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Reliability training and & mentoring by someone who has worked as a skilled trades person and earned advancement through the reliability chain of command
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CMRP exam prep study is a tutorial designed to help reliability and maintenance professionals who desire to get certified by SMRP. If you struggle with reading books and you require illustrations to explain the M&R principles, then this tutorial is for you.
This course is designed to prepare students to take and pass the CMRT exam. The Certified Maintenance & Reliability Technician (CMRT) program is a credentialing program for the knowledge, skills and abilities of maintenance and reliability technicians.
This course is a structured approach to analyzing needs, resources, and scheduling to make the most of project management and your plants shutdown turnaround process. It is a 5-step process that has been successfully used across all industries and focuses on utilization of scheduled downtime to improve plant reliability.
Root cause is the fundamental, underlying reason for a problem. This course is designed to provide attendees with an in-depth understanding of how to analyze a system to identify the root causes of problems and eliminate them.
Learn how to effectively plan and schedule maintenance work. You will also learn how to structure your maintenance organization to allow for planners/schedulers to be introduced successfully to a reactive maintenance environment. You will learn the correct process for work management from the initial work order to job execution and understand the roles and responsibilities of planner/schedulers. You will learn how to rank, and prioritize maintenance work, and determine the key performance indicators you will need to track your planning and scheduling process.
Learn the importance of the administration of inventory, maintenance, reliability, and supply processes to understand, identify and apply systemically modern management practices suggested or required by the models proposed in the different ISO standards. You will learn the importance of spare-parts stock in asset intensive industries, or any other industry where unavailability has a significant production loss risk. You will learn practices and methods to reduce the great quantity of unused items in stock and identify the financial perspectives that pretend to decrease the value of spare-parts in stock. Know that spare-parts inventory management is based on the risk and reliability aligned methodology that goes beyond determining restock parameters and mathematical models.
Maintenance & reliability management skills teaches supervisors how to lead a world-class maintenance department using planning and scheduling best practices to drive work execution, and motivational and time-management techniques to improve maintenance worker productivity. The result is improved staff motivation, lower employee turnover, increased output, and reduced waste of resources.
Engage in process improvement initiatives, discover the tools necessary to develop, implement and sustain world-class maintenance and reliability programs. Learn how to build the foundation of reliability to set the stage for process improvement initiatives and reduce maintenance costs with proven and sustainable reliability tools.
Learn to assess existing PM programs. It is not unusual to find that 40-60% of the PM tasks add no value. These procedures are either not technically feasible or worth doing, or both. Many maintenance groups believe they lack adequate staffing, yet they spend way too much time performing work that does not add value or address the likely failure modes. It is not uncommon to find the operations function adding to the troubles by requesting additional PM procedures when a failure occurs over understanding the root cause and adjusting the PM program accordingly if required. Learn the challenges for maintenance organizations to define the likely failure modes and properly optimize their PM program, only doing the right maintenance work at the right time and in the right way.
From fundamental skills to engineering, this training programs is designed to provide on-demand learning for occupational pathways. Choose from a wide range of quality skilled trades training programs or work.
This course will satisfy OSHA requirements for training of qualified personnel.
A qualified person is defined as one who has the skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of the electrical equipment and installations and has received safety training to recognize and avoid the electrical hazards that might be present with respect to that equipment or work method. This person must receive additional training and demonstrates proficiency in working on exposed energized equipment, recognizing the hazards associated with the task or job, and taking precautions needed to prevent injury or death.
Learn how to be an organization that supports and develops transformational leadership at all levels. You will learn the value of the full range leadership model and how to implement it in your organization to achieve this objective. Over the last decade, the full range model has become the most researched model in the leadership literature―and the most validated―and has been proven to be an accurate guide for developing exemplary leadership in diverse cultures, organizations, and leadership positions.
Machinery Lubrication Analyst Level 1 (MLA I) provides the student with a base on the best practices associated with lubrication. It will provide product and terminology knowledge. You will learn proven processes for selecting, storing, cleaning, applying, and testing lubricants to deliver a proactive reliability maintenance program. The techniques taught will help you decrease maintenance debt and costs and to gain a basic understanding of lubrication analysis and how it will assist you in making the right reliability decisions. This course is aligned with the International Council for Machinery Lubrication’s body of knowledge and the MLT I certification.
Machinery Lubrication Technician Level 1 (MLT I) provides the student with a base on the best practices associated with lubrication. It will provide product and terminology knowledge. You will learn proven processes for selecting, storing, cleaning, applying, and testing lubricants to deliver a proactive reliability maintenance program. The techniques taught will help you decrease maintenance debt and costs and to gain a basic understanding of lubrication analysis and how it will assist you in making the right reliability decisions. This course is aligned with the International Council for Machinery Lubrication’s body of knowledge and the MLT I certification.
Machinery Lubrication Technician Level II (MLT II) is a deeper dive into advanced lubrication subjects and will give the student the means to make far-reaching proactive reliability improvements that will stop equipment failures and deliver on achieving equipment design life. You will learn to save on time, money, training, and storage and handling of your equipment’s life’s blood. This course is aligned with the International Council for Machinery Lubrication’s body of knowledge and the MLT II certification.
Machinery Lubrication Engineer (MLE) provides students with an all-inclusive approach to the development, implementation, and management of a proactive reliability maintenance approach. The student will learn to defeat any strategic challenge to proactive reliability and will provide effective leadership in lubrication design.
This course is structured to help companies fulfill requirements outlined in OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart S Electrical and NFPA 70E® “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace,” which requires instructor-led training for anyone working with electrically energized equipment. As of September 2023, this seminar includes the changes in the 2024 version of 70E®.
Overall, this program is designed to reduce liability for the employer while establishing a culture of safe work practices among employees; it is a key component of any electrical training program.
Imparts specific tools and skills to identify and redesign ineffective patterns of thought, freeing people to be creative, flexible, resilient, and change-able. Participants will learn to alter their destiny by altering their thoughts, shift from victim thinking to ownership, use specific tools to rescript mental habits and demonstrate confidence and creative problem-solving in facing adversity and setbacks.
Understand the competition of your top team and its current effectiveness (current state) and design the skills necessary to lead your organization into the next century (future state). An effective executive leadership team is also one that continuously works on its performance and constantly improves. Team members regularly reflect on their work and openly identify areas for improvement. This enables the team to keep getting better and to be successful in the long run.
This course encompasses leadership style, ownership spirit, and top management team composition and effectiveness into one holistic program to drive your organization forward. Combining these three courses will give you a complete picture of your top team’s composition, effectiveness, leadership style, and current owner/victim status. This will enable you to develop a more agile team with a vision focused on the organization’s future.
Imagine if every member of your team had the same skills and abilities.
Training is a key element to reduce unscheduled downtime and drive down maintenance costs.
Couple that with a dedicated team to deliver results.
A foundational element to success is a skilled and knowledgeable workforce.
Developing your team’s confidence and abilities is an investment worth making. To accomplish this, you need a trainer that is also a skilled trades person
You do not need a trainer with good theory.
You need a job skill you can put to work.
At TPS, our trainers have done what you need your team to do. They understand the skills required to deliver on reliability.
TPS has already trained thousands of journeyman skilled trades people.
TPS cannot wait to work alongside you and your team.