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MAWA EVENTS SDN BHD (4 DAYS) WORKSHOP

CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL MAINTENANCE MANAGER - CPMM


26 29 NOVEMBER, 2017.NASSIMA ROYAL HOTEL. DUBAI.UAE

ABOUT THIS COURSE

Plant and facilities maintenance professionals today must confront a wider variety of complex issues than ever before and therefore must possess an extensive
knowledge of the many facets of maintenance management. Earning the Certified Professional Maintenance Manager credential will clearly validate to both
your employer and industry officials that you possess in-depth expertise in plant and facilities maintenance management. The CPMM program will also help you
remain current with the evolving techniques and technologies in maintenance management.

More than ever before the roles of plant and facilities maintenance management professionals involve diverse issues and concerns as organizations work
diligently to improve profit margins and grow their market shares. As more plant and facilities maintenance professionals assume leadership roles in these
activities, they find they must clearly demonstrate their expertise.

The Certified Professional Maintenance Manager (CPMM) credential is designed to validate that you, as a certified individual, possess the professional expertise
and knowledge required to successfully perform plant and facilities maintenance management activities. Becoming a certified Professional Maintenance Manager
will leave no doubts about your ability to manage a profitable maintenance

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

This training will help each participant how to:

To provide a standard of professional competence in the field of plant/facility maintenance management.


To identify and recognize those individuals who, by passing an examination and fulfilling requirements of experience, responsibility and conduct, meet
that standard.
To encourage plant/facility supervisory professionals or those aspiring to promote to supervision in a continuing program of professional development.
To stimulate and provide a standard for the development of educational curricula and degree programs for plant/facility supervisory professionals.
To enhance the status of plant/facilities profession as a unique discipline and profession by demonstrating that a realistic standard of professional
competence can be clearly defined.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Maintenance Professionals / Plants managers WORKSHOP SCHEDULE TIMING


Production managers / Technical managers
Directors / Senior Managers from HSE departments Registration & Coffee 8:30
Facilities Managers and executives
Operation Managers / Inventory, materials & Warehouse professionals Morning Session Begins 9:00

Morning Refreshments & Networking Break 10:30 10:50

Networking Luncheon 13:00

Afternoon Session Begins 14:00

Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Break 15:30 15:50

Course concludes 17:00

OFFICIAL CERTIFIED PARTNER: DESIGN & PRODUCED BY:

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COURSE CONTENTS

Core competencies include:

Maintenance Management
Learning Objectives:
Explain the functions of the management process
Explain the objectives of a maintenance organization
Explain how maintenance evolves from the basics to advanced techniques
Describe the three major geographic classifications of maintenance organizations
Explain the factors in deciding how to staff a maintenance organization
List the duties of the maintenance supervisor, the maintenance planner, and the maintenance engineer
Explain how to determine proper maintenance staffing levels
Explain the use and different levels of Key Performance Indicators
Describe the evolution of a maintenance program through the different maintenance strategies
Describe the difference between a reactive maintenance program and a proactive program
Preventive Maintenance
Learning Objectives:
Explain why preventive maintenance programs are important to a company's operation
Explain the benefits of a good PM program
Describe the main types of preventive maintenance
List the major costs that are incurred when equipment breaks down
Explain the steps required to start a successful preventive maintenance program
Explain how to manage a Preventive Maintenance program
Describe the Key Performance Indicators
Explain why some preventive maintenance programs fail
Inventory and Procurement
Learning Objectives:
Conduct a mini-analysis of your MRO inventory and purchasing organizations
Identify maintenance delays caused by inefficient MRO inventory and purchasing organizations
Describe the relationship between maintenance planning and the MRO inventory and purchasing functions
Define the various types of maintenance spare parts in a MRO inventory
Describe how to lower overall MRO inventory and purchasing costs
Describe the duties of a Stores Clerk
Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
Learning Objectives:
Explain how maintenance planning and scheduling impacts the productivity of the craft technicians
Explain the various types of work orders and their purposes
Describe some of the Key Performance Indicators for effective planning and scheduling
List the decisions that need to be made during maintenance planning
Explain the enablers for an effective work order system
Describe how to develop and execute a weekly maintenance schedule
Computerized Maintenance Management Systems
Learning Objectives:
Conduct an assessment in preparation for selecting a CMMS
Develop a sample specification document for the features and functions of a CMMS
Explain the five major activities required to implement a CMMS
Describe the most common problems encountered when implementing a CMMS
Explain how to successfully use a CMMS to manage maintenance
Maintenance Training and Work Cultures
Learning Objectives (Part 1):
Correctly define the term "training"
Describe the purposes of maintenance training
Define the basic approaches to maintenance training
Describe the phases of maintenance training and qualification-system design
Explain the "worker-centered" approach to effective training
List and explain the major steps in a maintenance training and qualification process

Learning Objectives (Part II):


Define "work culture"
Define the typical maintenance work-culture models
Describe the driving forces for changing maintenance work-cultures
Explain the roles of leadership in successful maintenance work cultures
Describe six factors of successful culture change
Explain the "eight-step process for leading major change"

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COURSE CONTENTS

Predictive Maintenance
Learning Objectives:
Explain the importance of predictive maintenance as a part of an overall maintenance philosophy
Describe how to use vibration analysis as a monitoring tool
Explain the value of thermography in a predictive maintenance program
Explain when to use ultrasonics in a plant or facility
Determine when lubricant analysis should be used in a plant or facility
Reliability Centered Maintenance
Learning Objectives:
Explain the concept of Reliability Centered Maintenance
Describe how RCM transforms an organization from a reactive to a proactive culture
Explain how RCM supports an integrated and evergreen approach to maintenance
Describe some reliability prediction techniques
Explain some of the various RCM failure analysis techniques
Describe the RCM implementation steps
Total Productive Maintenance
Learning Objectives:
Explain the benefits of TPM
Explain the six key elements of TPM
Identify the major equipment effectiveness losses
Explain how to focus TPM on results
Identify the common visual systems for improving equipment effectiveness
Maintenance Return on Investment
Learning Objectives:
Explain how improving maintenance labor productivity can reduce maintenance expenses
Explain how improving maintenance materials controls can reduce maintenance expenses
Explain how maintenance can increase equipment availability and support the production of a company's product or its service at a lower overall
cost
Explain the various ways in which maintenance practices can impact a company's energy costs
List various other ways in which improving maintenance practices can lower a company's overall costs
Safety and Health
Learning Objectives:
Explain the four elements of an effective occupational safety and health program
Explain how and why management commitment and employee involvement are tied together for a good safety and health program
Describe what a worksite analysis is
Explain systems used to prevent and control hazards
Describe a Safety Culture
Explain how to set up a safety and health training program
Indoor Air Quality
Learning Objectives:
Define indoor air quality
Explain the factors affecting indoor air quality
List the various sources of contaminants
Define sick building syndrome and building related illness
Review the standards governing air quality
Review the process for creating an IAQ profile
Review the process for developing an IAQ management plan
Review the process for diagnosing an IAQ complaint
Review the basic mitigation techniques
Documentation
Learning Objectives
Describe the types of documentation that should be recorded in a facility
Review how to set up a process for creating the documentation
Explain how to file documents properly
Describe the process for disposing of it in a certain timeframe
Explain the organization of ISO manuals and their importance
Questions & answers (Q&A) session with group discussion
Exam open book multiple exam (MCQS) 200 multiple choice questions

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CERTIFICATION & ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

WHAT DOES THE EXAM COVER?


The exam, which you have up to four hours to complete, has a total of 200 questions in multiple-choice and true/false format.
Questions cover the role of the supervisor, communication skills, interpersonal skills, introduction to finance and budgeting, leadership and
motivation, safety, time management and planning, business law, interviewing and hiring, conflict resolution and problem solving and teambuilding. A
score of 70% is required to pass.

ELIGIBILITY
You are eligible if you have a minimum of 2 years in plant/facility supervisory capacity (OR) minimum 3 years in field overall.

ELEGIBILITY MATRIX
EXAM RECERTIFICATION
TITLE EXPERIENCE EDUCATION PREPARATION
REQ REQUIREMENTS
Minimum 2 yrs in maintenance No degree 4-6 weeks reviewing CPMM Review Pak study materials and /or
CPMM YES 5 Credits in 3 Years
management required participation in the seminar

WORKSHOP VENUE:
At your organization facility

IMPORTANT NOTE:

MAWA EVENTS will provide all participants a comprehensive training material.


CPMM Certificate from AFE USA will be provided to all the participants.
MAWA EVENTS will conduct a training evaluation at the end of the training program.
The proposed training program is for the in-house training and therefore, the training facilities will be arranged and coordinated by client. Venue/
meeting room, audio, video equipments, flip charts etc will be provided by client. As well as Coffee / Tea, snacks, lunch will be provided by client.
Course Materials are covered in the above mentioned fee.
Trainer Hotel Accommodation, Trainer inbound/outbound transportation is provided by MAWA EVENTS SDN BHD
Client is required to send us the participants name, designation, emails, contact to prepare the certificates and name tag. ETC.
For Malaysian companies only - The proposed training program is claimable under SBL scheme and as such, the client is required to obtain prior
approval from HRDF before the delivery of the training program.

FEES:

USD 3795.00 per participant

REQUIREMENTS:

We require minimum 6 participants to conduct this in-house training. However if you have more than 6 delegates than fee per participants would be
USD 3495.00
Fee covers all training materials, booklet, relevant books, exams, trainer travelling & accommodation costs as well as the certification fee

MAWA EVENTS official international Partner / collaborations through regional institutions/organizations

PARTIAL CLIENT LIST OF MAWA EVENTS

SAUDI ARABIA DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION -OMAN AIRPORTS COMPANY -MALAYSIAN AIRLINES -SAUDI ARAMCO
EXECUJET AVIATION GROUP. UAE -SAUDI CEMENT COMPANY -DUBAL. UAE -OMAN AIRWAYS
SABIC (ALL SUBSIDIARIES). -ADCO. UAE -ALUMINUM BAHRAIN -SAHARA PCC. KSA
KNPC - Kuwait -GPIC BAHRAIN -TELECOM MALAYSIA -SAUDI CHEVRON
QATARGAS -QAPCO QATAR -ADAC UAE -NEHMA UAE

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