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On-Site Maintenance Training

(We come to you)

All of our public maintenance training courses can be customized and delivered at your facility, as "on-site" training. "Customized" training means that the instructor can tailor the training around your operation. This is accomplished by our 1-day "Alignment & Optimization" ahead of the training, which gives the instructor a “snap-shot” of the client’s facility prior to the training. This training format is most effective when held at the client’s facility. All questions, comments, and discussions are concentrated on your specific issues. In many instances, exercises can be completed on your equipment (when applicable).
On-Site Training Options:

On-Site Training Benfits:

    It's Cost Effective: cost based on days not number of people
    Learn on your own equipment
    Avoid travel and accommodation expense
    Training focused on your systems, equipment, and personnel
    Schedule Convenience - The training is arranged to suit your schedule
    The timing and content are fully customizable to suit your needs

Planning and Scheduling

(Approx. 4 to 5 days)

Designed for Planner/Schedulers working in their own environment to learn the 8 steps of Planning. This training will use live work requests from your system and takes you through the planning and scheduling process from request to work order closure. This training ensures that Planner/Schedulers understand the work flow process and helps to establish their roles & responsibilities. It will also assist other personnel in understanding their roles related to working with the Planner/Schedulers and make the process more efficient and effective.


Storeroom Solutions

(Approx. 4 to 5 days)
The onsite training begins with an assessment that covers:
  • An analysis of current state based on a 77-point survey covering staffing, CMMS, materials handling, layout, inventory controls, and procurement practices
  • A full breakdown of inventories including min/max levels, excess, and obsolete materials with recommendations
  • A review of roles and responsibilities and how current processes and metrics support them
  • And a customized master plan for implementation based on gap analysis from assessment and the training to assure sustainability
Following the assessment, the data will be analyzed and a customized training program will identify areas for improvement. Attendees will learn both tactical and strategic processes in order to fully optimize the capabilities of the storeroom and close performance gaps that hamper operations.

PM Optimization

(Approx. 4 to 5 days)
Learn how to make your PM system a dynamic, "living" program that evolves with the constant changes in your facility. You will learn how to set up cross functional teams to evaluate your current PM system and how to build proper PM’s for new equipment being installed in the facility. You will learn how to use the PM Optimization Tool to determine the proper tasks in the PM and how to improve the quality of the PM.


Root Cause Analysis

(Approx. 3 to 4 days)
Learn a structured, analytical process of investigation, analysis, and resolution, to permanently eliminate recurring maintenance failures. This course is based on facts and data utilizing the DMAIC process (Define, Measure, Analyze, Improve, and Control). Typically this program’s has two days of 'class work' with a third day of on-site exercises on equipment and / or systems.


Basic Equipment Care Workshop

This hands-on, four-day course explains and demonstrates, through actual on-site practice sessions, the concepts of TPM/TPR; how to function as a team, how to conduct cleaning and inspecting activities, how to measure equipment effectiveness, how to write standards, and much more. The training enables team members to begin the process of identifying and resolving equipment-related issues on their equipment.


Lean Maintenance

This state-of-the-art 2-day seminar covers all implementations steps to begin a Lean Maintenance process. It is designed to benefit every level of maintenance personnel, providing the most up-to-date facts and techniques on the maintenance technology that is revolutionizing the way our industry operates. It examines the importance of creating a Lean Maintenance Department in a Lean Manufacturing environment and how Lean Maintenance integrates with other maintenance improvement initiatives such as RCM, TPM, and WCM. A "must" for Plant Engineers, Maintenance Superintendents, Maintenance Managers, and Reliability Managers.


To request a proposal / quote on any of our onsite training, click here, or call Vincent Quarles at 1-800-637-0120, if you are in the U.S. or call 919-834-3722, if you are calling internationally.

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