Maintenance Excellence Trilogy

The Maintenance Excellence Trilogy was originally developed in the UK for a leading automotive company which has been received to great acclaim and adopted across other sites. This City & Guilds accredited 8-day programme, specifically structured to improve career progression, is offered in 3 modules – each designed to enhance the development of skills and knowledge in the fields of asset management and maintenance.

Managing Plant Reliability

Maintaining assets is all about managing the risk of equipment failure and its resulting impact on business performance. Developing risk-based plans has the potential to reduce overall workload by up to 30%. Having a structured risk-based approach is the key to best practice asset management. Reliability is imperative for companies to deliver optimum levels of customer service.

Maintenance Best Practice

MCP’s popular City & Guilds accredited Maintenance Best Practice interactive workshop provides an excellent understanding of the principles of effective maintenance. Companies increasingly need to make asset management a key part of the culture in order to remain cost competitive in their operations. Similarly, maintenance costs are increasingly under pressure. This workshop can help you drive value through your maintenance management.

Asset Management Tools & Techniques

The Asset Management Tools & Techniques workshop provides an introduction to the latest tools necessary for effective asset management. The discussion will identify when and how to apply these tools for maximum impact on the bottom line. Delegates are encouraged to participate throughout by sharing their own experiences and, in discussion with other delegates, learn of common problems and solutions.

Maintenance Planning & Scheduling

Delegates will be capable of reviewing and revising their in-house approach to work management. Each delegate will develop a process map for their sites work management process. Outline action plans will be encouraged. Delegates will also learn how to identify opportunities for improvement.

Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Certificate

The 5-day course is delivered as public workshops and onsite. It discusses the core concepts and the practical applications in a highly interactive manner. This course is suitable for those with some experience of asset management (they may have some specific maintenance experience, but little knowledge of the wider context, such as business strategy, risk management, life cycle costing etc.

New Engineering Manager/Supervisor

Too often the person with the best technical skills gets promoted to be the new Engineer Manager or Supervisor. Those practical skills which served the technician well are now redundant and supervisory skills need to be nurtured. This course was conceived by a technician who went on the journey to be an engineering manager or supervisor. This is the course he wished he had attended 30 years ago.

Spares and Materials Management (MROM)

A complete spare parts and materials approach applied to an average situation can result in 20-25% stock level reductions and improved service levels.   Delegates will gain an understanding of what category of stockholding is required, stores and purchasing policies, control systems and supplier management.