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SEPTEMBER 2016 TRAINING OUTLINE FOR PROFESSIONALS


1. COURSE TITLE: INSTALLATION, MAINTENANCE AND PROTECTION OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTROMECHANICAL SYSTEMS IN PLANTS, BUILDINGS & INDUSTRIES:

DESIGNED FOR/TARGET AUDIENCE: Project and Design Engineers, Technologists, Plant and Facilities Engineers, Consultants, Mechanical Engineers and Technologists, Maintenance and Operation Personnel and other Technical personnel who need to upgrade/refresh their current knowledge.

YOU WILL LEARN / OBJECTIVES: A good percentage of total assets of most organizations can be categorized as electrical, electronic and electromechanical equipment.
It is therefore extremely import that this category of assets are carefully used, maintained and protected.

The present economic environment is turbulent due to dwindling income, low capacity utilization, hyperinflation and depleted purchasing power among other factors. Efficient utilization of available resource is therefore the key survival strategy of most organizations.
The workshop will teach best principle techniques in installation, maintenance and protection of electrical, electronic and electromechanical equipment.
ABOUT THE COURSE/INDIVIDUAL LEARNING/BUSINESS OUTCOME:

INDIVIDUAL: -
Update the knowledge and expertise
• Enhancing service delivery
• Improved competence
• Allow attendees to learn from costly mistakes of others.

BUSINESS: -
• Cost Reduction by reducing downtime
• Develop career-enhancing skills of Staff
• Employee motivation and retention.
• Staff as valuable asset to the company
• Increase chances of efficiency in discharging of duties.

COURSE CONTENT:

• Installation and functional testing of electrical/electronic and electromechanical equipment.
• Power source management
• The issue of power adequately
• Monitoring the system
• Reacting to system failure
• Stopping the system (including emergency situation)
• Basic safety codes and practices
• Dismantling techniques
• Maintenance policies: levels/ echelons of maintenance/ factors influencing maintenance, strategic, tactical and operational and operational maintenance, routine, planned, preventive, breakdown maintenance
• Basic steps in maintenance of electrical, electronic and electromechanical engineering systems
• Detecting and reporting faults.

DATE: 6TH – 8TH
TIME: 09am – 05pm
DAYS: 3
FEE: N100, 000.00
VENUE: Dynamicinitiative Conference Centre, 3rd Floor, MAN House, 77, Obafemi Awolowo Way Ikeja, Lagos.
Further Enquiry: 08033191269, 08135258113.

2.  COURSE TITLE: TOTAL PRODUCTIVITY MAINTENANCE (TPM)

YOU WILL LEARN/OBJECTIVE:
One of the main objectives of TPM is to increase the productivity of plant and equipment with a modest investment in maintenance. By investing in -for example- equipment maintenance, equipment losses can be prevented.
1. Breakdown losses caused by the equipment
2. Setup and adjustment losses
3. Minor stoppage losses.
4. Speed losses
5. Quality defect and rework losses.
6. Yield losses.

ABOUT THE COURSE/INDIVIDUAL/BUSINESS OUTCOME:

Following are the steps involved by the implementation of TPM in an organization: Initial evaluation of TPM level, Introductory Education and Propaganda (IEP) for TPM, formation of TPM committee, development of master plan for TPM implementation, stage by stage training to the employees and stakeholders on all eight pillars of TPM, implementation preparation process, establishing the TPM policies and goals and development of a road map for TPM implementation.

COURSE CONTENT:

-       Implementation of Total Productive Maintenance Management.
-       Objectives of Total productive maintenance
-       Measuring effectiveness of Total Productive maintenance
-       Definition of Total Productive Maintenance.

DATE: 13TH – 15TH
TIME: 09am – 05pm
DAYS: 3
FEE: N100, 000.00
VENUE: Dynamicinitiative Conference Centre, 3rd Floor, MAN House, 77, Obafemi Awolowo Way Ikeja, Lagos.
Further Enquiry: 08033191269, 08135258113.


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