M100 Field Maintenance Course

Through interactive, engaging training, The Add Energy Academy’s M100 Field Maintenance course will provide a foundation level of knowledge across a wide range of skills relating to maintenance and asset management

Are you looking to enhance the skills and knowledge of your workforce but don’t know how best to begin?

Well, it’s lucky you found us. Through a blended approach to learning, our M100 Field Maintenance course covers everything from the identification of the main degradation and failure mechanisms through to ‘loss elimination’ practices used by maintenance professionals. And it is launching very soon.

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To give you a flavour of what this course entails, here's a snippet from an online module recently delivered


Course library:

Asset Management
Asset Management

Relationships to international standards [ISO 55000]

Health, Safety, and the Environment
Health, Safety, and the Environment

Consequences of decisions, process and personal safety, disposal obligations [ISO 10418/ISO 45000/ISO 14000]

Identification
Identification

Root Cause, Inspection, Metallurgy, Materials and Degradation mechanisms [API 571]

Planning and Prioritization
Planning and Prioritization

Batching and campaigns. Tools and techniques, risk-assessment

Scheduling and Execution Processes
Scheduling and Execution Processes

Autonomous care, CLAIR, TPM, 5-why, operations check

Close and Feedback
Close and Feedback

Continuous improvement, problem solving, failure classes and codes [ISO 14224]

Analysis
Analysis

Back-office use of CMMS, ‘bad actors’ and performance indicators

Managing Threats and Opportunities
Managing Threats and Opportunities

Overview of risk [ISO 31000]

Risk Based Maintenance
Risk Based Maintenance

RCM, RBI and SIF, life costs, reliability data and modelling [sae JA1011]

Managing Information
Managing Information

Data collection enrichment, information and knowledge-based systems [BS/EN 13460]

Assurance
Assurance

Overview of technical auditing, use of performance measures [ISO 9000] Inspection [ISO 17020]

Managing Contractors
Managing Contractors

Outsourcing and collaboration [ISO 44001]

Managing Change
Managing Change

Projects, turnarounds, change management and MoC, Humans and equipment Configuration, Obsolescence [ISO 21500]

Who should attend this course?

This course was designed for the personnel within your organization who are first assignment maintenance professionals, discipline engineers in mechanical, electrical, civil or instrument or personnel who need an understanding of maintenance issues and techniques.

How much does the course cost?

We keep pricing available on request as we like to discuss your needs and expectations in order to deliver a unique training experience.

How many people can participate?

To ensure this course can be delivered to its full potential and to ensure your team get the best out of it, we have set the minimum number of students to 12 and maximum to 20.

The key knowledge and understanding that students will learn:

  • What the common international standards are for Maintenance practice

  • To recall standard terminology used in Maintenance and supporting activity

  • To describe continuous improvement cycles

  • To understand the requirements for planning and scheduling of work

  • To understand identification of threats and opportunities, assessment of risk, the methods (RCM, SIL, RBI), and applications in mitigating consequences of failure

  • The purpose and importance of closeout, feedback, and analysis

  • Supply Chain terminology and theory (including contractor management)

  • Change management theory and practice

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Are you interested in our M100 course for yourself or your team? Get in touch.

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The course kicks off with an online registration and induction to highlight course expectations and issue learning agreements

Online assignments are graded by our subject matter experts who issue personalized commentary for each student

Students are given 24 hours of direct, instructor led workshops covering 13 courses with a further 11 hours of instructor supported activity

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