Programs

Leadership and Management Skills for Managers andSupervisors

  • Effective maintenance is dependent on an engaged workforce thatshare a common vision and strive for world-class performance. Deficiencies in people skills is perhaps the greatest weakness within the maintenance function. It is incumbent upon the maintenance manager and supervision to have and practiceeffective leadership and management skills. This session focuses on providing these skills and practical guidelines that will help them involve and motivate their workforce, deal with conflicts and other challenges.


April 27-28, 2022

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

  • The mission and strategy created for the maintenance organization depends on effective planning and scheduling. This session provides the necessary knowledge and understanding needed to effectively manage the planning and scheduling process. It is not intended to provide mastery of skills required to execute the planning and scheduling function.



May 25-26, 2022

Managing Facilities Maintenance

  • The processes, and tools provided in sessions 1 - 6 are directly applicable to facilities, but must be tailored to the unique requirements of facilities assets and equipment, as well as the tenant-driven demands that govern operations and maintenance. This optional session, attended in lieu of session 7a, provide concise, best practices guidelines for application of the processes, tools and knowledge provided by this certificate course.



October 18-19, 2022

Managing Industrial Plant Maintenance

  • This session build upon the knowledge gain in sessions 1 - 6 and provides practical guidelines to implement and maintain a viable maintenance program that can achieve and sustain world-class performance.



September 13-14, 2022

Maintenance, repair and overhaul materials (MRO), excluding inventory, represents 50% or more of the total maintenance budget. This workshop builds on efficiency through control efforts.



August 9-10, 2022

Preventive/Predictive Maintenance

  • The heart of an effective maintenance strategy is a robust, risk-based preventive maintenance program. As the name implies, the focus of preventive maintenance is to prevent failures, premature wear or damage-to prevent the need for corrective maintenance. Unlike traditional program, this session will provide a best practice approach to preventive maintenance. One that will significantly improve availability, reducecorrective maintenance, and extend useful life.


June 7-8, 2022