Maintenance Planning and Scheduling

Maintenance Management Certificate Program

Workshop Overview

The mission and strategy created for the maintenance organization depends on effective planning and scheduling. This session provides the necessary knowledge and understanding needed to effectively manage the planning and scheduling process. It is not intended to provide mastery of skills required to execute the planning and scheduling function.

Learn more about how the Maintenance Management Certificate Program provides a comprehensive management development program for existing and aspiring maintenance management professionals. 

  • Available Dates:
    • July 29-30, 2020 - Bryant Conference Center, Tuscaloosa, AL
  • Pricing:
    • Early Bird - $931 (Expires June 29, 2020)
    • Standard - $1,095
    • UA Employee - $766 (Call 348-3000)
    • For additional pricing and discounts, visit the registration page.

Who Should Attend

The program is aimed at current and aspiring maintenance managers, engineers, supervisors and 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 are 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'll Learn

  • Learn best practices associate with maintenance planning and scheduling

  • Understand the attributes and contents of a properly planned maintenance activity

  • Understand the absolute need to plan and schedule for the future, not today

  • How to balance work load to net available workforce

 

Unique workshop offerings

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

Workshop Leads


Andrew Norman

Andrew Norman


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.