• Make smooth and effective transition from a technician to
• Make smooth and effective transition from a technician to a supervisor position • Develop essential skills and knowledge to carry out supervisor’s responsibilities • Manage their budgets in developing an effective programme for asset management • Leverage their personal supervisory style, apply time management techniques, run effective meetings and improve technical maintenance delivery • Contribute to the safe and reliable running of the operation
Skills Set, Roles and Motivation of Technical & Maintenance Supervisor • Fundamentals of Maintenance Engineering • Structure and function of world-class Maintenance Departments • Understanding and avoiding causes of assets failures • Maintenance Supervisors roles, skills and duties • Upgrading of technical, personal and leadership competencies Critical Factors for Maintenance Management • Fundamentals of assets reliability and key performance indicators • Quantitative determination of assets conditions • Techniques to improve worker productivity • Leaders attitudes and motivational skills in supporting their team • Skills for organizing and attending meetings Effective Techniques for Managing Maintenance Activities • Maintenance planning and scheduling processes • Execution of maintenance tasks and feedback • Managing external contractors • Staff training, mentoring and communication skills • Time management techniques Optimisation of Maintenance Programmes • Maintenance preventive and predictive modern technologies • Guidelines for assessing your existing maintenance system • Decision making and failures reduction strategies • Outcomes and impacts on environment and Pareto analysis methods • Overall equipment effectiveness determination and decision making grids Health and Safety Aspects • Health and safety cultures and approaches for achieving safety excellence • Compliance with HSE standards • Safety culture promotion and measuring techniques • Motivation and employee involvement
Who Should Attend ?
Technical and Maintenance personnel who have recently been appointed to a supervisory position Technical and Maintenance personnel who desire a supervisory position Existing Technical and Maintenance supervisors who have not had formal supervisory training Those who are responsible for managing Technical and Maintenance departments