- 31st December 2020
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) provides a structured framework for analysing the functions and potential failures for physical assets, with a focus on preserving system functions, rather than preserving equipment. RCM is used to develop scheduled maintenance plans that will provide an acceptable level of operability, with an acceptable level of risk, in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
This 2-day course covers the fundamental RCM framework and key features of ReliaSoft RCM++ with the following aims:
- Enable delegates to apply the RCM process to their own assets in order to identify appropriate maintenance tasks
- Make delegated comfortable entering and recalling records in ReliaSoft RCM++
Attendees will learn the RCM method and have hands-on practice with the ReliaSoft RCM++ software, working with real-world maintenance data examples.
This course aims to enable delegates to:
- Develop a scheduled maintenance plan for a physical asset that will provided an acceptable level of functionality, with an acceptable level of risk, in an efficient and cost-effective manner.
- Evaluate whether preventive maintenance is appropriate and determine optimum maintenance interval.
- Promote analysis processes that are more efficient and more effective, utilising lessons learned from past analysis when applicable.
It is not intended to provide guidance on any particular standards (e.g., SAE JA1011,1012), but instead covers a general approach that can applied to specific scenarios. Tailored courses are available separately that can cover specific interpretations.
Who Should Attend?
This course is intended for engineers that need to develop maintenance regimes for new and existing assets, and would like to apply the RCM framework to do so.
The course does not require existing experience of RCM, explaining key terminology and process steps, along with covering additional tools that support completion of the analysis. It is beneficial for delegates to have experience with Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA), although this is not essential.
The course commences at 9:00am and finishes at approximately 5:00pm.
£1000, including lunch and refreshments.
Online Training Option
An online course is also available. Please contact us for details.
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Classroom Training FacilitiesManchester Area Whitworth House 28 Charles Street Stockport SK1 3JR Cambridge Church Farm Barn 15 High Street Longstanton Cambridge CB24 3BP
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