Every production line needs a doctor. The ones who know when their factory needs its downtime and when to give it the needed medication and rest, so that it can jump back into production. The Gold Certification Program in Total Productive Maintenance is a course catering exactly to this demographic.
Who Can Enroll:
People who work in the quality and maintenance departments of their companies. Job Seekers who would like to prepare themselves for the challenges they will inevitably face when working in the production line. This course is designed for them.
➤ Understanding TPM, its tools and techniques.
➤ The concept of TPM pillars.
➤ Building the foundation for TPM Pillars.
➤ How to build a sustainable TPM system, by understanding the roles and responsibilities of each employee.
➤ Building a monitoring system using the TPM Management Plan.
✔ Comprehensive practical training to enforce theoretical principles.
✔ Limited Registrations, effective presentations.
✔ Course can be customized to the needs of different businesses and LOGO added to presentations.
✔ Course cost covers training sessions, a set of comprehensive notes, support material, templates and hand-outs with soft copy.
✔ Professionally planned, prepared and presented.
✔ Internationally recognized certificate for lifetime validity of training completion. (For this, Participants must achieve 80% in the CHOOLS exam)
✔ Support from subject matter experts. Query Handling Facility
Industry related project support. Career guidance and candidate promotion.
Why Choose Chools?
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➤ The basics of TPM
➤ Dealing with Equipment Failures
➤ Managing teams, efficiently changing them
➤ Having a clear cut idea of OEE (Overall Equipment Effectiveness)
➤ How to implement TPM properly
➤ Maintenance – How to prevent it, and how to predict it