CMRP Exam-Certified maintenance and reliability Exam-كل ما تريد معرفته
What is CMRP Exam?
The CMRP Exam is the leading credential for certifying the knowledge, skills and abilities of maintenance, reliability and physical asset management professionals.
The CMRP exam is a thorough test of a broad scope of expertise measured against the universal standard. It was developed to assess professionals’ aptitude within the five pillars of the SMRP Body of Knowledge which include:
business and management
manufacturing process reliability
organization and leadership
The CMRP is accredited by the ANSI National Accreditation Board (ANAB), an independent third-party organization that evaluates certification programs and organization requirements on a regular basis. The CMRP exam is the only certification program of its kind accredited by ANAB under the ISO/IEC 17024 standard.
About the SMRP Certifying Organization
SMRP was formed in 1992 by practitioners from 18 different companies who were passionate about actively promoting maintenance and reliability within their field and to the public. In 1997, SMRP formed SMRPCO to create a certification program to validate the skills and knowledge of maintenance, reliability and physical asset management practitioners. Three years later, the first Certified Maintenance & Reliability Professional exam (CMRP) was administered.
Why certify with CMRP?
• Many employers use CMRP certification as a prerequisite for hiring employees. • Four out of five CMRP-certified individuals recommend the CMRP as a means to advance an individual’s career. • The CMRP certification complies with ISO 17024, which is accredited by American National Standards Institute (ANSI). • Becoming certified includes SMRP membership and access to continuing education opportunities, metrics, and best practices.
Certification Application , Fees
There are no educational experiences or requirements to sit for the CMRP a candidate must: 1. Complete the CMRP application, which is available at www.smrp.org 2. Pay all applicable fees
SMRP members: $300.00 (USD)
Non-members: $470.00 (USD)
3. Not have taken the applicable exam within six months
CMRP Exam Subject Areas
The foundation of the Maintenance and Reliability Body of Knowledge is the five pillars of knowledge:
1.0 Business and Management
This subject area describes the skills used to translate an organization’s business goals into appropriate maintenance and reliability goals that support and contribute to the organization’s business results
2.0 Manufacturing Process Reliability
This subject area relates maintenance and reliability activities to the manufacturing process of the organization to ensure that maintenance and reliability activities improve the manufacturing process
3.0 Equipment Reliability This subject area describes two kinds of activities that apply to the equipment and processes for which the maintenance and reliability professional is accountable. First are those activities used to assess the current capabilities of the equipment and processes in terms of their reliability, availability, maintainability, and criticality. Second are the activities used to select and apply the most appropriate maintenance practices, so that the equipment and processes continue to deliver their intended capabilities in the safest and most cost-effective manner.
4.0 Organization & Leadership This subject area describes processes for assuring that the maintenance and reliability staff is the most qualified and best assigned to achieve the maintenance and reliability organization goals.
5.0 Work Management This subject area focuses on the skills used to get the maintenance and reliability work done. It includes planning and scheduling activities, quality assurance of maintenance activities, stores and inventory management
CMRP Exam Details
Duration will be 150 minutes.
Passing score Required
Passing score is 65% in all pillars
CMRP Certification Validity
3 Years Validity
At the conclusion of the exam, preliminary results shall show onscreen. Candidates may access full results immediately upon exiting the exam by logging into his or her Pearson VUE online profile. The examination score reports shall reflect pass or fail status. Candidates shall be given access to diagnostic, non-numerical information indicating their overall performance for each domain of the exam.