Recently the Australian Competition Tribunal placed an emphasis on organisations to develop a bottom up approach for their operating expense claims to be defensible. This process, also known as Maintenance Requirements Analysis, comprises of four primary analysis methods that connect every maintenance action with its business benefit.
This two-day course will explore basic analytical tools to assess future maintenance costs during the design process, developing a sustainable asset solution. The tools will also amend the initial solutions to develop accurate costs throughout the asset life cycle.
Upon completion, you'll gain the core knowledge necessary to develop defensible maintenance budgets. Using case studies and examples, you'll also learn how to develop a defensible maintenance program as a budgeted commitment in an asset management plan.
Build your Chartered competencies
This training course builds skills and knowledge in the following Engineers Australia Chartered status competencies*:
4. Develop safe and sustainable solutions
6. Identify, assess and manage risks
13. Local engineering knowledge
14. Problem analysis
*Completing this course does not automatically guarantee a competency, it provides participants with the underpinning knowledge required to develop specific Chartered competencies.
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We can bring this course direct to you and your organisation. For groups of six or more we provide cost-effective, customised and outcome-focused in-house training.
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This course is for you if you're part of an engineering and maintenance team that contributes to asset management (maintenance) plan development. This includes asset managers, engineers, supervisors, maintenance planners, maintenance schedulers and financial planners.
James (Jim) Kennedy CPEng, CAFM, CAMA is the Director at Interlogis Consulting Pty Ltd. He is an international asset management and maintenance trainer (Santiago, Lulea and Pretoria Universities) and a consultant to a variety of industries from defence through to water distribution. Jim is also a mechanical engineer with postgraduate qualifications in Risk Management and in Maintenance Engineering and Management from Swinburne University in Melbourne. He has over 45 years of experience in maintenance and asset management in the aerospace, rail, power, water and defence sectors.
For the last 25 years Jim has been directly involved in asset management activities. Jim’s 25-year history with the Asset Management Council and its predecessors was recognised in 2004 when he was awarded the prestigious MESA Medal. Jim currently occupies the role of Sensei in the Asset Management Council.
This course will cover the following areas: