Date Venue Fee
18 Nov - 22 Nov 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
21 Apr - 25 Apr 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
02 Jun - 06 Jun 2025 London - UK $ 5,950 Register Now
About the Course

The Certificate in Advanced Maintenance Management explicitly aims to develop delegate talents in the latest technologies and organisational strategies of workplace maintenance processes. The main aim is to deliver fundamental knowledge and a comprehensive set of skills to produce professionals capable of transforming an organisation’s maintenance culture and strategy. It addresses the significant need for technicians, managers, and leaders in maintenance management who can plan the care of long-life, high-value assets for availability and maximum performance.

Current organisations are turning away from the reactive approach maintenance and implementing predictive and preventive (anticipate and fix before it breaks) as necessary steps to extend the life cycle approach of assets in Maintenance Management. This progression requires carefully planned action steps on several fronts. It will provide excellent chances to optimise the performance of all assets and maintenance activities to achieve top performance and optimal Return on Investment (ROI) by reducing waste fraud and abuse. In addition, it will reduce expenses and downtime by improving quality standards and production output.

It will provide the delegates with the techniques to develop strategy-based maintenance frameworks suitable for any industrial scenario. It is also highly relevant to professionals currently working in the industry who are keen to extend their qualifications and knowledge in maintenance management alongside individuals with other experiences who possess considerable relevant industry experience. The goal of the maintenance department is to “prevent” assets from failing prematurely and increase readiness and consistency. 

Core Objectives

The delegates will achieve the following objectives:

  • Know the evolution/history of maintenance management
  • Understand the purpose of advanced maintenance management
  • Understand how organisations Solve Maintenance Issues
  • Improve Consistency and Reliability of Maintenance
  • Acquire knowledge of the connection between maintenance and safety
  • Optimise maintenance strategies with continuous improvement
  • Improve productivity through the use of correct maintenance tools
Training Approach

This training course will consist of presentations with interactive exercises supported by lecture presentations, video material, and applicable group case studies, including personal and professional experiences. The delegates will be persuaded and motivated to actively participate in group conversations while continuously being asked open-ended questions related to the subject matter and the applicability of information to meet workplace demands. 

The Attendees

This training course will be of great use to almost anyone as the skills covered are valuable for understanding the life cycle of an asset and how it impacts maintenance management.

It is suitable for a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:

  • Reliability and Quality Systems Engineers
  • Safety and Integrity Professionals
  • Maintenance Technicians, Managers, Supervisors, and Superintendents
  • Operational Professionals who are interested in Maintenance Management
  • Other Professionals Involved in Continuous Process Improvement
Daily Discussion

DAY ONE: INTRODUCTION TO MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

  • The Evolution of Maintenance Management
  • The Difference Between Maintenance and Assets
  • Best Maintenance Practices Over Time
  • Measure Overall Maintenance Management Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)
  • The Integration Process of Maintenance Management and Safety
  • Constant Changes in the Field of Maintenance Management
  • Maintenance Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

DAY TWO: IMPLEMENTATION OF MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT

  • Objectives of Maintenance Management
  • Asset Management and Maintenance Life Cycle
  • General Maintenance Management Challenges
  • Normal Responsibilities of a Maintenance Manager
  • Maintenance Logistics Planning
  • Risk Identification and Maintenance Management
  • Adapt Maintenance Requirements to New Changes

DAY THREE: CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT METHODS IN MAINTENANCE

  • Connection between Maintenance and Production
  • Different Types of Maintenance
  • Current Changes in the Maintenance Environment
  • New Methods Are Not Always the Best Solution
  • TQM/TQL and 5s Approach to Maintenance Management
  • Efficient Troubleshooting and Problem Solving
  • Continuous Improvement in Maintenance Management

DAY FOUR: EFFECTIVENESS OF MANAGEMENT MAINTENANCE PROGRAM

  • Common Maintenance Strategies
  • Application of the Best Failure Management Tool
  • Understand the most Common Failures Management Strategies
  • Understand Failure Modes and Consequences
  • Create and Include a Corrective Action Plan
  • Execute an Emergency and Preventive Maintenance Plan
  • Implementation of Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FEMA)

DAY FIVE: MAINTENANCE SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT 

  • Innovation and Creativity when Troubleshooting and Problem-solving
  • How Logistics Compliments the Outcome of Maintenance Management
  • How to Implement Olans, Schedules, Reports, and Available Resources
  • Conducting Safety Inspections and Audits
  • Develop Emergency Response Plans For Different Scenarios
  • Most Safety Myths in Maintenance Management Exposed
  • Understand the Concept of “Birth to Grave” in Logistics Terms
Course Enquiry
  • Durations 5 Days
  • Language English

A XCalibre Professional Development Certification will be given to the delegates upon successful completion of this training course.