Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional

Successfully Demonstrated Expertise in the Field of Reliability Engineering

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Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional

Successfully Demonstrated Expertise in the Field of Reliability Engineering

Introduction
This course is a 5 day overview of reliability and maintenance fundamentals based on the five pillars of the SMRP Body of Knowledge. The course enables participants to develop a strategy for outstanding maintenance and reliability performance, tools to improve reliability at equipment level, and an insight to the latest practices in planning, scheduling and control. On the fifth day, the course concludes an opportunity to take the Certified Maintenance and Reliability Professional (CMRP) exam.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand and acknowledge the principles of SMRP Body of Knowledge
  • How to improve company profitability by implementing “Model of Excellence” for Maintenance
  • Describe key aspects of enhancing reliability at equipment & component level
  • Explanation of Best Practices in Maintenance Strategy Development and the PF Curve
  • Barriers and Solutions to Effective Work Execution – Change Management

Welcome & Introduction

  • Pre-Assessment
  • Overview of the SMRP’s five fundamental pillars of Maintenance and Reliability
  • Connection between the five pillars and other organizations, certifications, and standards
Pillar 1: Management and Business
  • Overview
  • Performance Measurements
  • Change Management Theory
  • Key Performance Indicators
  • Group & Individual exercises

Pillar 2: Equipment (Asset) Reliability

  • Identifying Where to Focus
  • MTBF, MTTR, MTBM, Weibull
  • Strategies that reduce downtime
  • Preventive Maintenance Strategies
  • Predictive Maintenance
  • Individual exercises

Pillar 3: Operations Reliability

  • What is Operations Reliability
  • Process Reliability
  • Design Reliability
  • Maintenance Reliability
  • Maintenance Management Best Practices
  • Safety in Focus & Individual exercises

Pillar 4: Leadership and Organization

  • Change Management Theory in Practice
  • Organizational Structure
  • Difference between Leadership and Management
  • Necessary Support for good Maintenance and Reliability Practices
  • Defining Necessary Skills
  • Assessing Skills Gaps and Bridging them
  • Creating Sustainable Organizations
  • Individual exercises

Pillar 5: Work Management

  • Identification of Work
  • Prioritization
  • Planning
  • Scheduling
  • Supervising
  • Executing
  • Closing Out and Analyzing
  • Support Processes – Technical Databases and Storerooms
  • Individual exercises

Course Review and Wrap-up

  • Individual exercises
  • Post Assessment
  • Certificates and Evaluation

Who Should Attend

  • Operations/Maintenance managers
  • Mechanical/Electrical Engineers
  • Experienced supervisors planners, Reliability professionals
  • Maintenance/Planning Engineers, CMRP seekers

Pre and Post Course Assessments

  • Each delegate will complete a pre-course assessment to evaluate their current levels of knowledge and experience.
  • At the end of the course, delegates will then complete a pos course assessment to ensure the material was presented effectively
 

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Reliability Expert Center
REC provides services to many sectors including: oil and gas, petrochemicals, mining, metal, power and utility, and is currently developing a customer base in banking and finance with corporate sustainability consultancy, training and software.
 

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