Two senior members of the PEME Reliability Department recently sat the IAM Certificate in Asset Management and we are pleased to report a 100% pass rate; our congratulations go to David Hughes and Stef Smith.
This qualification provides an understanding of the fundamental principles of Asset Management and whilst Stef and David have extensive Reliability experience they wish to embark on discipline relevant qualifications and it is necessary to first pass the IAM Certificate before tackling other qualifications. The IAM Certificate is not a training course. It is a qualification which is awarded to candidates who demonstrate that they have met the evidence requirements.
PEME is a corporate member of the Institute of Asset Management The IAM is the professional body for those involved in acquisition, operation and care of physical assets; especially critical infrastructure. In particular, the institute is for professionals worldwide who are dedicated to furthering their knowledge and understanding of engineering Asset Management.
Stef (PEME Associate Director – Reliability) said “I’m delighted we have gained our certificates. This discipline ensures Reliability and Maintainability are key elements of a holistic Asset Management strategy and has significantly influenced PEME’s approach to providing Asset Care partnership support to our manufacturing clients. It’s a real value-add activity and the award has justified the time David and I have invested.”