Advanced Certificate in Maintenance Planning (C302)
Terotechnica Maintenance College
Advanced Certificate in Maintenance Planning
Due to numerous requests from the planning personnel of various organisations,
as well as the growth of the planning discipline, it was decided to introduce an
Advanced Maintenance Planning Course.
While the Certificate in Maintenance Planning (C301) fundamentally prepares a planner for the task of planner, more is required to ensure a high level of output from the planning function.
This led to many requests for an advanced course.
Maintenance planning is the function that ensures that the correct maintenance actions are performed to the right equipment at the right time, having all necessary
preparation and resources in place.
It is furthermore arguably the function that ensures that maintenance action can be completed correctly and efficiently.
Maintenance Planning is becoming more and more important to ensure the success of the maintenance function.
The theory and tools of maintenance planning is also becoming more sophisticated.
While our Certificate in Maintenance Planning
(C301) prepares planners to understand all facets of the planning process, it does not address the full spectrum of the planning function (it is just too much) and it does not prepare a planner for taking the role of senior or head planner.
This course (C302) is ideally aimed at the further development of maintenance planners after they successfully completed the Certificate in Maintenance Planning or a similar preparatory course and had time to implement and integrate that knowledge in practice.
Course participants receive a copy of the 320 page book: Maintenance Planning, Scheduling & Coordination by Don Nyman & Joel Levitt.
Joel Levitt is one of the leading American maintenance authors, while Don Nyman is an authority on Maintenance Organisation, Control Systems, Planning and Scheduling, and Functional Improvement.
Who Should Attend
The course is intended for maintenance planners and those who manage them. C301 or a similar course is strongly recommended as preparation for this course.
Please contact Hendrik Keller for further information: