges for our four current pathway courses.


"IPWEA’s Asset Management Pathway is designed to support your career development. When you complete one of our pathway courses you will now receive a portable, data rich and verified digital credential to showcase your achievement."

David Jenkins, IPWEA CEO

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Follow these 4 simple steps to your digital badge:

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