MCP is in Limerick, Ireland today. Dave Porrill is completing the end of the second week of MAMC training, whilst the delegates busily revise and get ready for taking their examinations. All are looking forward to becoming City & Guilds fully accreditated Asset Management Specialists.

The MAMC Course Objectives are to provide Executives, Managers and Functional Heads with an understanding and knowledge of Asset Management and J&J Maintenance Best Practice.

The results are already in for MCP having received a great testimonial from one of the delegates…

Last week I was in the MAMC training and is exceeding my expectations! Definitely, something that cannot be replaced by the fast track version, congratulations to the entire team! During the sessions, I had the opportunity to talk with Maintenance managers from the other sectors, very beneficial for networking as well.

Engineering Excellence Manager, JNJ delegate

Dave Porrill, specialist skills are in the field of production equipment maintenance and reliability strategies and systems within the FMCG environment. His international consulting prowess is across multiple geographies, by assisting sites to improve all aspects of maintenance and reliability processes and systems, including CMMS implementation and use. Experienced in TPM programme implementation, World-Class Manufacturing systems and processes, and modern training and development techniques. The author of several industry papers on maintenance, reliability and production topics, published on 12 occasions to date in the USA, Australia and the UK.

If you want to know more as to why… MCP skills training is the best investment you can make for your business