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Real training given by seasoned practitioners; I’ll be able to put this information to work as soon as I return to my site.”

– VP of Manufacturing, Chemical Manufacturing

I very much enjoyed the instructors, delivery and attention during the sessions... a lot of textbook stories, experiences and information.”

 Craft Supervisor, Food Manufacturing


One of the biggest benefits is the time shared with other professionals in different industries, all asking questions and sharing their individual stories.  This interaction inherently exposes the students to the fact that others are in the exact same position, even though they are in varying industries.   This also lets the students know that there is a Maintenance Professional level of work to be done and that Maintenance is a business strategy; not just a group of guys with rolling toolboxes. 

– Corporate Continuous Improvement, Food Manufacturing

I think regardless of your level of expertise in the field, the four part series is very beneficial. Even if you are not heading in the direction of hiring Maintenance Planners, Schedulers, Maintenance Engineers, etc, the level of knowledge you receive from the course is worth it. I find myself referencing my course material often when I need some guidance. I can't remember everything I learned, and all of us tend to drift back to our comfort zone and do what is familiar. I probably pull out my course material once or twice a month to review what metrics should I be looking for in Planning, or how should we be creating Job Plans that are useful, but moving us towards World Class? Sometimes I just need to review material to refresh my memory or keep me on the correct path.            

– Project Facilitator Strategic Maintenance Program, Rapid Transit

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