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Maint. Manag. & Cond. Monit.




Course Overview

Maintenance Management System comprehensive program provides management education to professionals involved in maintaining the technical assets of an enterprise. The management of maintenance resources and processes are included in the course content, as well as principles of maintenance management; condition-based maintenance; managing maintenance workers; managing finances in maintenance; managing maintenance information; maintenance improvement and strategy; and risk management.

The program is supported via interactive workshops and case studies.

Maintenance Management course will help you learn practical solutions to everyday problems and increase your value to your organization. By staying current with the latest maintenance practices and technologies, you’ll know how to handle complex maintenance challenges and contribute to the bottom line. And, you’ll meet colleagues from other companies who are experiencing some of the same problems. Our instructors have years of practical, real-world experience, and they’ve received excellent ratings from past students.

Course Outlines

  • Principles of maintenance management
  • Maintenance approaches and strategies
  • Managing maintenance information
  • How to implement PM (Preventive Maintenance) work
  • How to insure the PM tasks are done as designed and how to design them
  • Condition-based maintenance
  • The Total Productive Maintenance TPM, the legend versus application
  • Planning and scheduling maintenance jobs to improve productivity
  • Managing maintenance workers
  • Ideas to manage the stockroom
  • Managing finances in maintenance
  • When to outsource
  • How and when to in-source
  • Choosing and using contractors (as a competitive advantage)
  • How to use high technology inspections to make an impact
  • Ways to reengineer maintenance that enhance quality, safety, environmental security and uptime
  • Maximizing benefits from your CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System)
  • Maintenance improvement and strategy
  • How to improve uptime
  • Basics of Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)
  • Basics of RCM (Reliability-centered maintenance)
  • Risk management

Learning Competencies

After completion of Maintenance Management System course, delegates will be able to:

  • develop a maintenance plan for a technical system.
  • develop a performance management system for maintenance.
  • apply maintenance approaches to achieve continuous improvement.
  • apply problem-solving models to maintenance.
  • calculate net present value for asset replacement.

Who Should Enroll?

If you are:

  • Involved or responsible for your company’s asset or maintenance program
  • Part of the change process in your organization’s maintenance
  • New to the field
  • A senior member of the maintenance team who is tired of doing the same thing and getting the same results, constantly putting out fires, and never having the time to do things right

you will benefit and save your company time and money! Courses cover maintenance management topics including preventive/predictive maintenance for production and facilities, total productive maintenance and purchasing and inventory management.

Take the Next Step

Finally, Industry experts and faculty with firsthand experience guarantee you a dynamic learning experience at an affordable price. Discuss challenges, get answers, share ideas and return to your job a more knowledgeable and valuable professional. Certificate recipients report promotions and increased job opportunities.

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