The CEM Designation
The Certified Equipment Manager (CEM) designation is a recognized standard for judging the qualifications of a heavy off-road equipment manager or municipal/government fleet manager. It is an attainable goal for equipment managers who want to be identified as exceptional. To achieve this goal, it takes personal motivation and experience.
Areas of Competency Tested
A Certified Equipment Manager is an equipment manager who possesses a mastery of the following areas:
|Financial Management||Benchmarking||Employee Training||Outsourcing||Service Definitions|
|Procurement & Acquisition||Life Cycle||Environmental||Parts Management||Service Marketing|
|Risk Management||Specifications||Human Resources||Preventive Maintenance||Communications|
|Warranty & Performance Guarantees||Information Technology||Safety||Shop & Facility Management||Service Improvement|
Applicants for the examination must meet the criteria outlined in the CEM application.
The CEM Exam is available twice annually in conjunction with AEMP meetings.
Certification Institute Tuition for the CEM
Professional Organization Members – $1,445
Professional Individual Members – $1,545
Virtual Members – $1,795
Registered Members – $1,875
Non-member – $1,875