Applying to become an Endorsed Trainer
The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) seeks to endorse suitable training providers to deliver specified Asset Management courses. The courses are based on identified training requirements related to the current version of the IAM Competences Framework and complementing the requirements of BSI PAS 55:2008 and/or ISO 55001.
The IAM assesses applicants against our requirements and appoint them to the status of Endorsed Trainer Provider (ETP) for a (renewable) period of three years.
There is no limit on the number of ETPs either in a given territory or overall: any applicant that can meet our requirements will be entitled to be endorsed.
ETPs are granted the right to issue training certificates endorsed by the IAM to individuals who successfully complete their courses covered by this scheme.
The IAM will promote the availability of Endorsed Training and we will forward enquiries for training to ETPs to supplement the results of their own marketing efforts. ETPs are entitled to use IAM branding subject to agreeing terms and conditions of use.
Depending on the volume of work, the time taken to process applications may vary and this will be agreed with applicants on receipt of their completed applications.
Training providers approved for ETP status will be required to become Individual or Corporate Members of the IAM, as appropriate, if they are not Members at the time of submitting their application.
Please download and read all the scheme documents in the right hand window. If you have any questions that are not addressed by these documents, please contact the ETS Administrator
'Volume' means the number of modules included whether within 8 courses or a single course. So a course covering modules B1-B6 incl would cost £1,000 Application Fee (one-off), £500 on appointment and annually, £50 for each composite pass certificate issued (per candidate). Whereas a course covering module A2 only would cost £500 Application Fee (one-off), £100 on appointment and annually, £10 for each pass certificate issued (per candidate).
"Remit" - as used in Clause 26 of Scheme Document
In Methodology, Clause b says "How you do you propose to meet the requirements set out in the remits?" This should be interpreted as Course Requirements or Schedule of Courses.