Planners’ School Level 1
Fundamentals of Work Management – identifying work, maintenance planning, reporting & KPI’s, scheduling, work execution, spares management, transitioning from breakdown maintenance, and performance assessment and management.
Planners’ School Level 2
For experienced planners – introduction to asset management, work management support, reliability department, using measurements for plant improvement, condition monitoring, defect elimination, maintenance strategy improvement, and operator driven reliability.
Lubrication School Level 1
Foundational training in best practice methods for selecting, storing, filtering and testing lubricants and oil sampling – boosting reliability and generate lasting results in machine efficiency and maintenance.
Lubrication School Level 2
Advanced machinery lubrication topics with excellent preventive maintenance techniques – learn how to identify wear patterns, degraded lubricants, and those small but significant leaks that can spell disaster over a period of time.
Whether you’re a manager, engineer, technician or operator, this course is designed to show you the relevance of an effective lubrication program to your role, and how it contributes to reliability.
This course presents the fundamentals of machinery lubrication necessary for a foundational understanding of lubrication enabled reliability. A basic review of the important functions of a lubricant will be covered.
Asset Management School
Bringing the strategic objectives of asset management into a day to day context so that people understand why specific processes, systems and reports are necessary to inform asset management decision making.
Improving shutdown delivery methods, underpinned by sustainable processes – establishing the shut, develop the shutdown organisation, shutdown control protocols, preparation, detailed work planning, scheduling, delivering work, close-out of shutdown.
Take dead aim at the FLAB (Fasteners, Lubrication, Alignment and Balance) in your plant and significantly improve equipment reliability and plant processes.