TPM is one of the Lean demonstrated effective methodologies in assembling elements that drives a change to improve OEE (Overall hardware efficiencies) and profitability, and result in ceaseless improvement and Zero errors.
In this course participants can understand Early Management strategy which is one of the 5 main pillars of TPM and it aims to application of new products & progress with vertical slope and reduced lead time.
Participants can understand two parts to the early management pillar: Early Equipment Management and Early Product Management.
Who Can Enroll:
- This course is designed for organization internal resources or individuals that aspire to become subject matter experts in driving productivity and efficiency improvement.
- TPM /PM and for PM teams and leadership teams initiating PM.
- In this 1week course participants will learn how to establish a powerful EEM strategy, ideal for your production environment.
This course helps participants to capture information and systematize it into a structure which supports equipment design and procurement decisions.
- Compare and select merchants who can convey equipment with included value.
- Apply esteem designing principles to each plan step to diminish life cycle expenses and improve capital return on investment.
- Attaining CHOOLS Group AM professional Certification through achieving 80% in the exam included in the course and completing project in a manufacturing entity.
- Material and Hand-outs with Soft Copy included.
- In plant implementation.
- Large AM teams training or leadership teams is recommended for this pillar initiation – submit an RFQ.
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• Quiz, Exam prep, Q&As, Case-studies.
- Introduction to TPM
- Different Approaches to TPM
- 5S foundation
- 8 Pillars of TPM
- Basics of OEE
- Six Big losses
- Sustainable Improvement