Certified Documentation and Data Management Association 

Certified Fabrication Documentation Management

Manufacturing organizations have many additional elements of managing documentation including the inventory, production, and the multitude of customers to satisfy. This career channel is vital to the quality management of products as well as these difficult requirements in processing documentation and data files.

Associate

The Associate Certified Fabrication Documentation Manager had been taught the fundamentals of all divisions of documentation management, engineering documentation, and software basics. They have learned the intricacies of receiving and processing documentation to and from customers. This certification includes appropriate qualifications in MS Office, fundamentals of quality management, and the ability to professionally resolve conflict in opinion surrounding the implementation and management of procedures.

Professional

The Professional Certified Fabrication Documentation Manager is proficient in creating and managing the systems, processes, and procedures in order to efficiently and effectively manage all documentation coming in to, created at, and being sent from the fabrication organization, including the software tools to enable automation of processes wherever possible. The professional is also trained in the fundamentals of general project management to ensure any implementation or improvement project is successful.

Certification Requirements for Fabrication Office Documentation Management

Associate Member

Associate Members are required to successfully complete the following courses (available through ZanEdU College www.zan-edu.com):

  • Documentation Management History and Introduction - Course code GB-DM-001
  • Elements of Creating a Facility - Course code GB-DM-002
  • Elements of Project Management - Course code GB-DM-003
  • Elements of Facility Construction - Course code GB-DM-004
  • Corporate Documentation Management Introduction - Course code GB-DM-005
  • Introduction to Engineering Documentation Management - Course code EB-DM-001
  • Creation of Drawings and Introduction to Publishing Documentation - Course code GB-DM-006
  • Introduction to Vendor Submission Documentation Management and Email Management - Course code VB-DM-001
  • Introduction to Facility Documentation and Managing Modifiable Files - Course code GB-DM-007
  • Introduction to Documentation Management Software (DMS) Requirements - Course code SB-DM-001
  • Corporate Documentation Levels Explained - Course code CI-DM-001
  • Creating, Modifying, and Publishing Corporate Documentation - Course code CI-DM-002
  • Managing Reviews and Corporate Documentation from External Parties - Course code CI-DM-003
  • Corporate Documentation Management Numbering, Storage and Securities, and Continual Improvement - Course code CI-DM-004
  • Setting Submission Expectations for Vendor Documentation - Course code VI-DM-001
  • Receiving and Numbering Vendor Documentation Submissions - Course code VI-DM-002
  • Expediting and Reviewing Vendor Documentation Submissions - Course code VI-DM-003
  • Submitting Documentation from the Vendor, Data Books, and Storage - Course code VI-DM-004

In addition to the above courses, Associate Members must successfully complete the following:

  • Intermediate Certificate (or equivalent) in MS Office 2010 or 2013 (Microsoft certified courses only)
    • Outlook
    • Word
    • Excel
    • and Powerpoint
  • aRCA Fundamentals - www.asq.org
  • Conflict Resolution - any official local school or institution

Professional Member

Professional Members are required to complete all of the Associate Member courses as well as the following courses (available through ZanEdU College www.zan-edu.com):

  • Overview of Engineering Groups and Authentication Requirements - Course code EI-DM-001
  • Repository, Uploading, and Metadata Type Requirements in Documentation Management Software - Course code SI-DM-001
  • Numbering and Revisioning Requirements of Documentation Management Software - Course code SI-DM-002
  • Searchability, Metadata, Usability, and Workflow Requirements of Documentation Management Software - Course code SI-DM-003
  • Access, Modifiable File Management, and Security Requirements in Documentation Management Software - Course code SI-DM-004
  • Reporting, Transmitting, Auditing, and Integration Requirements of Documentation Management Software - Course code SI-DM-005

In addition to the above courses, Professional Members must successfully complete the following:

  • Advanced Certificate (or equivalent) in MS Office 2010 or 2013 (Microsoft certified courses only)
    • Outlook
    • Word
    • Excel
    • and Powerpoint
  • Intermediate or Advanced Certificate (or equivalent) in MS Office 2010 or 2013 (Microsoft certified courses only)
    • Visio
    • Project
  • TWO of the following - www.microsoft.com
    • Database Administration Fundamentals - Course ID 40364A
    • Querying Microsoft SQL Server Databases - Course ID 20461C
    • Developing Microsoft SQL Server Databases - Course ID 20464C
    • Learn Microsoft Access Step by Step: Level 1 - Course ID 50532A
    • Learn Microsoft Access Step by Step: Level 2 - Course ID 50533A
  • ONE of the following - www.pmi.org
    • Project Management Foundation - Course ID 00101529800
    • Project Management Fundamentals - Course ID 00101469600
    • Essentials of Project Management - Course ID 00101457600

Members must have been an Associate Member for at least two years before becoming a Professional Member. 

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