Highly-trained maintenance managers are the key to trouble-free, productive and profitable operations. If these specialized managers have state-of-the-art information and techniques, they can save an organization time, money and headaches.
The Maintenance Management Certificate offers a comprehensive management development program for maintenance management professionals.

 Maintenance Manager Responsibilities
• Schedule, train, supervise and motivate employees for the maintenance department
• Coordinate work performed by outside vendors
• Ensure efficient repair schedules and review repair cost estimates
• Monitor expenses and control the budget for maintenance
• Prioritize the maintenance and repairs of company equipment and parts
• Control and monitor inventory
• Implement safety policies and procedures for the department
• Develop maintenance procedures and ensure implementation
• Carry out inspections of the facilities to identify and resolve issues

Assess your knowledge and experience

The Technical Body of Knowledge is an outline of topics covered on the certification exam. The Technical Competency Model describes the knowledge, skills, and abilities required by manufacturing professionals. It will help you better envision your role and evaluate your readiness for certification.
Body of knowledge
 Strategy for maintenance management
1.  Best practices for applying preventive maintenance, predictive and condition-based technologies
2.  RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance) and RCFA (Root Cause Failure Analysis) work together to build a culture of excellence.

 Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager
1.  Aligning maintenance strategy with corporate strategy
2.  Overview of production systems and operations scheduling
3.  Implementing quality control Lean manufacturing principles and techniques
4.  Continuous Improvement
5.  Specific techniques for Lean Maintenance for the 21st Century

 Human resources for maintenance management
1.  Understanding the legal aspects of human resource management
2.  Dealing with labour issues within the maintenance environment
3.  Human resource planning
4.  Applying recruitment and selection procedures
5.  Conducting performance appraisals
6.  Implementing performance management
7.  Compensation management
8.  Managing safety within a maintenance environment
9.  Ways to reengineer maintenance that enhance quality, safety, environmental security and uptime

 Finance management
1.  Basic understanding of accounting principles
2.  Project analysis
3.  Understanding how costs flow in an Enterprise System
4.  Budgeting/Forecasting
5.  Cost analysis for management decisions
6.  How to use financial modeling of maintenance alternatives

 Development and implementation of maintenance tactics
1.  Understanding the “Operating Context”
2.  Defining Asset Function and Functional Failures
3.  Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, FMEA
4.  Understanding consequences and the application of the RCM Decision Diagram
5.  Establish a plan to ensure equipment reliability for new and existing assets
6.  Cost justify plans for implementation
7.  Introducing Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) into the maintenance equation
8.  Planning maintenance tasks
9.  Implementing Preventive Maintenance
10.  Guidelines for assessing your existing PM system and making improvements
11.  Determining equipment reliability expectations and goals
12.  Evaluate equipment reliability and identify improvement opportunities

 Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

1.  Implementation of Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) or Enterprise Asset Management system (EAM)
2.  Ongoing support and upgrading of a CMMS/EAM based on changing requirements.
3.  Maximizing benefits from your CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System)

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