Maintenance Management
Brief Description
This Practical Maintenance Management course will cover basic theoretical knowledge, principles, tool and techniques on maintenance management. The course will be centred on practical application of these principles, tool and techniques using case studies and exercise examples.
Learning Outcomes
After successful completion of the course, you will be able to:

To be able to differentiate between different maintenance strategies
To understand and perform maintenance planning, scheduling and execution steps
To determine maintenance workload and workload forecasting
To draw up a maintenance budget
To understand basic maintenance human factor principles
To be able to select maintenance performance indicators
Course Content
Introduction to maintenance management
Maintenance theory
Maintenance resources and workload
Maintenance planning, scheduling and execution
Maintenance performance indicators
Maintenance 4.0 (The Future)
Entry Requirements
The Prospective delegates should at least have a three-year qualification and/or work experience

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Engineering and Technology Management
Who Should attend:
This course is ideal for:

*  Field staff
*  Technical staff
*  Operational staff
*  Planners and schedulers
*  Supervisors and managers within an operational, technical or engineering industry
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