Maintenance management professional

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The maintenance management professional designation (MMP) is a registered professional designation in Canada[1] issued on the authority of the President of Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC) to individuals who successfully complete a series of eight courses and who are members in good standing of PEMAC. The series of courses is designed to provide participants with an understanding of the various concepts necessary to be an effective maintenance and physical asset management professional. At this time, the courses are offered through 14 training institutions in Canada.[2]

Required courses[edit]

The program is broken down into a series of 8 courses, or modules, as follows:

Course Course Title Course Length
Module 1 Maintenance Management Skills and Techniques (15 hours)
Module 2 Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
Module 3 Human Resource Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
Module 4 Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager (30 hours)
Module 5 Developing and Implementing Maintenance Tactics (30 hours)
Module 6 Maintenance Planning and Scheduling (30 hours)
Module 7 Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (30 hours)
Module 8 Capstone Project (30 hours)

Participating teaching institutions[edit]

See also[edit]

Enterprise asset management

References[edit]