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Certificate Course in Maintenance Planning

An Intensive 5 - Day Training Course

Certificate Course in Maintenance Planning

Build an Effective Planning System and a Competent Team

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Scheduled Dates

Date: Location: Fee: Enrollment:
28 Nov - 02 Dec 2021 Dubai - UAE $4,950

*Exclusive of VAT

Why Choose this Training Course?

Whether you are new into maintenance planning or you have been doing maintenance planning scheduling for a while, this PetroKnowledge course will give you new knowledge, insights, and skills that are of great value to your maintenance career and income earning potential.

Maintenance planning plays a critical role within the overall physical asset management processes yet, many organisations are still struggling to get it implemented properly and reap the benefits that it brings. By understanding the fundamental processes behind this operational level strategy, you will be able to identify what is missing in your personal skill set and in your organisation. As a result of your participation in this Maintenance Planning training course, you will also identify the responsibilities you will need to embrace in order to establish an effective maintenance planning function.

This training course places the emphasis on the key processes and techniques of maintenance planning that are necessary to sustain the reliability of our assets.

This training course will highlight:

  • The building blocks of an efficient planning function
  • A fast track programmed maintenance development process
  • Planning work for quality and efficiency
  • Scheduling work in a manner that ensures the continuity of operations
  • Gaining the commitment of operations to the maintenance plan and schedule
  • Generating performance indicators that pinpoint problems and opportunities
  • Eliminating equipment defects through detection, disclosure, planning, scheduling and execution

What are the Goals?

At the end of this training course, you will learn to:

  • Set up master data to support asset maintenance
  • Facilitate the development and implementation of programmed maintenance
  • Develop task plans and procedures that meet safety, quality and efficiency criteria
  • Initiate the acquisition of logistics to enable execution of backlog work
  • Compile a work schedule for a forthcoming period in consultation with stakeholders
  • Produce performance indicator based reports that expose problem areas

Who is this Training Course for?

This training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Planners
  • Maintenance and Reliability Engineers
  • Planning engineers
  • Maintenance supervisors
  • Maintenance engineers
  • Maintenance team leaders and managers
  • Operations team leaders and managers
  • Technical Support Staff

 

How will this Training Course be Presented?

The training course is delivered by means of a combination of instructor-led topic areas and class discussions.  The training is further enhanced by the use of case studies, examples and practical exercises that are pre-loaded onto a laptop for each delegate. The templates, case studies, examples and exercises are subsequently available to each delegate after the course as a reference for further study, research or practice. This ensures a high level of knowledge and skill retention.

Daily Agenda

Day One: The Building Blocks of a Modern Maintenance Management System

  • The ‘Asset Healthcare Model’
  • Asset master data
  • Organisation master data
  • Maintenance logistics planning
  • Practical exercise and discussion

Day Two: Programmed Maintenance Development and Planning

  • Criticality grading
  • Failure modes and effects analysis
  • Programmed task selection criteria and tools
  • CMMS task plans and work orders
  • Corrective maintenance task procedures
  • Practical exercise and discussion

Day Three: Work Management

  • Work management process model
  • Defect reporting and notifications
  • Backlog control
  • Capacity planning and resourcing
  • Schedule with consensus of stakeholders
  • Practical exercise and discussion

Day Four: Shutdown and Turnaround Management

  • Network planning and critical path scheduling
  • Resource profile
  • Resource levelling and balancing to optimise the schedule and resource profile
  • Shutdown and turnaround progress tracking and control
  • Practical exercise and discussion

Day Five: Performance Management

  • Setting up performance indicators and data sources
  • Work management performance indicators
  • Asset maintenance effectiveness performance indicators
  • Cost control performance indicators
  • Planning performance indicators
  • Practical exercise and discussion