Courses

Budgeting for Maintenance: A Behavior-Based Approach

  • Budgeting for Maintenance - Develop an effective activity-based budget for a world-class maintenance organization. A standard process and methodology to create optimum sustaining maintenance for critical assets.
  • Cost Management - Effective methods and processes to continuously evaluate and manage maintenance expenditures; to manage the maintenance budget and assure sustaining maintenance.
  • Key Performance Indicators - Leading and lagging performance indicators that enable effective maintenance management.

This course contains no sessions

Maintenance Management

  • The role of maintenance in a world-class organization - concise understanding of the critical role maintenance must provide to achieve sustainable enterprise success.
  • Mission, roles, responsibilities, accountability and expectations - create an organization that clearly understands its mission, expectations and responsibilities.


October 3, 2018 to October 4, 2018, Bryant Conference Center

Management Skills for Maintenance Managers and Supervisors

  • Management Skills - Best practices maintenance managers and front-line supervisors.
  • Involving the Workforce - Management techniques to engage and involve the maintenance workforce.

This course contains no sessions

Management Strategies for Maintenance Managers and Supervisors

  • Management Strategies - Concise understanding of the various maintenance strategies employed by successful organizations. Includes Lean, Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), Reliability-based Maintenance (RCM) and Risk- based asset management (RBAM).
  • Strategy Selection - How to select an effective maintenance strategy for specific industries or facilities.
  • Implementing Strategy

This course contains no sessions

Managing Building and Facilities Maintenance

  • Managing Building and Facilities Maintenance - While fundaments of effective maintenance management are universal, facilities, e.g. hospitals, data centers, etc. have unique requirements that must be addressed. Session 7B interprets the lessons learned in sessions 1 - 6 into practical application in facilities applications.


November 14, 2018 to November 15, 2018, Bryant Conference Center

Managing Factory and Process Industry Maintenance

  • Managing Factory and Process Industry Maintenance - Tailors the best practices provided in sessions 1 - 6 to discrete manufacturing and process industries applications. Ensures that lessons learned are applied properly for the participant's application.


November 12, 2018 to November 13, 2018, Bryant Conference Center

Predictive Maintenance Programs and Their Methodology

  • Preventive-Predictive Maintenance - Definition of terms; effective application of time-driven preventive and condition- based predictive maintenance technologies.
  • Preventive Maintenance Basics - Define maintenance activity types and their proper application.
  • Predictive Maintenance Basics - Concise overview of available technologies and their proper application.

August 20, 2018 to August 21, 2018, Bryant Conference Center
This workshop provides an overview of recruitment, staffing and interviewing in today's modern organizations, sourcing channels for identified talent needs, the process of employee and job matching, related laws and regulations, an intense focus on the interview process, the do's and don'ts of interviewing, requesting background checks and references, and developing a job offer letter.
This course contains no sessions

Storerooms: Inventory/Spare Parts Management

  • Vision for Maintenance and the MRO storeroom - The salient factors for an effective MRO management program.
  • MRO Storerooms Setup - Best practices for MRO storerooms, including mission, layout, material handling requirements and staffing.
  • Inventory and Spare Parts Management - Initial stocking levels, replenishment, economic reorder requirements, kitting and disbursement, inventory and obsolescence management.


August 22, 2018 to August 23, 2018, Bryant Conference Center