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Developing & Implementing a Comprehensive Maintenance Plan

Is it right for me?

This course focuses on developing and enhancing knowledge of maintenance plans, including individual assets through to whole site viewpoints; financial to engineering perspectives, and boardroom strategy to maintenance team training. It is aimed at:

  • Individuals being developed for maintenance management roles

  • Those wanting to enhance their maintenance plans in line with their business criticality

What will I learn?
  • Identify how to register, classify and assign criticality to your assets

  • Understand different maintenance strategies and principles and assign them to your asset classes

  • Explore the creation and ongoing management of maintenance plans in your organisation

How will I benefit?
  • Understand what good asset management looks like and how to implement a maintenance plan to fit your organisation will drive improved reliability

  • Get three months of access to modulated course content and assignments, including Q&A sessions with industry experts PLUS a copy of the watermarked slides

  • Receive follow-up tasks to aid retention

Course Delivery

Our maintenance planning and scheduling training can be delivered live over three days via interactive virtual classes or directly in a traditional classroom setup on your site. Alternatively, the course is available via a series of webinars that can be accessed via our website which integrate assignments and Q&A opportunities throughout.

 

Both options also enable follow-up reminders and tasks designed and scheduled in order to enable optimal retention and engagement. See here for detail on our research backed guide to training.

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  •  Identifying all the assets and creating an asset register

  • Identifying asset classes

  • Defining how critical an asset is to your business

  • Calculating the penalty cost of asset failure

  • Identifying maintenance strategies that support the business

  • Defining the maintenance strategies to be assigned to asset classes

    • A brief overview of: 

      • Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) analysis

      • Failure Mode Effect Analysis (FMEA)

      • Reliability and Maintainability Studies (RAMS)

  • Identifying the maintenance tasks associated with different asset classes

  • Creation of the maintenance plan

  • Identification of spares requirements (brief detail as this is covered in a separate course)

  • Development of the computerised maintenance management system (CMMS)

  • Enhancing the maintenance strategies

    • A brief overview of: 

      • Root Cause Analysis (RCA) 

      • Six Sigma DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve, and Control) 

  • Training of the maintenance team

  • Managing deviations from the plan

Course Content