Joel Levitt - 9th to 13th July 2018 - Enquire about in-house or public workshops

Joel Levitt - 9th to 13th July 2018 - Enquire about in-house or public workshops

 
Joel Levitt - Global Expert
Available for in-house workshops
9th to 13th July, 2018


Alternative course:

- Planning and Scheduling
- Shutdowns and Outages
- Fleet Management:

 

The number one Maintenance Systems and Practices trainer in the world is back in Melbourne! We've assisted a SIRF member to have an in-house training course in September so it's created a chance to run a public workshop in Melbourne.

Joel Levitt's courses are excellent and will help take your planning and scheduling to the next level. Worlds best planning and scheduling trainingNot only is Joel a consummate Maintenance Systems trainer and presenter, has trained over 8,500 managers and supervisors from over 3,000 organizations in 20 countries. With many years of practical experience, he has extensive knowledge in all facets of worlds best practice maintenance management; including management skills, preventive maintenance, inventory control, CMMS design, system installation and setup.

Joel has authored 8 maintenance books and has written over 30 articles for trade publications on maintenance topics. He has a great reputation as an effective trainer who understands current worlds best practice and what the latest trends in effective maintenance practices, with a feedback score of very good or excellent by over 90% of past attendees so who could be better to guide you?

After this workshop maintenance planners will be conversant with the techniques and procedures of effective planning and scheduling.

Joel’s emphasis in this course is on helping individuals to help their company streamline their maintenance systems so that they operate more efficiently and at a lower cost with improved interaction with production and other departments.

His common sense approach and support material is often quoted by successful SIRF Roundtable members case studies across Australia and New Zealand.




Learning Objectives include:
  • Coordinate the maintenance schedule with production control and operations. This new understanding will lead to better job plans and more effective scheduling
  • Increase the professionalism of the maintenance effort and improve interaction with other departments 
  • Improve maintenance practices leading to fewer disturbances to operations, better compliance to schedule, higher quality & reduced variability 
  • How to improve the maintenance efficiency and at the same time lower cost and improved morale and job satisfaction reducing wasted resources and leveraging available manpower.
  • How to contribute to plant safety through increased reliability of equipment through improved maintenance practices
  • How your current practices compare to best practices and benchmarks. 
  • What steps to take as you work your way towards world-class level.
 

25% Short notice special for bookings by Friday 16th September.
Extra 10% off for 3 or more!
  Workshop Highlights
- Understand effective maintenance
- Learn the right techniques and practices
- Coordinate maintenance schedule with less disturbance to operations
- Improve scheduling and maintenance efficiency at lower overall cost
- Improve reliability, quality, variability and uptime
- Improve morale and job satisfaction
- Reduce wasted resources and leverage available manpower
- TOO MUCH TO LIST!

Who Should Attend:   Maintenance Planners, Mechanical and Electrical Supervisors, Team Leaders, Influencial shop floor leaders, Maintenance Engineers, Maintenance Managers, Engineering Managers, Plant Engineers
Date:    
Time:   8:00 am start, finishing at 16:30
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Investment:    
Dress:   Casual
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For Inquiries Contact:
Alain LeBon
Brian Niven
Sean Lewis
Jeff Naylor
0439 612 620
0439 612 609
0466 256 736
0409 535 239
alain.lebon@sirfrt.com.au
brian.niven@sirfrt.com.au
sean.lewis@sirfrt.com.au
jeff.naylor@sirfrt.com.au
  

 

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