Life Cycle Engineering announces PM/PdM Best Practices Course
Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), the learning source for optimizing asset reliability and performance, is now accepting registrations for its new PM/PdM Best Practices course. This new four-part training series to improve preventive and predictive maintenance programs is designed for those with little or no training in predictive maintenance and condition monitoring technologies, including maintenance technicians, supervisors, planners and schedulers, reliability engineers and plant managers...
• Popular allied reliability curriculum now offered through LCE.
CHARLESTON, SC, July 13, 2006 -- Life Cycle Engineering (LCE), the learning source for optimizing asset reliability and performance, is now accepting registrations for its new PM/PdM Best Practices course. This new four-part training series, which will benefit companies looking to improve their preventive and predictive maintenance programs, is designed for people with little or no formal training in predictive maintenance and condition monitoring technologies, including maintenance technicians, supervisors, planners and schedulers, reliability engineers and plant managers.
This course, developed and delivered by LCE's strategic partner Allied Reliability, draws on more than 800 years of experience in 16 different major industries. Bill Wilder, Director of Education at LCE, said, "We are very excited about offering this sought-after Allied Reliability PM/PdM curriculum under the LCE umbrella. Allied, a prominent industry expert in PM and PdM technologies, is bringing an important aspect of training to attendees that is critical to their organization's overall success in asset performance and reliability."
Solid PM/PdM programs offer organizations the unique opportunity to save millions of dollars through lower maintenance costs, lower spare parts inventory, lower energy consumption, better safety performance, improved product quality, and increased capacity throughput. This learning series presents the framework that organizations need in order to attain best practices in PM and PdM in the shortest possible amount of time and at the lowest cost. Participants will learn how these two critical technologies apply to Reliability Excellence (Rx) and the overall performance of their assets.
As part of the course and its associated fees, Allied Reliability has included six unique software tools to help put new-found knowledge into practice. This software includes a roadmap, an equipment walk-down tool, a criticality analysis tool, an asset health tool, a PM evaluation tool, and a self-assessment tool. Upon completion of the course series, participants will be fluent in the use of each of these software tools, resulting in a more complete transfer of knowledge and a more self-sufficient attendee.
The first session of this highly engaging and interactive course, which consists of four (4) three-day sessions, will begin on Nov. 7-9, 2006 in Charleston, SC, at Life Cycle Engineering's training facilities. Subsequent sessions, as part of this series, will be held Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 2007, March 6-8, 2007, and May 1-3, 2007. Course size is limited in order to maximize the value to each participant.
Life Cycle Engineering (www.lce.com) is a leading provider of reliability consulting, engineering services, and applied technology solutions that help both government and private enterprises achieve sustainable success. Widely recognized as the premier provider of innovative and successfully executed reliability and maintenance solutions worldwide, areas of focus for LCE include: design & engineering, logistics support, information technology applications, program management, change management, education, and holistic implementations of Reliability Excellence (Rx). Founded in 1976, LCE is headquartered in Charleston, South Carolina with offices across North America. For more information, please visit www.LCE.com or call 843.744.7110.