Asset Reliability Practitioner – Advocate (ARP-A)

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  • Velosi is conducting Asset Reliability Practitioner – Advocate (ARP-A) Category II Training online.

    Asset Reliability Practitioner – Advocate assists you in improving the reliability of physical assets necessitates much more than simply monitoring their condition, improving lubrication practices, and making some changes to the maintenance department. To have a truly successful program, you must understand how to add value to the organization and thus gain the support of senior management. The entire organization must support you, not just a small group of evangelistic condition monitoring and reliability experts. Maintenance, operations/production, engineering, finance, and the reliability group must work together, you must adhere to a strategy that allows you to build the program layer upon layer, achieving milestones and building on success effectively.

    Velosi has a “learn to ace” approach, our team comprises professional and expert trainers who ensure to enhance your ability and skills through grasping knowledge about the specified course effectively. This course actively intends to provide an excellent way to learn about dependability, especially when starting a new program, it will make the participants competent enough to speed up and be on the same page. This course is based on ISO 18436 standards, and topics are mapped to ISO 55000. Mobius Institute Board of Certification (MIBoC), which is ISO/IEC 17024 accredited, provides the optional Certification Exam. Participants who meet the experience requirements, complete the course, and pass the examination will be certified in the highest recognized reliability certification available globally.

  • By completing this course, participants will be able to:

    • Understand comprehension of the business case.
    • Identify the "big picture" of improving reliability and performance.
    • Provide a thorough understanding of all technical aspects, as well as all reliability, maintenance, and CBM technologies, techniques, and jargon.
    • Identify and demonstrate the ability to contribute to an existing program.
    • Find motivation and re-energizing yourself to get involved and play your part effectively.
    • Evaluate how technical elements contribute to the overall business goal.
    • Develop a motivated reliability culture accordingly.
  • Training will be conducted via Microsoft Team Meeting. Meeting invites will be shared on the day before the first day of training.

  • To Be Discussed

    • Presentation Slides
    • Training Recordings
    • Study References
  • Upon successful completion of training, participants will receive “Asset Reliability Practitioner – Advocate (ARP-A) Course Completion” certificate.

  • This course is appropriate for a wide range of professionals but not limited to:

    • Individuals who want to be certified to international standards (ISO-18436) by an accredited certification body.
    • Individuals who wish to advance their skills in the field of asset reliability practitioner, advocate.
    • Individuals involved in asset reliability.
    • Individuals who seek extensive knowledge in reliability practitioner advocate and wish to enhance their career opportunities in this respective field.
  • Participants can avail a discount of either an early bird or group discount whichever is higher with an additional discount when signing up for 2 or more courses.

    Group Discount (same company only)

    • 15% Discount for groups of 5 or more
    • 10% Discount for groups of 3-4

    Bundle Discount

    • Sign up for 2 courses and get an extra 10% off
    • Sign up for 3 courses and get an extra 15% off
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Fees + VAT as applicable

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(including coffee breaks and a buffet lunch daily)

Course Outline

    • What is a reliable plant?
    • Introduction to implementation
    • Process overview
    • Comparison of strategies
    • The Asset Reliability Transformation [ART] process
    • Asset management and ISO 55000
    • Current performance and cost
    • Measuring progress
    • Selling senior management
    • Selling the benefits
    • Pilot projects
    • Strategies, planning, mission, support, mission establishing the team
    • The Asset Reliability Transformation [ART] process
    • Plant-wide engagement
    • Human error and psychology
    • Culture change
    • Employee feedback and brown-paper engagement process
    • Getting maintenance under control
    • Breaking out of the reactive maintenance cycle of doom
    • Defect elimination, design for reliability
    • Value-driven procurement
    • Reliability-focused transport and acceptance testing
    • Understanding failure
    • Condition Based Maintenance (CBM), Run to failure (RTF)
    • Getting organized (Master Asset List, Bill of Material)
    • Developing a strategy, analyzing reliable data, and asset criticality ranking
    • Preventative Maintenance Optimization (PMO), Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM), Failure odes Effects Analysis (FMEA), and Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)
    • Work management flow
    • Strategy based work and work requests
    • Establishing a priority system
    • Processing requests
    • Job planning, scheduling, and execution, commissioning, and closeout and feedback
    • Spares management
    • Precision work
    • Proactive asset care
    • Condition monitoring
    • Continuous improvement
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