Engineering - Maintenance Planning and Scheduling  

The main objective of this course is to provide candidates with an in-depth knowledge of scheduling and maintenance procedures. A brief overview will be given of current Maintenance Management software and its uses and applications.

Course Overview

  • Course Details         

  • Instructor Led Training
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Workshop size: 25 participants
  • Delivery: Classroom or Online


Course Objectives

  • To gain a detailed understanding of the planning and scheduling of Power Plants. 

Training Techniques 

  • A variety of training techniques will be used including:
  • Experiential learning
  • Case studies
  • Group learning and discussion
  • Individual challenges
  • Training videos

Here is what we will cover in
this course

Maintenance Definitions

-Breakdown Maintenance
-Predictive Maintenance
-Preventative and Scheduled Maintenance
-Predictive Maintenance
-Use of Condition Monitoring
-Determining Maintenance Schedules based on Condition Monitoring
-Preventative Maintenance
-Maintenance Scheduling
-Advantages of Preventative Maintenance

Maintenance Planning

Planning Methods for Outages
  Critical Path Method (CPM)
Practical CPM Applications and Examples
  Maintenance Reporting and Performance Measurement
  Maintenance Reporting
 Indices for Performance Measurement
The basics of Graphic Presentations

Maintenance Management (MM) Software

Uses of MM Software 
Modern MM Systems  
Case Studies  
Examples of appropriate and inappropriate scheduling/planning 
Course Review

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