The Asset Management Council is a proud founding member of the World Partners in Asset Management. The Certified Asset Management Assessor (CAMA) Certification establishes an individual’s knowledge and comprehension in Asset Management, globally. Over the past nine years CAMA has become the benchmark for Asset Managers worldwide – WPiAM now has over 1900 CAMA Certificants who are in more than 76 countries!
Did you know all Asset Management Council members receive 33% off the cost of their CAMA exam? Contact us today to receive your code.
The Asset Management Council in conjunction with the Centre for Professional Engineer and Education (CPEE) have collaborated to launch a new four unit Graduate Certificate in Asset Management (GCAM) commencing Semester 1 2021.
A range of electives within this 4 Unit program ensures both aspiring and current asset managers and engineers have the skills and recognition for career enhancement.
In keeping with its vision of “Globally recognised Asset Management credentials” the World Partners in Asset Management (WPiAM) has developed a framework for the alignment of professional credentials in Asset Management.
Changes to Australia’s Authorised Witness List took effect on 18th September 2018 and include a change that any engineer accredited under a State or Commonwealth law will now be added to the authorised witness list. Take a look at the updated legislation and the list of authorised witnesses here.
Did you know that AMCouncil members who hold CSAM certification under the AM Council certification scheme can apply for CPEng through a fast track process. Apply for CSAM certification today http://www.amcouncil.com.au/certification/
Raymond Tan, Certified Senior Practitioner in Asset Management (CSAM)
Role: Head of Asset Management Intelligence Support & AMCouncil New Zealand Chapter Chair
Location: Auckland Council, New Zealand
Originally from Singapore and now having lived in New Zealand for close to twenty-six years, Raymond Tan juggles a busy career in asset management and life with three teenage boys. Discover more about Raymond’s asset management journey so far and learn from his insights into how you can really progress your career.