Maintenance Scheduling Module 3 Powerpoint Presentation slides with audio commentary

Scheduling Module 3 Is The 9th Module In The Maintenance Planning And Scheduling For Reliability 10 Module Online Training Course

Scheduling Module 3 Is About Organising, Coordinating Resources And Readying Them To Do The Work As Scheduled

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This Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course by online distance education teaches you how to do best practice Industrial Maintenance Planning and Scheduling.

The Maintenance Planning and Scheduling course is specifically focused on teaching you world class industrial maintenance planning and scheduling knowledge and skills. No matter where you are in the world you will learn the very best maintenance planning training and scheduling available. You are personally coached by world class maintenance planners and schedulers.

The course has 10 modules, six modules on maintenance planning training and four modules on maintenance scheduling training. You get a Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Certificate at the end of the course once you pass the course assignments and show us how you applied the learning and knowledge when building your maintenance work packs.

Please follow this link to read more information and get further details about our world renowned Online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course by distance education.

This scheduling module 3 explains how the Maintenance Scheduler uses the maintenance work pack that the Maintenance Planner prepared and organises the work to be done on time, to the agreed schedule. The one assignment is to investigate the risk to a job and identify what could prevent it being done as planned. You are to develop job risk mitigations and controls to protect the job plan and get the work completed as scheduled.

Scheduling Module 3 of the Online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling for Reliability Training Course 225MB zipped file containing PowerPoint Presentation covering the organising, coordinating resources and preparing them for doing the scheduled work, with audio commentary and notes page on every slide

View a PDF document of the slides from the module
Maintenance Scheduling Module 3 PowerPoint Presentation Slides

View a PDF document of the Maintenance Scheduling Modules 1 to 4 Learning Plan
Schedule Work and Track Progress Learning Plan Modules 1 to 4

View a PDF document listing the draft maintenance process documents available
Draft Maintenance Process Documents List

Provided separately for purchase at the Online MPS Training Course Store are Example Maintenance Process Documents that you can use as templates to help develop your documented maintenance processes and write their procedure.

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You register for the course by emailing us to let us know of your interest and to answer any of your questions. You can get our office email address from the Contact Us Page. You will receive a reply email with information about doing the Maintenance Planning and Scheduling course.

You purchase each Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training course module online by selecting the module you want from the table above.

If it is preferred, you can pay for the complete Online Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Training Course by Distance Education in one payment. Contact us and we will provide you with an invoice and our banking details for a Funds Telegraphic Transfer. Our policy is that you can only receive the next Module once you have successfully completed the prior Module’s assignments.

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