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Financial support is available to eligible applicants in the form of a leadership education grant and leadership travel grant. Apply online at

To effectively participate in this program, students must have reliable Internet access and a device that meets these requirements.

About the program

Developed and authorized by the PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada, this program consists of eight courses and is designed for individuals aspiring to management positions in the maintenance field, those already in maintenance management and looking for formal training, as well as for individuals seeking full maintenance certification (MMP, Maintenance Management Professional), or those seeking only focused training in selected areas.
The part-time Maintenance Management Professional certification program focuses on the tools, techniques, strategies and skills necessary for effective management of a business's existing physical assets. Graduates have the knowledge and skills to drive improvements in uptime, production capacity, equipment reliability, safety, environmental compliance, economic life of assets, return on investment and effective communication between departments.

Admission requirements

  • Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent or 19 years of age or older.

Note re: admission requirements

  • Students must be able to receive instruction, respond and research in the English language.

Admission procedures

Submit a completed Conestoga College Program Application Form

Graduate opportunities

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Program outcomes

  • Develop value-added procedures and processes in the maintenance profession;
  • Using the Maintenance Maturity Grid evaluate maintenance departments;
  • Effectively manage breakdowns and equipment failures through predictive maintenance practices;
  • Incorporate the management tools that are used in production and operations management;
  • Apply Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) quality practices;
  • Describe the complexities of facilities layouts, production locations and capacity planning;
  • Demonstrate competency in the elements that comprise operations strategic planning and how the maintenance organization supports these elements
  • Build a business case for a Computer Maintenance Management System (CMMS)'
  • Outline the RCM methodology (RCM seven basic questions) and its application for developing maintenance tactics;
  • Apply a structured process to the implementation of a predictive maintenance program that supports organizational objectives;
  • Summarize the content and structure of Human Resources Management as it applies to the maintenance environment;

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Upcoming registrations

Mark your calendar with our registration dates, so you can plan your future.

Winter registration: Opens November 27, 2023
Spring registration: Opens February 26, 2024