The awe! Asset Management Certificate Course

This CPD accredited course is aimed at learners who wish to gain the awe! certificate, pass the Institute of Asset Management Professional Asset Management examination and gain the IAM’s Asset Management certificate.

This 14 module course provides detailed insights into the fast developing discipline of asset management.

Designed by world-leading experts, it provides full coverage of the IAM's Competencies Framework and the 39 subjects of the Asset Management Landscape published by the Global Forum for Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM).

It is therefore a fast and flexible way of preparing for the IAM's exam and gaining their highly respected qualification.

The interactive e-learning modules can be accessed on any smart device (phone, tablet, laptop or desktop).

It includes a National Vocational Qualification Level 3 exam, with global access to 850 approved exam centres.

On successfully completing the course, you will automatically receive an awe! certificate and CPD points.

This course is suitable for those wishing to develop their knowledge of asset management and progress their career in this practice. On successful completion of the course and exam it enables those new to asset management or existing practitioners to demonstrate attainment of a globally recognised certificate and CPD points.

The learning

98% of people who successfully complete the awe! Asset Management Certificate course, and go on to take the IAM’s exam, pass!

You’ll be able to prove that you know the global language and principles for managing assets on a whole life, whole systems basis.

You’ll be able to initiate or participate in discussions about the importance of asset management to your organisation.

Globally transferable learning and the next step on your asset management journey.

To see how the 14 modules map onto the IAM’s Certificate syllabus and exam click here

  • 25 hours notional learning
  • 14 x modules with assessments
  • Recommended reading
  • Option to take the IAM exam
  • On successfully completing the course, you will automatically receive an awe! certificate and CPD points.

Recommended Reading

The changing landscape of asset management means that those embarking on an AM learning journey, and taking the IAM examination need to not only undertake formal learning, but need to keep up to date with the subject.

There is an increasing number of publications and posts on social media sites providing knowledge and opinion.

The most important document to read to support your learning is the IAM Anatomy document this is the 3rd version, revised to provide a current understanding of global AM and importantly provide contributions from a wide variety of people who are working in the field contributing to the development of the subject.

Asset Management - an anatomy is intended to:
• help individuals on their asset management journey to better understand the discipline, where to find more information, and what to do next
• help organisations to decide whether to adopt asset management and/ or improve their asset management capability.

If you have already completed the Foundation course then there is a progression course that may be taken as a continuation from the three modules of the Foundation course and so provide you with all of the basic principles of asset management in the remaining 11 modules. See course details here.

Find out more about the modules below:

AW008 Asset Management Planning

This module explains the role of asset management planning in determining the organizations asset management activities and budgetary considerations. It describes how the organisation’s strategic planning framework and the role of sustainable development are used to develop an asset management…

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AW009 Asset Information

This module focuses on the role of information within an organisation’s asset management system. It identifies the core components of an effective asset information environment, including the information needs of internal and external stakeholders, and the ‘asset information systems’ needed…

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