Maintenance excellence 2017 course information
Skills 4 work has two courses early this year for upskilling in areas of maintenance. The courses are led by Rob Probst, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California at Berkeley. He is a Certified Reliability and Maintenance Professional (CMRP) by American body SRMP.
Probst has facilitated production improvements at 29 manufacturing plants during his engineering, management and consulting career in New Zealand, Australia and the USA. He initiated a maintenance excellence ant TPM improvement programme at Fonterra’s Edgecumbe site that achieved World Class recognition by IDCON Inc.
He has held positions as engineering/maintenance manager at Fonterra, Norske Skog Tasman and CHH. He has presented papers on TPM and maintenance improvement at conferences in New Zealand, Australia and the USA.
PLANNING AND SCHEDULING FOR PLANNERS – 4-DAY COURSE
One of the simplest ways to i mprove maintenance productivity i s to make i mprovement to work management. Few planners receive more than rudimentary on- the- j ob training to carry out one of the most i mportant roles within maintenance.
This course gives new skill to planners and schedulers, teach how work management i s carried out i n world- class organisations.
This course is designed for existing planners, schedulers and co- ordinators and staff moving into a planning role. It leads to Unit Standard 26566: Demonstrate and apply knowledge of planning and scheduling mechanical engineering maintenance work in the context of BCM.
Course dates are March 14-17 and June 13-16 ( Auckland).
MAINTENANCE AND RELIABILITY - 4-DAY COURSE
This course teaches how to progress your maintenance from traditional and in many cases inefficient, reactive and preventative methods by adopting more advanced techniques.
Learn how to analyse equipment and plant data, then put in place the most effective maintenance routines to adopt a more pro-active approach to maintenance.
This course is designed for maintenance technicians (electrical or mechanical), team leaders and supervisors.
It leads to Unit Standard 26565: Demonstrate and apply knowledge of maintenance and reliability of mechanical engineering plant.
Course date is April 4-7 ( Auckland).
Cost for both is $1995 + gst. REGISTER AT WWW.SKILLS4WORK.ORG.NZ OR PHONE 0800 275 455