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Certificate in Preventive and Predictive Maintenance

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Certificate in Preventive and Predictive Maintenance


  • Interactive course including lectures, case studies, and technical teaching methods.
  • Discussions related to various industries and implementation challenges.

Course Objectives:

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop, implement, and supervise preventive and predictive maintenance programs.
  • Apply the latest technologies and management methods from leading facilities and maintenance management practices.
  • Improve maintenance effectiveness using advanced techniques and methods to save time, money, and resources.
  • Prevent equipment failures and work on improving overall equipment effectiveness and reliability.
  • Reduce downtime and increase enterprise profitability.

Target Audience:

This course is designed for maintenance managers, engineers, supervisors, and planning engineers. It is also suitable for those working in operations, engineering, purchasing/materials departments who want to understand how the quality and function of maintenance affect their departments and the organization’s goals.

Program Content:

  1. Overview of Maintenance
  • What is maintenance?
  • Building a best-in-class asset record.
  • Formulating maintenance policies.
  • Setting maintenance standards and resource allocation.
  • Implementing maintenance strategies.
  1. Common Issues in the Organization
  • Lack of accountability.
  • Resource-level issues.
  • Insufficient or repetitive information requests.
  • Importance of allocating time for daily logging.
  • Maintaining technical history.
  • Regular review of key performance indicators.
  1. Introduction to Asset Management
  • Definitions of asset management according to ISO 55000.
  • Assets and asset systems.
  • Different stages of the asset lifecycle.
  • Asset management decisions and improvement.
  • Understanding goals, costs, critical factors, and risks.
  1. Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS)
  • CMMS setup.
  • Assigning criticality level SCE.
  • Critical production.
  • Non-critical.
  • Equipment classification and tagging.
  • Definition of asset recording systems.
  • Goods packages.
  • Equipment assignment.
  • Assigning key work centers.
  • Center cost (centers).
  • Benefits of Bill of Materials (BOMs).
  1. Work Identification and Request
  • Work preparation: what is required and why.
  • Assigning equipment to the correct level.
  • Prioritization – benefits of using priority technique.
  • Obtaining the required best-in-class information through corrective maintenance – ordering predictive maintenance (CM-PM).
  • Roles and responsibilities for work preparation.
  1. Work Planning and Estimation
  • Reviewing past history and benefits of work planning.
  • Allocating resources and correct hours.
  • Assigning materials using Bill of Materials (BOMs).
  • Assigning external resources with or without Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
  • Considering building relationships between activities within work order processes.
  • Pre-scheduling based on priority – setting priorities.
  1. Work Scheduling and Execution
  • Considerations when setting up a rolling schedule.
  • Aligning activities to include inputs from other departments before or after work.
  • Resource leveling through resource availability.
  • How dates and priorities impact scheduling.
  • Creating and approving a 7 to 14-day forward-looking schedule.
  • Importance of publishing scheduled activities for 7 to 14 days.
  • 30, 60, and 90-day meeting activities.
  • The role of daily writing in improving schedule control.
  • Dealing with emergent work and its impact on the schedule.
  • Considering Non-Routine Maintenance (EOM) to control high corrective maintenance expenses.
  • Standard routine procedure instructions.
  • Toolbox.
  • Importance of executing audit work.
  1. Quality Opinion Reporting
  • Benefits of opinion reporting and maintaining technical history.
  • Reviewing previous technical events and approving them.
  • Maintaining technical history – importance of pre-work preparation for future work.
  • Reviewing meetings – what is useful and where improvements can be made.
  1. Completion and Work Monitoring
  • Updating future maintenance plans and asset records based on technical history

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