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World Class Maintenance, June 26 to 28, 2013

Good amount of training material.  A new way of motivation for the training topic through the music videos.  Good quotes from the renowned people across the worldFrom Rahul Bankar, Manager

 

Expert trainer, good job.  Explain the details with examples capturing almost the maintenance world and finding new knowledge.  From Komaruddin,Maintenance Manager Philips Indonesia

 

A lot of things I get, so thank you.  Trainer knows how to train the participant.  Trainer completes himself of full knowledge of the course.  Complete course and smart to explain. From Masfu Maarif, Maintenance System, PT. Astra Otoparts, Division Adwira Plastik

 

A lot of experiences to share with us so we can know how to solve a problem.  So many items can we learn from this training.  From Bambang Setwayan, Electrical Supervisor

 

Combine the technical presentation with entertainment is very inspiring.  Both my brain side has respond well and it makes me enjoy the training even though my basic knowledge is not a maintenance engineer.  From Hariati Oktiviana

 

Previously what I been taught to get the root cause you must do the why-why analysis then you will choose the high possible cause and then from the high possible cause, you will get the answer to the root cause but from this training, it is something new and interesting.  To get to the root cause is actually in different way and it shows and proven that this training, it works. I will apply this knowledge to my daily work.  From Mohd Fathi Bin Elias, Maintenance Engineer, Aerospace Industry

 

The training opens the idea of looking at ourselves to make changes and prevent failure to happen again instead of finger pointing or guessing the root cause.  From Mohd Asha, Aerospace

 

I think this training can be shared to all among staff in increasing productivity and also a good way to find the root cause of problem or failure occurring. This also and always can change the mindset to the management team.  Good presentation  by Mr. Rolly. From Mohd Zulazmi Bin Zoolbefely

 

This will assists Botash to always remember that operators and engineering must stop blaming each other whenever a major breakdown occur and should work together to improve the lifetime of the assets. From  Gabedi Abofilwe, Senior Planning, Engineering

 

Good course content, training aids, technical knowledge, instructor effectiveness were excellent.  It does not teach you about work environment only but how to approach life. From Norma Moeketsi, Maintenance Planner, Engineering Reliability, Botash Ash

 

Very relevant with our situation. This training will help a lot if we changeOperators becoming engineering partners instead of being customers.  From Madeswi, P.P.  Engineering, Botswana Ash

 

Review of basic concept to successful maintenance.  Sharing of facilitators personal experience, setting up the program and final results achieved after many years of implementation. Emphasis placed on ownership of maintenance activities by engineering/maintenance and operations.  View that the two are partners as opposed to customers service provider relationship.  From Godfrey Nilala, Superintendent Wellfield, Botswana Ash

 

The trainer is very relevant to the operation. It can improve the business results if implemented well by the organization.  The objectives were very clear.  Visual aids helps better understanding .  It promotes lot of interaction and helps the team to have a common understanding of the subject.  It is more practical. From Modise Meera, Divisional Engineer, Botswana Ash

 

A very coursed aimed at providing the necessary skills in developing and maintain world class maintenance strategy.  Could be the only solution for organization in very competitive market with a high maintenance costs life Botswana Ash.  From Thabane Malasa. Divisional Engineer,

 

This teaches and show the path to take in getting out improvement strategy of production equipment.  Correct sequence of activities is clearly laid out.  This is the real foundation of TPM.  From Knomotso Mopipi, Botswana Ash

 

In depth understanding about how to reduce reactive maintenance and lessen breakdowns and increase cost savings. It taught us that to improve, it takes planning and understanding what you have in place that change does not happen overnight.  The instructor is knowledgeable in the subject it will work best for us if he reviews our progress within short intervals. From Hance Bale, Maintenance Specialists, Botswana Ash

 

Plant maintenance is a shared responsibility between operators and maintenance personnel.  Operations and maintenance people must be friends at work towards the same goal.  Lubrication is very important to prolong the lifespan of equipment .  Management must commit as well as give support to the workforce.  From Ezekiel Soudan, Foreman, Botswana Ash

 

Text Box: Asia Iknowledge, Grand Dorsett Malaysia
World Class Maintenance, July 29 to 31, 2013

Eye opener to the maintenance sectors especially on the PM. 12 Disciplines approach is interesting .  CMMS we have already implemented and it has proven its effectiveness.  Faris, Senior Manager, Expressway

 

Instructor keep high energy till the end of the class.  Multi-media approach in the learning process is effective.  Very good venue.  Keep it up.  From Wan Zulkefi Sulaiman,Manager Gas Processing

 

The knowledge of the instructor was very good.  The training materials is very detail.  Overall of the course meet my requirement.  From Selvanaim, BASF Petronas

 

The training was address the most maintenance people problem. The 12 Disciplines will be very useful to improve the maintenance department and personnel skill.  From Lee Choon Soo,  Cable Manufacturer, Maintenance Manager

 

All the topics were covered very well.  The experiences of the facilitator helps in this training.  From Bernard Brandah, Analyst, Coal Fired Power Plant

 

The training module provides a fruitful knowledge in management of maintenance and can be adopted in daily work for improvement and quality productivity. The instructor is very knowledgeable in the module presented.  Good job Rolly, thanks and keep rolling. From Patil Huu Harlin, Manager, Engineering, Botswana Ash

 

Text Box: Botswana Ash, Botswana, Africa
Planned Maintenance , July 22 to 24, 2013
Text Box: Asia IKnowledge, Grand Dorsett, Malaysia
Root Cause Failure Analysis,  September 25 to 27, 2013
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Reliability-Centered Maintenance, October 2 to 4, 2013

We would be able to save in our next year budget for maintenance activities and would be able learn about preventive maintenance based on what we have learnt about RCM and also prevent unwanted plant tripping.  From Riri Abellana, PP Maintenance EDC

 

This training help us to improve our knowledge in Reliability-Centered Maintenance.  By the deep understanding of this training, it is imprints to our mind that this third generation system of maintenance can help our plant in terms of reliability where the company can save a lot.  From Nichol V. Ygona, Operations, EDC, Philippines

 

The difference on relationship of TPM/RCM was clearly explained.  The step by step process in doing RCM was clearly discussed.  The workshop/exercises helped a lot for the participants to grasp the concept of RCM.  The tasks and the equipment involved in the workshop was really the actual equipment found in our workplace system and not just hypothetical. From Lordman Monforte, Switchboard Engineer, Transmission and Dispatch Department

 

The training gives me the necessary knowledge on how to develop the RCM program for equipment under my area of responsibility.  The trainer patiently shared his knowledge and passionately expressed his desire and concern so his participants clearly received the idea what he is teaching.  Alexander Listana

 

It is very helpful in our improvement endeavors not only operation related but financial likewise since can conduct activities only if needed and appropriate this savings on spares and labor costs. From Mark Amistoso, Mechanical Maintenance, EDC

 

Text Box: RSA Public Training, El Cielito Inn
World Class Maintenance, October 9 to 11, 2013

I have learned in this training the difference of each KPI indicators of a world class maintenance management.  The importance of the 12 Disciplines in establishing a world class maintenance.  The important role of maintenance guys to a technician guy only with respect to their work habits that maintenance we use brains while technicians only use their hands. I have learned also that there should be cooperation on each department in a company to become world class maintenance management.    From Jay Nabong, HGST Philippines

 

In order to have a world class maintenance, we need to start with the basics and that is training and education.  Step by step action is important.  Maintenance and production should help each other.  Both should share the same responsibility on the equipment. PM is not effective on random failures.  I have enjoyed both the training and the music.  And to have harmony all should sing the same song.  Keep it Rolling.  From Joselito Galang, Yokohama

 

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