- What is Business Aviation?
- Flight Department Administration
- Aircraft Operations
- Professional Development
- News & Publications
- Products & Services
The goal of recertification is to evaluate the continued competence of a Certified Aviation Manager. The intent of the recertification program is to help ensure that the CAM stays current with industry issues and maintaining the highest standards possible toward proper management credentials within business aviation.
CAM recertification requires the following:
- a maintenance fee of $300 for NBAA Members ($500 for Non-Members)
- four points of recertification credit to be completed every 36 calendar months on the anniversary of the initial examination month.
If four points of recertification credit are not obtained within the 36-month maintenance period, the CAM exam will have to be taken in its entirety to keep CAM certification.
Four-Point Recertification Options
- Four points may be earned by achieving an Associate's, Bachelor's, Master's or Doctorate Degree.
- Four points toward recertification can be obtained by completing a Professional Development Program (PDP)-approved course that meets mulitple PDP objectives. Each PDP objective covered by a PDP course qualifies as two points of recertification credit.
Two-Point Recertification Options
- Two points toward recertification can be obtained by completing a PDP-approved course that satisfys a single PDP objective. Each PDP objective covered by a PDP course qualifies as two points of recertification credit.
- Two points may be earned by participating in the complete NBAA Webinar Virtual Study Group, Business Aviation Taxes: Planning & Impact. Note: Attendance of all eight webinars is required in order to receive the full two points.
One-Point Recertification Options
- One point per year may be obtained by attending any of these events related to management issues with a flight department:
- NBAA Schedulers & Dispatchers Conference
- NBAA Leadership Conference
- NBAA International Operators Conference
- NBAA Maintenance Management Conference
- FSF/NBAA Corporate Aviation Safety Seminar
- NBAA Flight Attendants/Flight Technicians Conference
- NBAA Tax, Regulatory & Risk Management Conference, and other NBAA tax-related seminars
- NBAA Aircraft Registration Conference (2011-2012)
- NBAA Business Aircraft Transactions Conference (2010-2011)
- NBAA Introduction to SMS Workshop
- Bombardier/NBAA/FAA/NTSB Safety Standdown
- CBAA/NBAA Cross Border Issues Conference (2010-2011)
- California Business Aviation Association Annual Safety Standdown (2012)
- Chicago Area Business Aviation Association Safety Standdown (2011)
- Georgia Business Aviation Association Safety Day (2006-2011)
- Northern California Business Aviation Association Emergency Response Planning Safety Day (2012)
- Ohio Business Aviation Training Standdown (2010-2012)
- Pacific Northwest Regional Safety Day (2010)
- San Antonio Regional Business Aviation Association PCAT Safety Smackdown (2010-2011)
- San Diego Regional Aviation Association Human Factors Safety Standdown (2010)
- Southern California Aviation Association Safety Standdown (2011)
- Utah Business Aviation Safety Day (2010-2011)
- One point may be earned by participation in the CAM Governing Board Testing Committee as approved by the Testing Committee chair.
Quarter-Point Recertification Options
- A quarter point (¼) may be earned by participating in NBAA webinars that cover topics relevant to the CAM domains:
- Independent Contractor Best Practices in Business Aviation (2012)
- RVSM Authorization (2012)
- Business Aviation Taxes: Planning & Impact, Virtual Study Group. Note: this is a series of eight webinars worth ¼ point each up to 2 points.
- Educating the Client Enhances Cabin Safety
- Enhanced Operational Support for the Pilot and Schedule/Dispatcher Team (2012)
To learn more about NBAA events listed above, and to register, visit NBAA's events web page.
Organizations may have their education programs be designated as eligible recertification points for the CAM Program. Organizations must submit a detailed description of the program at least six months in advance for review by the CAM Governing Board. Approval is limited to an annual basis. For more information, e-mail NBAA at firstname.lastname@example.org.