Effective maintenance is essential for all manufacturing, production, process plants, and facilities. It is dependent upon well-trained maintenance professionals who have mastered and can apply the requisite skills, knowledge, and vision to assure that effectiveness. The Maintenance Management Certificate Program provides a comprehensive management development program for existing or aspiring maintenance management professionals, as well as others interested in effective maintenance. Consisting of six 2-day sessions, the program provides proven best-in-class processes ranging from strategy, activity-based budget, and organizational development to workforce engagement that can be directly applied in the workplace upon completion of the program. A seventh 2-day session permits specialize learnings for either industrial or facilities application. Upon completion of the 7-part program, participants will receive a Certificate of Completion from the University of Alabama College, of Continuing Studies.
- February 17 – 18, 2021 – World-Class Maintenance Management
- March 30 – 31, 2021 – Activity-Based Budgeting and Cost Management
- April 28 – 29, 2021 – Leadership and Management Skills
- May 26 – 27, 2021 – Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
- June 8 – 9, 2021 – Preventive/Predictive Maintenance
- August 10 – 11, 2021 – MRO Procurement and Inventory Management
- September 14 – 15, 2021 – Managing Industrial Plant Maintenance
- October 19 – 20, 2021 – Managing Facilities Maintenance
Who Should Attend
The program is aimed at current and aspiring maintenance managers, engineers, supervisors, planners, but is applicable to all who have a direct interest in or are effected by maintenance performance and its impact on the enterprise. While the program is maintenance-centric, the methods, standard processes, and logic is applicable for all organizational functions. This comprehensive program is applicable to all industries and facilities, as well as for single-plant or global enterprises.
What You Will Learn
|Session 1||World-Class Maintenance Management
|Session 2||Activity-Based Budget Development
|Session 3||Leadership and Management Skills
|Session 4||Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
|Session 5||Preventive/Predictive Maintenance
|Session 6||MRO Procurement and Inventory Management
|Session 7||Electives in Factory Maintenance and Building Maintenance
Session 7 permits the participants to evaluate application of the processes and techniques learned in the proceeding session for their specific need. Each participant can choose to attend a final 2-day workshop that is tailored to either manufacturing/process plants or facilities.
|Session 7a||Managing Industrial Plant Maintenance
|Session 7b||Managing Facilities Maintenance
Unique Workshop Offerings
- Program costs include parking, registration, materials, light breakfast, all day beverage break access, and lunch.
This certificate program was developed to provide a practical, best practices approach to maintenance and maintenance management. It is based on current international best practices, and the combined experience of its instructors and other subject matter experts. In addition to international standards, reference materials include:
- Covey, “The Speed of Trust”, 2006, Free Press
- Gotoh, “Equipment Planning for TPM, 1991, Productivity Press
- Mobley, “Total Plant Performance Management”, 1998, Gulf Publishing
- Mobley, “Maintenance Engineering Handbook”, 8th Ed., 2014, McGraw-Hill
- Mobley, “Computer-Managed Maintenance Systems”, 2nd Ed. Gulf Publishing
- Mobley, “Plant Engineer’s Handbook, 2001, Butterworth-Heinemann
- Mobley, “Rules of Thumb for Maintenance and Reliability Engineers, 2008, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Maintenance Fundamentals”, 2nd Ed., 2004, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Introduction to Predictive Maintenance”, 2nd Ed., 2002, Elsevier
- Mobley, “Industrial Machinery Repair”, 2003, Elsevier
- Nakajima, “Introduction to TPM, 1988, Productivity Press
- Peters, “A Passion for Excellence, 1985, Random House
- Womack, “The Machine That Changed the World, 1991, Rawson Associates
R. Keith Mobley, MBB, CMRP
R. KEITH MOBLEY is a Principal Consultant with Life Cycle Engineering. Keith has earned an international reputation as a leader in corporate transformations, reliability engineering and process optimization. He is on the advisory boards of ANSI and ISO; a Distinguished Lecturer for ASME; and recipient of the Smarro Award for outstanding contribution in engineering and reliability. Keith has 45 years of combined business, finance, engineering and consulting experience in a wide variety of industries. He has 20 years of international consulting experience and 25 years experience in corporate positions including V.P. Engineering and Manufacturing, V.P. Finance, V.P. Marketing, and Sales E.V.P. and COO. He has also served as President and CEO of a $50M international consulting, engineering services and training company specializing in corporate transformations. Keith has served on Technical Advisory Boards for the Technical Association for Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Association of Iron and Steel Engineers (AISE), Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Motorola-Juran Institute trained, he is a Master Black Belt with hundreds of successful projects and 20 years of direct Lean-Six Sigma application. He is also certified by PROSCI in change management. Mobley is the author of 22 textbooks including: Total Plant Performance Management, Plant Engineer’s Handbook, Maintenance Engineering Handbook, Rules of Thumb for Reliability Engineers, Introduction to Predictive Maintenance.
ANDREW NORMAN has over thirty-five years of experience in the manufacturing industry as a lubrication specialist and manufacturing engineer, college instructor, heavy equipment superintendent, diesel propulsion systems expert, maintenance consultant, and mechanical equipment expert. He has extensive experience in lubrication, maintenance and reliability, manufacturing processes, root cause analysis, process documentation, plant management, maintenance planning and scheduling, and all phases of industrial asset management. Andrew brings a wealth of mechanical maintenance experience and knowledge from manufacturing processes to maintenance execution. His 35 years of manufacturing and maintenance experience at all levels provides a well-rounded expert in the areas of maintenance training, maintenance implementation, maintenance management, and process documentation. He is a PROSCI-certified change management professional. He is also an SME-certified Manufacturing Engineering Technologist, a Certified Maintenance Reliability Professional, and was an ASE-certified Master Mechanic in three separate areas; automotive, heavy-duty trucks, and automotive machining.