For each of the 4 Essential Elements we offer online training that teaches your team the essential topic knowledge as well as implement these practices in an organisation. After all, without implementation there is no return on investment.
Each course will be highly practical, focus on implementation, and provide participants all the tools and templates required to implement what is learned in practice.
Our online, on-demand training courses consist of pre-recorded video presentations. Students are supported via the online community and have access to scheduled Office Hours (bi-weekly live Q&A calls).
We are working on getting our courses translated (subtitles and voiceovers) into Spanish, Portuguese, French, Arabic, Chinese, German, and Russian.
The Implementing Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Course (PS100) provides you not only with the knowledge and understanding of how planning & scheduling should work in an industrial environment, but also how to implement it.
Throughout the course, we help you to understand how planning & scheduling will add value to your business. And we teach you how to implement planning & scheduling using a proven framework that combines both project management and change management principles.
The PS200 Maintenance Planning & Scheduling Course provides you with the knowledge and understanding of how planning & scheduling should work in an industrial environment and how it adds value.
This course is the same as the PS100 course, but excludes the module on implementation and therefore does not grant access to the implementation framework, tools and templates.
The Maintenance Planning & Scheduling for Managers Course (PS300) is a condensed version of the PS100 course.
This course consists of 16 video lessons that tackle all the key concepts around maintenance planning & scheduling that a manager needs to understand so he/she can effectively lead an implementation and/or drive continuous improvement.
The Maintenance Planning & Scheduling for the Frontline Course (PS400) is a condensed version of the PS200 course.
This course consists of 15 video lessons that tackle everything a frontline operator or maintenance technician needs to know and understand about maintenance planning & scheduling to effectively support the process and execute their role in it.
This course focusses on the principles and practices that you need to apply when developing or improving your Preventive Maintenance Program so you can achieve higher reliability and availability whilst doing less maintenance.
Experience has shown that between 40% – 60% of the PM tasks in a PM program add little value. Poor PM programs waste time and money, do not effectively address failures, and drive our organisations into a reactive, fire-fighting culture. This course will teach you how to identify those non-value-adding PMs and either improve them or eliminate them.
This course will be a condensed version of the PM100 course and is aimed at arming maintenance managers, superintendents and supervisors with everything they need to know about preventive maintenance.
With this course you will be able to effectively manage, challenge and support your team in in developing an optimal PM program for your plant. Less work, lower costs, higher reliability.
This course will be a condensed version of the PM100 course aimed maintenance technicians and plant operators.
With this course under their belt your technicians and operators will massively accelerate the speed by which you can improve your PM program, because they finally understand the reliability principles that underpin a PM program and can contribute effectively.
Learn the powerful principles of Defect Elimination and Root Cause Analysis and how both are essential on your journey higher reliability.
Students will be introduced to a range of Root Cause Analysis techniques from 5-Why to advanced practices like Apollo RCA. The course explains the requirements to develop and implement an effective Defect Elimination process in their organisation and how to tie the two different approaches together.
The DE200 Defect Elimination & Root Cause Analysis course provides students with the required knowledge and understanding of defect elimination and root cause analysis.
This course is the same as the DE100 course, but excludes the module on implementation and therefore does not grant access to the implementation framework, tools, and templates.
The Defect Elimination & Root Cause Analysis for Managers Course (DE300) is a condensed version of the DE100 course aimed at maintenance managers.
The course consists of 12 video lessons that tackle all the key concepts around defect elimination and root cause analysis that a manager needs to understand so he/she can effectively manage the process and drive continuous improvement.
The Defect Elimination & Root Cause Analysis for the Frontline Course (DE400) is a condensed version of the DE100 course aimed at maintenance technicians and plant operators.
The course consists of 10 video lessons that tackle all the key concepts around defect elimination and root cause analysis that frontline staff need to understand so they can effectively participate in the defect elimination process and root cause analysis workshops.
Aimed at maintenance managers with a strong technical background, The Leading Maintenance & Reliability Improvement course (LC100) teaches these leaders how to develop, sell and implement maintenance improvement programs that deliver sustainable results.
The course builds on the technical knowledge gained in the Maintenance Planning & Scheduling, Preventive Maintenance, and Defect Elimination courses offered by the Road to Reliability™ Academy or equivalent prior knowledge.