AEMP to offer PDI in webinar series

|  December 05, 2011 |

Beginning January 3, the Association of Equipment Management Professionals will offer its Professional Development Institute (PDI) live in a series of one-hour webinars. Covering each of AEMP’s 17 core competencies, the webinars are intended to assist in the preparation for the CEM, EMS and CESP certifications, as well as provide an added opportunity for continued education to all AEMP members and prospective members.

The webinars will take place every Tuesday and Thursday at noon and 4 p.m. CST. Each session will be offered twice. The first offering will be the live version, complete with a Q&A portion immediately following the session. A repeat version with a live Q&A will be held one week following the original airing. Those interested in participating, but unable to attend one of the two sessions will have the opportunity to view online through AEMP University approximately 1 week after the original airing.

Who should participate?

  1. Product support personnel from the other two legs of the triangle looking to earn the CESP certification: http://www.aemp.org/aemp-education/certifications/cesp/
  2. Experienced equipment managers seeking to earn the CEM certification: http://www.aemp.org/aemp-education/certifications/cem/
  3. Up-and-coming equipment managers interested in the entry-level EMS designationhttp://www.aemp.org/aemp-education/certifications/ems/
  4. Anyone in the equipment industry wishing to obtain further education in any of the 5 standards: http://www.aemp.org/curriculum/

The 9-week webinars series will run through March 6. Single-session pricing is available, as well as package discounts for those interested in attending the full series.

For more information on AEMP’s new webinars series, including a complete schedule, or to register, visit http://www.aemp.org/aemp-education/aemp-university/

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