Effective planning & scheduling, when done properly, is one of the easiest and most effective return on investment strategies your organization can implement. This SMRP accredited course was designed to teach you the real world skills needed to properly implement proven planning & scheduling techniques to reach world-class efficiency throughout your entire organization. Included in the course;
To be fair, this is not a new course. This is actually the exact same course we have provided fortune 500 companies with around the globe to reach world-class efficiency and optimize operations. These are proven techniques that we still use on a day-to-day basis to manage all our systems. However, this is the very first time we have made this course available online and with lifetime access at a price that won’t last long, so make sure to enroll today. Best of all it comes with a 30-day money back guarentee.
I have worked my entire career in various Reliability & Maintenance rolls, starting in 2003 when I began my Industrial Electrician apprenticeship. During my apprenticeship I was involved in the building, installation and maintaining of equipment for various automotive manufacturers and their suppliers.
This is where I got my very first taste of the difference in how various maintenance departments operated (even within the same walls.) There was no unified culture to be seen and disciplines varied from one department to the next.
Shortly after achieving my Red Seal Industrial Electrician’s license in 2007, I started as a Maintenance Supervisor hoping to build a sustainable culture within my organization, much like few of the well organized maintenance departments I had seen so far. This proved to be easier said then done.
The proper information was hard to come by and I wasn’t sure where to start. I decided to take the Maintenance Management Professional program offered by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC). After completing the program I achieved my MMP designation in 2010.
After working through various roles in the organization such as Maintenance Planner and eventually Maintenance Manager, I decided it was time for a greater challenge. I was able to achieve my CMRP designation in 2012. This allowed me to work towards my current role as a Regional Lead for the Maintenance & Reliability for a fortune 500 company, which has taken me across the globe to optimize other R&M cultures & processes.
I’m also currently working towards my certification as an ISO55000 auditor. As well as being a member in both PEMAC and SMRP, which allows me to stay current with all of the changes in the R&M landscape.