10 Module Industrial Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training for High Reliability and World Class Maintenance Work Performance
Get Your Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Certificate by completing 6 Maintenance Planning Training Modules and 4 Maintenance Scheduling Modules in this outstandingly useful and informative Industrial Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course by Distance Education
In this maintenance planning training course by online distance education you learn to improve maintenance job quality, lift operating and maintenance performance, deliver high equipment reliability and greater plant availability through using world class maintenance planning and scheduling skills.
"Helping you to become expert and build a successful maintenance career."
Hello and welcome,
Whether you are new into maintenance planning and scheduling (MPS), or you have been doing maintenance planning and scheduling for a while, this online maintenance planning training and maintenance scheduling training course adds real value to your maintenance career and income earning potential.
Start today and boost your planning skills and career with training in best maintenance planning and scheduling practices and methods. Learn the secrets of highly successful maintenance planning and scheduling. The course improves your career prospects with valuable content you'll use at work, gives you new and highly useful planning and scheduling tools, and gets you doing hands-on, practical exercises that help you to become a top class maintenance planner and scheduler. You'll surprise your managers and supervisors with the knowledge and insights you bring from the maintenance planning training and scheduling course and how much difference they make to your job performance and results.
Graduate Student Testimonials for the Lifetime Reliability Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course
Peter Thompson's Testimonial on the online Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Course:
"Thanks Mike, I must say I am really proud of this achievement (He got a First Class Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Certificate). Although I have been at Hitachi for nearly seventeen years my background was in the parts area. Reman pumps was started five years ago to service our excavators in the mining industry.
Three years ago Hitachi could really see the value in Reman pumps and motors, so hired a full time manager purely to see Reman nurtured to its potential. I donít know what this manager saw in me, but he convinced me to come on board as the only non trades person at Reman to organise stores, paint and package units, control core returns and slowly develop a system to run the Reman operations. At that stage we were producing about thirty units a month. Three years later we are now producing 130 units a month. With further expansion of Reman underway at the moment, we will ramp-up production gradually to produce 500 units per month within the next two years (as I say one hell of an expansion happening).
So, long story short, the manager had the basics in place but knew we needed to improve on all our processes, procedures, safety, training, stores holding, available resources and improved subcontract work. This is where I come back in, Reman needed a component planner and scheduler. I applied, the manager gave me the position and set me to task, but 12 months in I needed to understand more about the when, where and why of planning and scheduling to achieve our goal. So I started your online planning and scheduling course.
Each time I learnt something new from you I would implement it or suggest we change something for the better. Once the boss got suspicious about what I was doing and he started making sense of what I was changing, I finally told him about you and and the course (sometime into Module 3 I think) So finally, we needed to improve all our processes and procedures, as well as manage job time to a greater level. We are achieving this. We have put into place a parts system to ensure jobs will be built on schedule; better communication with the boys on the shop floor (I run a daily Production meeting) and our jobs status has a more visual impact than ever before. We will constantly continue to improve and evolve.
A by product from working with you is the improvement in my IT skills. Whoíd a thought it at 55 YO. Thanks again Mike for everything youíve done. Will be happily recommending LIFETIME RELIABILITY SOLUTIONS."
Peter Thompson, Reman Pumps, Australia
Justine Boampong's Testimonial for the online Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Course:
I am so grateful to you for my successful completion of this maintenance planning course. It has really improved my understanding of my job requirements. I started this course just after I was given a maintenance planner position. I just had the basics of planning and scheduling. Going through each module and completing each assignment was both challenging and interesting.
Now I know that with accurate planning and on-time scheduling, my crew can perform maintenance tasks safely and greatly improve the equipment availability and reliability.
Thank you so much for your patience and knowledge imparted to me."
Justine Boampong, Golden Star Resources, Ghana, Africa
Doug Collier's Testimonial for the online Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Course:
I have found the course content interesting, particularly when I was able to apply the concepts and processes in my work as an Asset Management Technical Officer.
The competencies I have gained from the course are already helping to improve the quality of our routine maintenance planning.
We are also developing better prepared work packs for our refurbishment and enhancement projects. Feed back from our project managers and supervisors is positive."
Doug Collier, Irrigation & Drainage Asset Management, Sunwater Ltd, Australia
The online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling (MPS) for Reliability training course contains 10 PowerPoint modules with audio presentations that you listen to and a course book with assignments that you complete. You complete the assignments in each module and pass them to your Tutor. Your Tutor helps you learn the best practices of maintenance planning and scheduling and aids you to pass the maintenance planning training course certificate requirements.
This course is mandatory introduction to Maintenance Planning training at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, Canada
On Tuesday, 19 March 2013, a first intake of ten (10) maintenance planners began their maintenance planner training using this distance education online maintenance planning course. All maintenance planning and scheduling training must be completed successfully by every maintenance planner at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP) as part of their maintenance career development.
The Outcome that HSPP Want for Their Business
Here is what the maintenance planning training course controller at HSPP said,...
"This course is focused on how maintenance planners can provide value added service to their employers."
"The course teaches planners to improve reliability, and understanding how this is done."
"A common knowledge base of how to improve reliability from a planning and scheduling perspective will help to turn our culture from a 'firefighting' to 'Proactive' maintenance philosophy."
"We donít just fix it, we make it better!"
Used world wide as introductory maintenance planner training. These companies have put all planners into this MPS course.
- Sabodala Gold Operations, Africa
- Golden Star (Bogoso/Prestea) Limited (GSBPL), Africa
- Howe Sound Pulp and Paper (HSPP), Canada
- Southern Cross University (SCU), Australia
You can read about the contents of each maintenance planning course module and each maintenance scheduling course module at the Online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Store.
The maintenance planning training portion of the course covers the vital skills and important insights a Maintenance Planner needs in order to plan, prepare and deliver world class maintenance and reliability results. In the maintenance scheduling training modules you learn how a Maintenance Scheduler properly organises and coordinates maintenance work so it runs to schedule. You get best practice knowledge and sound understanding as you learn the important details of industrial maintenance planning and scheduling in this maintenance planning training course.
Our students' experience is that the maintenance planning and scheduling training course by online distance education is a great way to do maintenance planning and scheduling training. You do activities where you can use your new knowledge and skills straight away in the workplace.
Here are more testimonials for students about the online maintenance planning and scheduling training course:
- From a mature aged Maintenance Fitter wanting Maintenance Planning training:
“With all the kids grown it gives me more time to work on the assignments. I am enjoying the challenge immensely.”
- From a Maintenance Planner working at a Maintenance Contractor:
“I have worked through Module 1. I love the content. I look forward to doing this course.”
- From another experienced Maintenance Planner who wants a recognised Industrial Maintenance Planning certificate:
“Thank you, I found the module excellent. I am also watching the Youtube video links on your website. I will purchase the second module soon.”
- From a Maintenance Planner who completed the online maintenance planning course:
“I'd just like to say that I have enjoyed the course and it has definitely shown me how proper planning and scheduling of tasks can greatly enhance the final outcome of the work being performed.”
- This comes from an African student in the maintenance planning role:
“I just completed Module 4. Let me comment on the Unit. It is very nice in terms of the content of the material. I went through Job Plan Process, then Work Standard required as per OEM, and finally Risk Treatment at our workplace and the job which we are doing. Prior to this module I didnít know that Planners are key players in safety, but through this module I learnt that you canít plan any job without putting first priority in Safety.”
- Here are comments from a young technician wanting a maintenance planning career:
“Thank you very much, yes I enjoy the course and find it very good. It relates very well to my work and it is great content.”
- A comment from a young woman new to the maintenance planning role:
“Once again thank you and I look forward to starting the next module. I am finding the course very interesting and it will certainly help with my role here at MG.”
- The learning you gain from the maintenance planning training can be put to immediate use. This comment from a woman made responsible for maintenance planning:
“This assignment has become extremely beneficial for my department, as previously there was nothing at all in place and nothing in the system. Now we are using this spreadsheet on a daily basis, and stocking parts into our store etc. It is great.”
- From one of the first African students on the maintenance planning course:
“Thanks a lot, the material you are teaching makes me change daily. Not only that, but you teach me to be innovative rather than complaining. You are making my life easier than before.”
- This Canadian industrial operation wants to make the online maintenance planning course standard in their company:
“I will be giving a presentation to our Superintendent/Manager group in about two weeks with the intention of introducing completion of your on-line Maintenance Planning and Scheduling course as a mandatory qualification for our Maintenance Planners.”
Change your career for the better and increase your income by enrolling in this world class maintenance planning training and scheduling training course. Do this 10 module coached industrial maintenance planning and scheduling training and expand your maintenance career options.
The course materials comply to the appropriate Australian National Training Information Service (NTIS) units related to maintenance planning. Read more details about the maintenance planning and scheduling course content and assessment by downloading the PDF flyers and brochures below.
6 Module Online Maintenance Planning Training Course Learning Plan
4 Module Online Maintenance Scheduling Training Course Learning Plan
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Content and Assessment
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course Final Assessment Explained
Students doing the course come from many companies and countries around the world, including:
Make a Great Investment in Your Future and become a Student in this World Class Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course
Each of the 10 modules cost AUD$100, and the complete course costs AUD$1,000 per student, including the final review of one example of a full and thorough maintenance work pack. A set of draft maintenance procedures and the course workbook are provided in the first module download.
Each maintenance planning and scheduling training module is purchased online one-at-a-time when you need it. Following the purchase you receive an automated email with a link to download the module over the Web. Downloaded modules range in size from 450MB to 200MB zipped files. The large file size is due to the audio content in each PowerPoint presentation slide.
You will need a fast Broadband Internet connection and stable transmission. You may need to arrange for someone else to download the Modules for you and then have them sent to you on a CD or USB drive. We provide only online downloads of the maintenance planning and scheduling training course PowerPoint slides (with audio) and the associated documented materials.
If it is easier for your company to process a single payment for the entire course, rather than handle ten separate payments you can buy the entire course at once. We will however only send you one module at a time following the successful completion of each module.
How to Start Your the Maintenance Planning and
Scheduling for Reliability Training Course
You register for the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course by sending an email to us requesting registration. Get our email address from the Contact Us Page.
We confirm your enrolment by return email plus we send you details about your Tutor so you can begin your maintenance planning training immediately.
Once you are registered you buy Maintenance Planning Training Module 1 at the online store and download it. You complete the first of the maintenance planning and scheduling training modules and send the assignments to your Tutor.
You do each maintenance planning and scheduling training module one at a time, including its assignments, until each module is complete. As you do a module you send the assignments to your Tutor who reviews the submission and gives you feedback and advice on how to complete them well. Once you pass each module's assignments you then purchase the next module and continue with learning more best practice maintenance planning and scheduling training. After you complete all 10 modules you provide us with copies of two original work orders for review as evidence of applying the course content prior to receiving your maintenance planning and scheduling certificate.
If you have any questions about the online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course please Contact Us by sending an email.
How to quickly complete the Maintenance Planning and
Scheduling for Reliability Training Course
You do the course at your own pace; one module at a time. Past students have completed the tutored online maintenance planning and scheduling course within eight (8) months. The usual time to complete the maintenance planning training course by distance education is twelve (12) months.
Our recommendation is to complete the course within 10-12 months of starting it. The way to get through the course most quickly is to set aside a 3-4 hour period every week to work through each maintenance planning and scheduing training module. Pick the best part of the day for you to concentrate and start viewing the PowerPoint slides and listening to the audio. Do the assignments once the slide presentation ends. Send your Tutor each assignment once you are done. During the following week your Tutor will give you feedback on the assignment. If you need to make changes do so in your next scheduled training session and resubmit your work. Then start on the next module in your maintenance planning and scheduling training course until you complete them all.
From the very first module they study, Students discover better maintenance planning solutions and start using better maintenance planning practices. The maintenance planning and scheduling training course gets great support from managers and supervisor as they soon see the benefits that their student's new knowledge and education brings to the company.
Doing maintenance planning and scheduling training by distance education provides powerful benefits not available in class-based training courses. You have time to think, investigate and understand the key concepts taught in the course. You also have a dedicated Tutor helping you on a one-on-one basis who aids you to learn all that you need to know about world class maintenance planning and scheduling best practices.
Our Students find that learning maintenance planning with an expert personal coach is the best way to master maintenance planning and scheduling training. You learn the right things to do and how to do them in the right way. You practice what you learn and see your maintenance planning skills and knowledge growing. You will see the planning and scheduling training improve your maintenance crew work quality and job performance. With your best practice maintenance planning and maintenance scheduling know-how you will help your crew get highly reliable plant and equipment.
You can communicate with us and your Tutor by whatever means works best for the situation—email, Facebook, fax, Skype, telephone, etc. We are always available for questions and will reply to them in good time to keep you on your learning schedule.
You can also join the LRS Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Distance Course Group and network with other students.
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Course Prerequisites
and Prior Industrial Equipment Experience
Having technical qualifications is not a necessity to do the maintenance planning and scheduling course, but you will need to learn and understand some basic technical and engineering topics. Those with less technical and equipment knowledge will need to do more background reading and research than those people who have a mechanical or electrical trade or higher qualifications. What is important is to have access to manufacturers information on the machines and equipment in your operation. You will do your own research and reading on the Internet for the topics covered in the course. Your allocated Tutor can also help you by answering questions.
This maintenance planning and scheduling course incorporates best practice methods that make maintenance planning more effective. You learn to use unique risk assessment tools that help maintenance planners and schedulers correctly allocate work priorities. The course provides you with powerful work quality assurance techniques that let you write world class maintenance procedures. You learn all the leading edge job planning and job task control practices to help you keep maintenance work on-schedule and on-budget.
It is vitally important to practice the maintenance planning and scheduling concepts covered in each module. You will need support from your supervisory people and department management to spend time doing and refining what you learn in the course.
More Information on the Training Course and How You Use it
The course requires students to do ten (10) modules plus provide final evidence of applying the training. The first six (6) modules address maintenance planning and the final four (4) cover maintenance scheduling. All ten modules must be completed to pass the training course. Once all ten modules with their assignments are complete and your workplace evidence is passed you get a maintenance planning and scheduling training certificate sent to you.
Each module requires the student to view and listen to a PowerPoint presentation on the module topic. Each presentation slide has notes that also contain added description of the slide content. Students read the notes as well as view and listen to the slide. The content of a module explains a range of vital aspects for doing maintenance planning and scheduling well. The slides with their images, audio and text in the notes provide explanations, discussion and examples to teach students.
A module presentation takes an hour to two hours to view, depending on its length. When necessary you do additional research using the Internet to learn more on any content you need to better understand. The research may involve finding relevant articles and websites that address the topic of interest and reading-up on the additional information that you want to know.
Each module also requires you to do its assignments. You send completed assignment to your Tutor to review and they provide feedback to help you do the assignment successfully. Your Tutor is also there to provide advice and guidance when you request it.
We monitor each student as they progress through the course and liaise with them when necessary. We aim to help them complete the training so they can advance their career.
Industry Support and Recognition for our World Class Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course
The 10-module maintenance planning and scheduling course covers the same content as our renown Industrial Maintenance Planning and Scheduling for Reliability fundamentals training course. The Maintenance Planning and Scheduling training course is highly acclaimed throughout Australian industry and continually receives praise from companies. You can view the many favourable comments of course participants by following this link to the 3-day Maintenance Planning and Scheduling for Reliability training course webpage.
The online maintenance planning and scheduling training course is specifically focused on the needs of people doing the maintenance planning and scheduling function. The course content is selected from relevant accredited Australian National Training Information Service (NTIS) training units to ensure the maintenance planning and scheduling training you undertake meets industry training requirements. Once you complete the course you will receive a certificate of training as as evidence of completion.
When you do the distance education maintenance planning and scheduling course you will become a highly valuable maintenance planner and scheduler; it will open up new career opportunities and new career growth.
My best regards to you,
Lifetime Reliability Solutions HQ