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MMP PROGRAM IS DESIGNED FOR INDIVIDUALS • Those seeking focused training in selected areas

The perfect solution for busy professions. “This course offers training that I felt was needed for my department leaders and met a training need I was not able to find anywhere else. Norman Parent, MMP Maintenance Department Manager, Tolko Industries

“This certification program goes well beyond a typical internal course. It is a college-level program, recognized Canada-wide and equips people with a solid foundation for how to apply the appropriate maintenance tactics and strategies to every facet of our roles.” Sue Lubell, P.Eng, MBA, MMP Group Lead – Foothills Maintenance Management & Facility Records, ENCANA Corporation

CERTIFICATE COMPLETION REQUIREMENTS • Individuals who successfully complete all 8 Modules and are

members of the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada will receive the “Maintenance Management Professional” (MMP) designation from PEMAC.

• Must be a registered member of PEMAC to receive certificate.

(Membership can be obtained before or at the time of certification.)

• Required attendance of the live online sessions is 60%. •

Playback of missed sessions is required.

The courses will be offered at a pace to enable Certification to be achieved in just over 2 years.

MMP PROGRAM APPROVED FOR “Achievement in Business Competencies” (Blue Seal) program through the Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training Department. “Continuing Education Unit Credits” for Alberta and Ontario Water/ Waste Water Operators. “Yves Landry Foundation and the Government of Ontario”. Ontario employers may be eligible to access up to $50,000.00 of training funds.

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• Already in maintenance management or supervisory positions and are seeking formal training • Aspiring to management positions in the maintenance field • Seeking full maintenance accreditation through the MMP designation (Maintenance Management Professional)

RESULTS ORIENTED The MMP certification program enables you to provide the most cost effective management of your business’s physical assets improving: • Safety • Uptime • Production capacity • Equipment reliability • Economic life of assets • Environmental compliance • Return on financial investment • Communication between departments

FLEXIBLE and CONVENIENT • Accessible from ANYWHERE where there is internet access • Live online – evening classes, 3 hours per week • Cost effective – no travel required • Interactive - learn from the education and experience of both the instructor and peers from other industries


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Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) Certification Program

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“Maintenance Management Professional Education and Certification Program” consists of eight modules. Modules are structured to progressively help participants understand and embrace the various concepts necessary to be effective as a maintenance and physical asset management professional. While not mandatory, it is recommended that the modules be taken and completed in the order in which they are listed. 1

Module (15 Hours)

Maintenance Management Skills & Techniques The basic concepts of physical asset management and the latest developments and trends in effective maintenance practices. Provides the basic understanding of the strategic approach to achieving “Maintenance Excellence”. Applying current management theories to maintenance management:

• Preventive Maintenance • Predictive and Proactive Maintenance • Understanding the diversity of current maintenance practices • Understanding the evolution of plant equipment from the Industrial Revolution to the present time • Introduction to Reliability Centered Maintenance 5

Module (30 hours) Developing and Implementing Maintenance Tactics Recommended Pre-requisite: Module 1 Focus on maintenance efforts to ensure that physical assets safely, capably, reliably and repeatedly perform to their designed specifications. Focus is on techniques to develop maintenance tactics that will address how the assets are used, how they are likely to fail, the consequence of failure, and identifying maintenance tactics that are both feasible and worth doing. After developing tactics, the module will focus upon how tactics need to be implemented and their effectiveness tracked.

• Understanding the “Operating Context” • Defining Asset Function and Functional Failures • Failure Mode and Effect Analysis, FMEA • Understanding consequences and the application of the RCM Decision Diagram Maintenance task identification • • Planning maintenance tasks • Implementing Preventive Maintenance • Introducing Condition Based Monitoring (CBM) into the maintenance equation


Module (30 hours)

Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager


Module (30 hours)

Human Resource Management for the Maintenance Manager

Recommended Pre-requisite: Module 1 Linking maintenance strategies with those of production and operations. Topics include an overview of planning and scheduling methods, inventory control, production management principles, quality control methods, and lean improvement concepts such as TPM in a maintenance environment. Module 2 also provides an understanding of benchmarking and decisionmaking strategies for maintenance management.

Recommended Pre-requisite: Module 1 How human resources practices relate to the maintenance environment. Topics covered include the role of human resources in maintenance management, meeting legal requirements, recruitment and selection, orientation training and employee development, proper application of performance appraisals, the union management interface, compensation management and managing safety in the workplace.

• Understanding the impact of Maintenance on the production process • Production issues and methods • Implementing Quality Control • Lean Manufacturing principles and techniques • Eliminating the seven types of waste • Overview of project management approaches

• Understanding the legal aspects of human resource management • Dealing with labour issues within the maintenance environment • Human resource planning • Applying recruitment and selection procedures • Doing performance appraisals • Implementing performance management • Compensation management • Managing safety within a maintenance environment


Module (30 hours)

Maintenance Planning and Scheduling Recommended Pre-requisites: Module 1 & 5 A study of the fundamental principles of the planning and scheduling process in addition to the basics of planning, scheduling and work coordination methods. Upon completion of this module, participants will have a sound understanding of planning and scheduling tools and how to apply them to effectively transition from reactive to proactive maintenance and physical asset management.

• Effective use of resources • Aligning maintenance activities with production or service schedules • Developing and documenting maintenance strategies • Integrating proactive maintenance tactics


Module (30 hours) Computerized Maintenance Management Systems Recommended Pre-requisites: Module 1, 5 & 6 CMMS is a study of the features, benefits and the effective use of a CMMS or EAM computerized maintenance work management process. Implementation and optimization of a suitable computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) or Enterprise Asset Management system (EAM) in addition to ongoing support and upgrading of a CMMS/EAM based on changing requirements.

• Integrating use of CMMS with other departments • Project planning and organization • Implementing team development • Assigning team roles and responsibilities • Financial & Work/Job Planning • Data collection • Preventive and Predictive Maintenance


Module (30 hours)

Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager Recommended Pre-requisites: Module 1 Focus on the application of accounting and finance principles as it pertains to the maintenance management role. The module will give you an understanding in the foundation principles of accounting and cover the four main pillars of accounting knowledge the maintnance manager needs to support a successful maintenance department. These four main pillars are: Project Analysis, Budgeting/Forecasting, Cost Analysis for Managerial Decisions, and MRO Inventory. Basic understanding of Accounting Principles Project Analysis Understanding how costs flow in an Enterprise System Budgeting/Forecasting Cost Analysis for Management Decisions MRO Inventory Management

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Module (30 hours)

Capstone Course

Pre-requisites: Modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 Through the application of the key learning elements from the previous 7 MMP modules students apply the principles, latest concepts and techniques to a final project. Working in small groups or teams, students will select a project that will audit, assess and improve their current maintenance departments or develop a new maintenance strategy in their company or resolve a significant maintenance issue within their departments. There is also the option of developing a “Greenfield” maintenance strategy and program upon approval from the instructor. The assessment of the Capstone projects is intended to qualify students for their MMP certification and designation.

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