This document will provide you with more detailed information on the enrolment process, learning resources, training courses, booking an exam, exam regulations and what happens after an exam - whether you are successful or unsuccessful.
Guidance for Candidates
This document includes the philosophy behind the IAM qualifications, how they relate to asset management knowledge, understanding and practice, the scope of the individual topics which make up the compulsory modules for the examinations and the assessment protocols that are used to determine the awarding of a Certificate.
It is important that prospective candidates understand the scope of the topics covered by the examination modules to determine how much study and training they may need. The Guidance for Candidates also suggests a minimum reading list to prepare for the exams.
IAM Examinations Board and Committee
The IAM Examinations Board is responsible for designing and managing the processes for assessing candidates and awarding the IAM Certificate and IAM Diploma. It is also responsible for quality assurance of the IAM qualifications, including identity verification of those claiming to possess the qualifications.
For more information about the IAM Examinations Board please click here.
The IAM Examinations Committee are made up of domain experts called Examiners, who write, review and agree the inclusion or removal of examination questions.
For more information, you can download the IAM Examinations Board regulations here.
If you are interested in getting involved in the organisation and management of the IAM examinations, please contact us.
Verifying an IAM Qualification
IAM Qualifications are valuable and significant achievements and we expect that more and more employers will look for these on the CVs of prospective employees. Please click here to find out how you can visually check that a printed certificate is genuine, or contact the IAM in order to confirm that a certificate has been awarded.