Maintenance Strategy Fundamentals - March 2024

Training Course

18/03/2024 - 19/03/2024


Non-Member: £699.00 (excl. VAT)
Member: £559.00 (excl. VAT)

In this 2 half-day training course, you will gain the fundamental knowledge and understanding to develop an efficient and effective maintenance plan through the use of different maintenance strategies in this comprehensive and practical training course with a focused examples and exercises.

Topics include reactive, preventative and predictive maintenance, planning and scheduling, and spare parts management, risk management and root cause analysis (RCA) along with the latest approaches and tools available to improve safety, reliability and ultimately profit.

Matthew Laskaj is an engineer and specialist engineering trainer. He is passionate about the engineering industry and developing skills. Having worked in offshore Oil and Gas, refineries, energy, manufacturing and process industries around the world, he considers himself lucky to be able to share his experience with others while learning at the same time from those he meets along the way.

He is the Director of Project Engineering Management Ltd, an engineering consultancy offering maintenance training, project management and engineering consultancy.

Learning Objectives: 

1. Recognise asset reliability definitions, measures and steps required to address reliability issues in the renewables and oil and gas sectors
2. Understand the different maintenance strategies, approaches, tools and techniques available
3.  Incorporate root cause analysis (RCA) and continuous improvement (CI) into maintenance plans and maintenance performance
4. Establish asset importance and priorities using criticality assessment approaches
5. Manage maintenance planning, scheduling and spare parts to undertake the required tasks
6. Utilise and pro-active maintenance processes and techniques to optimise the maintenance strategy

Who should attend: 

The course is suitable for engineering, asset management, maintenance and reliability personnel working within or supporting manufacturing or engineering in the oil and gas and renewable energy sectors with responsibility for the application and improvement of maintenance plans, processes and procedures.

Course contents:

1. Reliability
   a. measures and steps required to address reliability issues
2. Maintenance strategies
   a. approaches, tools and techniques available, their strengths and weaknesses and areas of application
3. Review and assess maintenance plans –
   a. establishing asset importance and priorities using criticality assessment approaches
   b. failure analysis, risk-based maintenance techniques including FMECA
   c. continuous improvement of maintenance plans and performance
4. Managing maintenance
   a. planning and scheduling to deliver the work load with the effective use of resources
5. Pro-active maintenance
   a. developing a culture through training, development and change management
6. The future of maintenance optimisation
   a. developments and technology in the maritime and renewable industries

Course Duration:
Dates: 18 - 19 March 2024
Timings: 13:00 - 16:30 GMT

Contact details

Training Team:, 02074677178