About this course
Give your maintenance management team a common understanding of what good maintenance looks like. This course will give them a logical model showing interfaces among all the elements, the best practices of each element and the benefits of doing it well.
Most maintenance engineers and supervisors end up managing maintenance activities without any formal training. This course is based on a logical model of maintenance management, covering the principles, best practices and benefits of each element, as well as the interfaces between them. The course is very interactive with lots of examples, exercises and guidelines, ending with a self-assessment and implementation roadmap.
Pragma has combined its 30 years of maintenance management experience with the accepted best practices from global standards, text books and guidelines to develop this course. If required, it can be customised to align with an organisation’s own maintenance blueprint and examples.
Describe good maintenance practices according to the Maintenance Management Model
Explain the maintenance objectives of improved performance and lower risk at optimal cost
Create a maintenance scorecard consisting of a balanced set of KPIs and targets
Describe the negative effects of reactive breakdown maintenance
Explain how the failure profile of components determine which maintenance tactics are applicable
Describe how maintenance work can be managed more effectively and efficiently
Explain how Maintenance can support Supply Chain to improve its material management
Make better contracting decisions and manage contractors more effectively
Explain the role of Production/Operations in ensuring reliable assets
Create a logical maintenance organisation with clear roles for everyone
Use the functionality of a maintenance information system to make better decisions
Interpret maintenance KPIs in order to identify opportunities for improvement
Develop a clear vision of what good maintenance looks like
Assess the Maintenance function and develop a maintenance improvement strategy
Who should attend?
- Factory managers
- Engineering managers
- Managers maintenance
- Maintenance supervisors/ foremen
Format and duration
- 26 notional hours delivered via two options: 6x half-days of blended learning via a virtual classroom or 3 full days training in a physical classroom
- Online assessment
- A logical Maintenance Management Model
- Key considerations for implementing each element
- Maintenance management self-assessment
- Template for a maintenance management road map
- ECSA endorsed for 3 CPD points
- Aligned with the SAAMA designation for an Asset Management Practitioner