Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Reliability Centered Maintenance

202404aug(aug 4)12:19 am08(aug 8)12:19 amFailure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) and Reliability Centered Maintenance

Course Details


  • Knowing and understanding the FMECA and related methods in use in the company
  • How to organize the FMECA process and involve participants
  • Able to present and explain the FMECA tools and software
  • Systematic questioning and judge information
  • Able to validate the FMECA results with an expert group


DAY 1: Introduction to Facilitation Skills

  • Introduction to the Program
  • Introduction in the Key Roles of a Facilitator
  • Start Case FMECA (Problem Solving)
  • Theory Communication Process Model and Skills (Feedback)
  • Theory and Exercises in Asking Questions
  • Exercises in Problem Solving in an Expert Team

DAY 2: The Basics of the FMECA Method

  • FMECA Process a Template – All Aspects
  • Theory Ordering Information in FMECA (Analytical Grammar)
  • Theory Presentation Skills 
  • FMECA Introduction Case
  • Theory and Exercises in Asking Questions
  • How to Make Teaches to Foster the FMECA Process

DAY 3: Introduce and Teach Your Own FMECA Process

  • Theory Thinking Preferences Ned Herrmann and De Bono
  • Theory Presentation Skills 
  • Presentations and Teaches of Participants (Feedback Sessions)
  • FMECA Case  
  • Exercises with Reluctant Behavior
  • Preparation of New Presentations and Teaches

DAY 4: Judge Information and Quality of FMECA

  • Theory of Stakeholder Management and Networking
  • Exercise Inventory of Stakeholders and How to Approach
  • Case: Challenge the FMECA (and FMECA’s of Participants) Focus on Decision Making
  • Theory Motivation Factors for Participants
  • Presentation of Participants FMECA’s (Feedback Session)
  • Theory Implementation and Project Management

DAY 5: Promoting FMECA Results

  • Overall Learning Personal Points and Feedback
  • All Presentations and Feedback
  • During Presentations Exercises based on the Learning Points
  • Celebrate Success.

Who Should Attend ?

  • You work in in the field of Maintenance, Operations or SHE / quality as a facilitator or team leader
  • You are familiar with, or willing to learn the process of asset management and the tools in use
  • You love to work with people and get the best out of them
  • You feel the need to improve yourself in motivating teams and analyzing detailed information


4 (Sunday) 12:19 am - 8 (Thursday) 12:19 am(GMT+03:00)



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