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Maintenance Management Certification


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Achieve your Maintenance Management Certification (MMC) through a top engineering school. The program requires completion of four courses and passing the MMC exam.

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Maintenance Management Certification

  1. 1. 2© Life Cycle Institute Get Certified! Achieve your Maintenance Management Certification (MMC) from a top engineering school
  2. 2. 3© Life Cycle Institute MMC has many benefits!  Build and sustain a maintenance program  Establish maintenance KPIs and visual management dashboard  Select the optimum equipment maintenance strategy  Implement work management strategies that improve asset availability  Increase maintenance personnel productivity  Build a problem-solving culture  Manage an effective maintenance budget
  3. 3. 4© Life Cycle Institute Complete all requirements within 3 years    TWO required courses Choose TWO elective courses Pass the EXAM • Maintenance Management Skills • Maintenance Planning and Scheduling • Materials Management • Predictive Maintenance Strategy • Risk-Based Asset Management • Root Cause Analysis • Achieve a passing score on the Maintenance Management Certification exam
  4. 4. 5© Life Cycle Institute Who should attend? People responsible for:  Building and sustaining a world-class maintenance program  Establishing maintenance KPIs $ Managing maintenance budgets  Creating a culture of continuous improvement
  5. 5. Required Courses
  6. 6. 7© Life Cycle Institute Maintenance Management Skills Learning objectives: Describe the roles and goals of a maintenance manager/supervisor List maintenance management critical success factors Practice techniques to effectively manage people performance Implement KPIs that drive desired results Apply budgeting tools and processes
  7. 7. 8© Life Cycle Institute From the Maintenance Management Skills course
  8. 8. 9© Life Cycle Institute Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Learning objectives: Define the planner/scheduler environment Differentiate between reactive, preventive and predictive maintenance Develop an effective planning program Manage scheduling and coordination Create effective job plans
  9. 9. 10© Life Cycle Institute From the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling course
  10. 10. Electives (choose two)
  11. 11. 12© Life Cycle Institute Materials Management Learning objectives: Identify effective materials management processes Implement effective inventory control and warehouse best practices Describe how a CMMS supports materials management Identify contributors to total cost of materials Define the standard set of materials management key performance indicators
  12. 12. 13© Life Cycle Institute From the Materials Management course
  13. 13. 14© Life Cycle Institute Predictive Maintenance Strategy Learning objectives: Explain how predictive maintenance mitigates risk Describe the theory, application and safety considerations of 5 PdM technologies Recognize visual inspection as a component of PdM Draft a predictive maintenance strategy Compare your PdM program to best practices
  14. 14. 15© Life Cycle Institute From the Predictive Maintenance Strategy course
  15. 15. 16© Life Cycle Institute Learning Objectives: Risk-Based Asset Management Draft an asset management plan Describe asset information required to manage risk List ways to extend the life of assets and evaluate their effectiveness Use an FMEA to analyze risks and map controls strategies List key internal and external asset management partners B5 B6
  16. 16. 17© Life Cycle Institute From the Risk-Based Asset Management course
  17. 17. 18© Life Cycle Institute Learning objectives: Root Cause Analysis Outline a 6-step root cause analysis process Outline triggers for RCA efforts Select and apply a range of RCA tools to solve different problems Define program goals, measures and standards Use an A3 tool to manage and track activities
  18. 18. 19© Life Cycle Institute From the Root Cause Analysis course
  19. 19. MMC Exam
  20. 20. 21© Life Cycle Institute Pass the Maintenance Management Certification exam following completion of all four courses
  21. 21. 22© Life Cycle Institute Program Investment Required Courses Maintenance Management Skills $1495 Maintenance Planning and Scheduling $2495 Required courses $3990 Elective Courses (choose two) Materials Management Predictive Maintenance Strategy Risk-Based Asset Management Root Cause Analysis $1495 $1495 $1495 $1495 Two Electives $2990 MMC Exam Exam Fee $295 Total Investment $7275
  22. 22. 23© Life Cycle Institute What will you receive? A certificate of completion showing awarded CEUs after each class Framed certificate after passing the MMC exam Privilege of having the MMC title designation beside your name Images by Creative Stall and Andrew Stauffer The Noun Project
  23. 23. 24© Life Cycle Institute 3 reasons to choose the Life Cycle Institute Building competency is what we DO! Our team of learning professionals understands what it takes before, during and after training to change behavior to produce results! Instructors are trained learning facilitators Rigorous facilitator qualification and certification process Focus on the learning process and transfer to the job Engage learners, reinforce relevancy and integrate prior experience Training is an active experience Learning by doing vs. lecture Group activities, assessments, case studies Network with peers Develop action plans to drive results post-training   
  24. 24. 25© Life Cycle Institute 800-556-9589 Life Cycle Institute is the learning, leadership and change management practice at Life Cycle Engineering. Register for the MMC program