· Understood that RCFA is about using the word “HOW and WHY” and not “WHO” in order to arrive at the Latent Cause of the problem and as a member of the management, we are part of the Latent Cause. From Ramonchito C. Bringel, Coal Plant Superintendent

 

· Excellent presentation materials.  Excellent knowledge on seminar topic.  Excellent example related to RCFA.  Trainer good sense of humor. From J.R. Villanueva, Mechanical Supervisor

 

· The course is well designed for maintenance personnel.  The learning from this course is applicable to all plants with recurring failures.  If these tools will be used in finding the course of equipment failure, the possibility of recurrence in the future will be avoided. From Fernando Cabula, Electrical Supervisor

 

· You make the training lively and inject good points and standards, highlighting the importance of every topic and its application.  You are a very an excellent presenter!  From Emmanuel Tayson

 

· The seminar is concise and useful both for our profession and actual lives.  Educational as well as very entertaining indeed.  Very professional and informative course.  From James Brookes / C&I Manager

 

 

 

 

· The thoughts and education of the training are taught clearly.  It is a very important help for me and Sanyo if we are going to apply the knowledge we have learned.  Mr. Rolly Angeles is a very inspiring person.  His training is very well facilitated.  Arigato Gosaimasu!  From Vivian Grace Garcia / Technical Staff

 

· A very comprehensive topic discussion was imparted.  The strategies and effective ways of per-forming this type of maintenance was highly appreciated by all of the participants. From Jennifer Joy Siongco / Jr. Staff

 

· Facilitator is well adept on the subject matter..  Mr. Angeles is very good in presenting the subject matter as well as his knowledge regarding the subject.  With respect to his experience, there is no doubt that Mr. Angeles is one of the  best person around to teach the maintenance concept. From Jeson Solis / Engineer

 

· The training done was very much applicable and relevant to the need of maintenance personnel.  This would greatly help in improving our current machine condition.  From Geniejo P. Canete / Engineer

 

· The facilitator is good and familiar / expert with Planned Maintenance.  It help us  enlighten our knowledge in TPM and maintenance tasks.  The subject is highly recommended to all maintenance personnel at any industry. From Joel Tomanan / Sr. Engineer

 

· The facilitator has a very good presentation and experience on the topics.  I gained a lot of ideas and knowledge on how to plan for my machines to prevent breakdown.  I am confident enough to train my subordinates with this kind of system.  Thank you very much ! From Conrado Alapit Jr./ Engineer

 

· Rolly Angeles is one of the best trainers (World Class) I have ever met in my life.  The delivery of the RCM course by him was so smooth and straight to the point.  Besides he combined technicality with intellectualism thereby carrying even the most assumed idle time along.  The definition of the different tasks in RCM caught most of my attention.  The RCM Information Worksheet simplifies the course to enable an ideal team to come up with the best maintenance strategies.  Although it is a challenge to convince management team that is not trained on RCM to adopt,  I will still insist that RCM is the best maintenance strategy world wide now. From Kalu-Kalu, Head of District Maintenance

 

· Interactions and flow of information for RCM course was very interesting.  The course instructor knows how to apply Reliability as a concept and training with wealth of experience both on the job made the course worth it.  The quality of the course is more than the time scheduled for it, so far I enjoyed the course. From Bright Nicolas, Saipem / Piping Engineer

 

· I have really appreciate the various types of failure modes, maintenance strategies used and how RCM compares with other method.  I have also seen why RCM is simple to understand and straightforward.  It had also helped me to see the difference between RCM and RRM.  The benefits of RCM is clear to all. From Oyoyo David, SPDC / Mechanical Supervisor

 

· The RCM training was conducted in such a way that the participants can confidently carry out the RCM study on critical equipment.  I think the study will help the company solve most of their maintenance problems.  The facilitator training style shows he has an in-depth knowledge in RCM as a maintenance strategy. From Casmir U. Chierelle, QSHE Coordinator / Hermann and Cross

 

· Transfer of RCM concept were flowing in a logically coherent manner.  The course was interactive and all the participants were carried along during the training.  The trainer with his wealth of experience make sure that he provided adequate training materials to really transfer the RCM knowledge to the participants. From Chukwuma C. Lawrence, Saipem / Information Mat. Coordinator

 

 

 

· The resource speaker was able to deliver the training in a clear way by citing examples that are based on facts and experience. From Marianne Canba, Associate Engineer, Analog Devices

 

· It is useful in doing troubleshooting and to determine the root cause of the problem.  As part of the maintenance group, it should be cascaded to other equipment personnel to have a common knowledge in solving equipment problem.  The resource speaker is very familiar with this topic.  His technical background and knowledge is a big help to us in understanding the topic. Name withheld.

 

· The training course itself was very much applicable to the participants.  Live discussions and exercises create a good training ambience that makes the participants at ease, lively and eager to learn.  From Fritzie Magno, Test Equipment Engineer, Training Supervisor, Analog Devices

 

· Most of the topics discussed were relevant to our job assignment.  The entire training was very alive and active.  Participants were enjoying and the visual aids were good.  From Marlon Mararagan, Associate Equipment Engineer, Analog Devices

 

· The subject matter is very interesting .  Root Cause sounds easy but difficult to pursue, but through each and everyone of us who attended the training, then it is possible to make a difference.  The speaker  delivered the training very well that is why the seminar was very interesting. From Name withheld

 

· Very relevant to our needs especially when starting our operations for the start of FY 2008, helps us distinguished the difference between different measurement methodsFrom Rowin Halayhay, Engineer 3

 

· The facilitator shares his personal experience with relationship to the subject matter which makes the training more interestingFrom Ronald Campos, Engineer

 

· Well verse and adept regarding the subject matter.  Has a vast wide experience to support the discussion. From Paule Alex Caesar Senior Equipment Engineer

 

· Can easily understand the topics because of the good examples and experience of the facilitator.  Good interaction between the trainer and the delegates.  From Joel Chan, Engineer

 

· MTBF and MTTF were clearly differentiated and well understood.  Quality loss was also defined and clearly understood and differentiated from breakdown.  From Joseph Tomanan, Senior Engineer

 

· The trainer knows the methodology of the subject matter and know how to impart his knowledge to the trainees.  The relevance of the subject to the employee is achieved in this training.  From Gilbert Manguerra, Engineer 3

 

· Experienced speaker.  Many true to life data presented which are very good reference and very professional presentation materials.  From Joselito Figuracion,

 

· The facilitator discussed clearly the topic and he motivated us to apply the method of MTBF, MTTR and other indices activities that will help our colleagues and company to improve further. From Alex David, Engineer 1

 

· Very good in imparting his knowledge about the subject matter and relates ideas in actual reality in manufacturing industries.   His addition of humor attitudes is well appreciated as he give examples and thoughts on the subject.  Thank you.  From Ericson Caguioa

 

· I have learned a lot of new concept and proper way of measuring performance of machine.  With this training and seminar, my question before regarding our current proactive if it is right or wrong was answered.  From Arnel Hulipas

 

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