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- Gary Emery
Developed and authorized by the Plant Engineering & Maintenance Association of Canada, the Maintenance Management Professional Certificate Program consists of eight modules. Modules are structured to progressively help participants understand and embrace the various concepts necessary to be effective as a maintenance and physical asset management professional.
The program is designed for individuals aspiring to management positions, those already in maintenance management and looking for formal training, as well as for individuals seeking full maintenance designation (MMP, Maintenance Management Professional) or focused training in selected areas.
The MMP certificate program is comprised of the following eight modules. While not mandatory, it is recommended that the modules be taken and completed in the following sequence:
Module 1: An Integrated Strategy for Maintenance Management (CNT 631N)
Module 2: Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager (CNT 632N)
Module 3: Human Resources Management for the Maintenance Manager (CNT 633N)
Module 4: Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager (CNT 634N)
Module 5: Developing & Implementing Maintenance Tactics (CNT 635N)
Module 6: Maintenance Work Management (CNT 636N)
Module 7: Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CNT 637N)
Module 8: Capstone Project (CNT 638N)
MODULE 5 – DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING MAINTENANCE TACTICS
Module 5 focuses on maintenance efforts to ensure that physical assets safely, capably, reliably and repeatedly perform to their designed specifications. The focus is on techniques to develop maintenance tactics that will address how the assets are used, how they are likely to fail, the consequence of failure, and identifying maintenance tactics that are both feasible and worth doing. After developing tactics, the module will focus on how tactics need to be implemented and their effectiveness tracked.
- Understanding the “Operating Context”
- Defining Asset Function and Functional Failures
- Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, FMEA
- Understanding consequences and the application of the RCM
- Decision Diagram
- Maintenance task identification
- Planning maintenance tasks
- Implementing Preventive Maintenance
- Introducing Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) into the maintenance equation
Recommended Pre-requisites: Module 1. 10 weeks, 30 hours. $620.00 ($580.00 tuition + $40.00 materials.)
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