Maintenance Management Professional

Keyano College's Maintenance Management Professional Certification program provides you with practical training and accreditation. After certification, you'll be able to provide cost-effective management of a business' physical assets. This program was developed and authorized by the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada.

You'll gain the knowledge and ability to improve uptime, production capacity, equipment reliability, safety, environmental compliance, economic life of assets, and return on investment. We'll teach you effective communication skills that you'll need to collaborate with your team and between departments.

Program structure

If you complete all eight modules and become a member of the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada, you can apply to receive a Maintenance Management Professional designation.

This program's courses are eligible for the Achievement in Business Competencies (Blue Seal) program, through Alberta Apprenticeship and Industry Training, and you'll earn Continuing Education Unit Credits for both Alberta and Ontario Water / Waste Water Operators.

You can buy any required textbooks at Keyano Bookstore.

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Our Maintenance Management Professional Certificate program is only available by group request or Corporate Training request, please email us or call 780-715-3903 for more information.

Courses

We strongly recommend that you complete all modules in order. You can complete this program in one year depending on course availability. A minimum of 80% attendance is required in all courses. The passing grade for all courses is 60%.

An Integrated Strategy for Maintenance Management

An Integrated Strategy for Maintenance Management is a 15-hour course that teaches you the framework for a strategic approach to business maintenance management. The course draws on elements presented in the Maintenance Excellence Pyramid of Uptime. You will learn how strategy, people, basic care, materials management, performance management, work management, support systems and tools such as Reliability Centered Maintenance and Root Cause Failure Analysis can work together to build a culture of excellence.

Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager

Production and Operations Management for the Maintenance Manager is a 30-hour courses that links maintenance strategies with business operations and production. You'll study production methodologies and apply them to improve business performance and meet the production goals of the organization.

Human Resources Management for the Maintenance Manager

Human Resources Management for the Maintenance Manager is a 30-hour course that explores effective leadership. You learn the role of human resources in maintenance management, legal requirements, recruitment and selection, orientation training and employee development, proper application of performance appraisals, the union management interface, safety in the workplace and managing change.

Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager

Financial Management for the Maintenance Manager is a 30-hour course teaches you how to apply accounting and finance principles in a maintenance management role. You'll learn the four main pillars of accounting (Project Analysis, Budgeting/Forecasting, Cost Analysis for Managerial Decisions and Maintenance, Repair and Operations Inventory) that you'll need to be part of an effective maintenance team.

Developing and Implementing Maintenance Tactics

Developing and Implementing Maintenance Tactics is a 30-hour course where you'll learn about the maintenance practices and tactics that you'll need to use physical assets safely and reliably. You'll gain an in-depth understanding of how assets are used as well as the possibilities and costs of asset failure. The course covers how to identify maintenance tactics that are both feasible and profitable.

Maintenance Work Management

Maintenance Work Management is a 30-hour course that teaches you how to improve reliability, apply proactive maintenance, use work management tools, and limit interruptions in production. You'll learn the principles of the work management process and the basics of planning, scheduling and work coordination methods.

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems is a 30-hour course that covers the features, benefits, and use of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) or Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system. Learn how to choose a suitable CMMS or EAM and its application in the work management process.

Capstone Course

The Capstone Course is a 30-hour final project where you'll apply the principals, concepts and techniques taught in the previous seven modules. You'll work as part of a small group and choose a project that will audit, assess and improve your current maintenance departments, develop a workplace maintenance strategy, or resolve a critical maintenance issue within departments.

You can also develop a greenfield maintenance strategy and program with approval from your instructor. This module consists of 2 days in class and around 20 hours of independent work.

You must complete MMP Modules 1-7 successfully before taking this course. If you've completed MMP Modules 1-7, the assessment of the Capstone project can qualify you for your MMP certification and designation.

Software application courses

Microsoft Project 2010

Microsoft Project 2010 (CEMSPM100) is a 21-hour course that teaches you how to track the progress of your projects. You'll learn how you can use Microsoft Project to plan and control your time, money and resources as well as schedule and track every task related to a successful project. You will also use advanced functions to customize a project plan.

 

Course topics include using drawing tools, setting options, workgroup functions, Project Central, sharing data among programs, multi-project management, cost management and tracking results, resource and task management.

Primavera 102 - Project Management Scheduling & Control

Primavera 102 - Project Management Scheduling & Control (CEPRIMA001) is a 21-hour course that gives you hands-on training for Primavera's client/server-based solution. Over three days, you'll learn planning and scheduling techniques. Create and track an entire project through practical, solution-based workshops.

Primavera 106-P & 106-R Advanced Project & Resource Management

Primavera 106-P & 106-R Advanced Project & Resource Management (CEPRIMA002) is a 21-hour course that builds on your skills from Primavera 102 through in-depth project and resource management training. You'll learn earned-value analysis, updating baselines, importing and exporting project data, top-down budgeting, managing resource allocation, future-period bucket planning, and resource leveling. The course includes case studies at the end of each session where you can apply learned skills and functions.