Please note that all fields with a red asterix are compulsory fields.  If not applicable, NA must be indicated



Applicants should indicate aspects of AM covered in the scope of the foundation qualification, where applicable (bulleted scope and depth of GFMAM AM Subjects and ISO55001 covered) – if not, indicate None.

Certificates may be academic, vocational and / or professional / trade

The scope and depth of GFMAM AM Subjects and ISO55001 covered (bullet items). Max 200 words

2.3 Summary of the nature and duration of total work experience indicating elements that relate to AM (note, the requirement is a minimum total experience in AM of 2 years in AM).


Note this should cover the complete scope of the required demonstration of applied practice - in line with the designation level of the application (in this case, CTAM) – please be selective - do not provide multiple examples of the same experience.

Max 200 words

Max 10 words
Short Title (max 10 words) and description of Domain (Max 50 words)  (*) Domain is equivalent to a ‘subject’ (or group of subjects) in the Global Forum for Maintenance and Asset Management (GFMAM) Landscape. Domain may also refer to the tactical AM of specific asset types or classes, critical assets, or spatially discrete asset groupings such as facilities, networks, or process lines.

Max 200 words – indicate the Domain for which you are responsible and its significance to the organisation’s AM Framework, linkages to its strategic objectives. Note role in recommending policy, strategy, tactics, processes, and procedures; and in driving AM application and ongoing improvement in the organisation with respect to the Domain.


• A description is required of work done illustrating the applicant’s competence in each of the areas indicated. Reference may be made to the detailed GCS specification for clarification of the required performance.  

• Artefacts should be uploaded to support the description provided for each item. These may be in the form of an AM document as specified but may also be addressing the same content in an alternative form in line with the prevailing organisational management systems – in which case the submitted narrative should flag and motivate. 

• Where support artefacts are not able to be submitted, indicate reasons. 

• In instances where support artefacts may not be disclosed, the circumstances should be specifically noted so that alternative arrangements can be contemplated. Measures may include requiring an interview.  A copy of front page of the document can be submitted with sensitive information masked out, so that the existence and scope is clear.

• Maximum of 200 words per item.

(*) Activities are the application of tools, processes and practices utilised by an organisation to manage or make decisions with respect to the following: 
● Legislative requirements. 
● Risk, performance, and financial management. 
● Asset performance, capacity, utilisation, and criticality. 
● Asset availability, reliability, maintainability, and supportability. 
● Asset acquisition, creation, operations, maintenance, and disposal. 
● Environmental and social impacts. 
● Safety. 
● Cost/affordability/willingness to pay. 
● Asset value and depreciation. 
● Performance of the AMF. 
● Workplace resourcing, competency, and culture; and 
● Alternative technologies.

(*) General management skills includes: 
(i) Conduct leadership of a technical team where relevant or contribute as a subject matter expert (SME)
(ii)  Apply technical judgement and awareness and understanding of industry practice in the chosen subject area (within a Domain) of AM
(iii) Coordinate with other members of the organisation’s AM team as required in the adopted AM Processes and Procedures
(iv) Demonstrate effective written and verbal communications


A registered professional (in any recognised field) must corroborate the nature of the experience indicated and the specific participation and role of the applicant in the preparation of the artefacts. Provide space for comment on any limitations. Also provide a field to indicate the circumstances that underpin the validity of the reference.