This program is designed both as an introduction for new maintenance professionals and as a refresher for the veteran employee, to give these professionals the knowledge and tools necessary to run an effective maintenance program. Maintenance expenses are the single largest controllable element in any operating budget. The CAMT program is accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), a private non-profit organization that administers and coordinates the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system.
The non-technical Soft Skill course consists of online learning, including practice scenarios. Five technical courses consist of hands-on classroom training followed by online practice scenarios.
Non-Technical Course Modules:
Programs may be taken as standalone seminars or in full to earn the industry designation.
For more information review the CAMT Skill Standards.
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The CAMT Exam is 100 questions timed for two hours and thirty minutes. Learn more about the CAMT exam.
All CAMT designates are eligible to become AIME members. AIME membership does not affect the validity of your CAMT designation.
For more information, contact NAAEI at 703-518-6141 or your state or local affiliate. NAAEI wants your feedback on the CAMT program. Please contact the Education Institute to submit your comments, concerns and questions on the design, content and delivery of the program and exam.
The 2015 NAA Education Conference & Exposition continued on Saturday, June 27 with the NAA Awards Celebration Breakfast and speaker Doc Hendley.