AM Intensive session
Sessions 1 + 2 + 3
Enduring Management Strategies
Lasting strategies for optimal asset management
The participant will go beyond the simple theory, to apply the lessons learned to his own context of operation, through workshops especially designed to self appropriate the fundamental principles;
- to design a Performance-Centered Asset Management (P-CAM) process,
- to set up a preventive maintenance process,
- to implement a predictive maintenance program,
- to develop a culture focused on Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM),
- to reach the right and sufficient level of detail for efficient analyzes,
- to directly link the information systems to the Reliability-Centered Maintenance analyzes,
- to understand the pitfalls to avoid in order to mobilize and engage people in the process,
- to understand the type of leadership required for success,
- to develop an inspirational vision align with the corporate values,
- to implement processes and tools to mobilize the workforce towards a common goal,
- to establish a corporate culture ensuring the optimal use of assets,
- to follow up and ensure the sustainability of the process,
- and most importantly; to avoid drowning in trivial details.
This training is for people involved or having an interest in the management of physical assets, operational excellence or maintenance engineering, and looking for a new perspective.
Public: Managers, engineers, technicians, planners, analysts, maintainers, operators and professionals involved in asset management.
Objectives: Gain the Basics of the Performance-Centered Asset Management (P-CAM) process to build a sustainable asset management protocol, optimize the strategies and maximize the business performance
- Define asset management, maintenance and related concepts
- Design a Performance-Centered Asset Management (P-CAM) process
- Set up a preventive maintenance process
- Implement a predictive maintenance program
- Define dependability (RAMS), reliability and related concepts
- Define Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM), role, objectives and related concepts
- Define Total Productive Maintenance (TPM), role, objectives and related concepts
- Develop an optimal and sustainable maintenance plan from the RCM analysis
- Implement a corporate culture ensuring optimal use of assets
- Follow up and ensure the sustainability of the process
Methodology: Through presentations, workshops promoting exchange and analytical exercises, the participant becomes familiar with the fundamental concepts, so that he can lay the foundations for a sustainable Performance-Centered Asset Management process.
- Presentations and exchanges (60%), analysis exercises (40%)
Outcome: The participant has the ability to create a personalized P-CAM protocol. He acquires the fundamental knowledge and tools to become a Performance-Centered Asset Management leader, through Reliability-Centered Maintenance, Total Productive Maintenance and applying the Global Sustainability principles; People – Planet – Profit.
Team building: The mixed groups made up of several trades, professions and hierarchical levels create a unifying dynamic where each one understands his role within the whole. The common knowledge base combined with the workshops create a synergy between the participants. This opens up new channels of communication and restores those which are dry, even conflicting.
Duration: 5 days* (35 hours) – also available in 6 days (42 hours) session, strongly recommended to allow more time for workshops and discussions
* Unless individual sessions 1, 2 or 3 have been taken prior, in which case Contact us to learn more about flexibility into the training.
Content: This training session includes;
- 1 enthusiastic and passionate trainer who knows how to popularize to really transmit knowledge, tools, concepts and above all, know-how
- 30 lectures, each followed by a quiz to assess the knowledge learned and stimulate thinking
- 14 workshops, where the participant puts into practice the knowledge acquired in his own operational context
- 1 participant manual, including the full presentation, the P-CAM process, workshops, lists of failure modes, causes, remedies, detection methods and associated maintenance activities, definitions and references used
- 1 asset classification tool, with standardized generic codes
- 1 skills mapping tool (matrix)
- 1 insurance spares optimizing tool (strategic parts)
- 1 Reliability-Centered Maintenance analysis tool, with standardized generic codes (programmed template)
- 1 complete toolbox containing methods of continuous improvement, targeting, failure analysis and causes analysis
- 1 nominative certificate of participation
Quality assurance: Training evaluation form to be completed and returned after the session, to receive the certificate of participation.
Terms: The training session is provided on your site or remotely. The dates are reserved by mutual agreement at least 4 weeks in advance (5/6 days consecutive or not, depending on the dates agreed).
For on-site training, a room of sufficient capacity to accommodate all participants and the trainer must be made available for the duration of the training. This room must be equipped with a board and the material necessary for its use (chalk/pencils and erasing brush), as well as a projector/presentation screen compatible with a laptop computer.
Remote training sessions require the use of a high speed internet connection and a computer with microphone, speakers and camera.
Group rate: €18,975 (6 days session €22,770) excluding taxes for a group of up to 16 participants (add travel costs for on-site training).
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to reserve dates.
Individual rate: €4,790 excluding taxes to participate in a public remote training session.
Schedules of public remote training sessions:
Trainer : Pascal CLEMENT, CRL, CRE, CMRP
- Context and definitions
- Roles and responsibilities
- Types of maintenance
- P-CAM Process
- Assets classification and prioritization
- Planning and scheduling
- Implementation of a preventive maintenance process
- Organization of a predictive maintenance program
- Computerized maintenance management system (CMMS)
- Outsourcing of maintenance
Process monitoring and improvement (10%)
- Part Replacement Period
- Maintenance costs
- Ratios and performance indicators
- Context and definitions
- Dependability (RAMS)
- Operational indicators
- Method’s objectives
- RCM process and implementation
- Assets functional analysis
- RCM analysis and maintenance plan
- Analysis vs failure reports
Total Productive Maintenance (20%)
- The concept and the method
- The five principles and eight pillars
- Implementation and P-CAM process
- Change management
- Rates, indicators and levers
- Improvement methods and tools