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Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Literacy

Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Literacy


Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) Literacy


This course is introduced to you by the International Academy of Human Resource Development (IAHRD). We are glad to tell you that our courses are especially designed for you by professionals and experts who have a long experience in the field.

Participating in this five-day program will expand your knowledge about the objectives, benefits and features of a Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS). This seminar discusses CMMS modules and state-of-the-art technologies that are used with a CMMS. Participants will learn how to develop system specifications for their application as well as how to justify, evaluate, implement, audit and optimize a CMMS. Many topics will be discussed such as the objectives of maintenance, planning for maintenance and its relationship with management, the effects of downsizing maintenance, profit center and cost center approach, the gap between executive and maintenance management and ways to fill it, modules of CMMS, ways to justify CMMS and case studies for further understanding.


By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  1. Recognize the fundamentals of maintenance management to apply them in the one's maintenance department
  2. Turn maintenance into a profit center.
  3. Understand the objectives and features of CMMS.
  4. Apply modules of CMMS.
  5. Justify  CMMS.
  6. Introduce modern technologies of CMMS.
  7. Choose a CMMS.
  8. Record and track assets they're responsible for.
  9. Schedule tasks and plans.
  10. Track work orders completion and evaluate them through CMMS..


Module 1:

  1. Introduction to CMMS.
  2. Why to apply a CMMS ?
  3. CMMS and management.
  4. CMMS in your organization.


Module 2:

  1. Maintenance Image.
  2. Effect of downsizing on maintenance systems.
  3. Cost Center Approach vs. Profit Center Approach.
  4. Increasing profit through CMMS.
  5. Unifying executive systems and maintenance.

Module 3:

  1. Introduction to different module and their usage. 
  2. Equipment data.
  3. Minimizing risks through preventive maintenance. 
  4. The importance of having a system.
  5. Spare parts inventory control.
  6. Requisition and purchasing at the right time.
  7. The role of maintenance in the planning process and vice versa. 
  8. Effective budgeting.

Module 4:

  1. Report Generator
  2. Screen Changes.
  3. Mobile Technology.
  4. Bar code and pocket PCs.
  5. Where to install a CMMS?
  6. ImagingandInterfacing.

Module 5:

  1. The effect of CMMS on your application.
  2. How to justify a CMMS?
  3. Computing savings.
  4. How to document cost estimates?
  5. Calculating Return On Investment (ROI).
  6. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs).

Module 5:

  1. What to implement and what to avoid according to CMMS?
  2. Emphasizing management commitment.
  3. Scope of the project.
  4. Decisions related to equipment number, locations and others.
  5. Data gathering and entry.
  6. Prototyping and final implementations.
  7. Following up with progress for continuous improvements.
  8. Case Study .

Who should attend? 

  1. Operations Managers.
  2. Maintenance Managers & Supervisors.
  3. Engineering Technicians.
  4. Industrial & Manufacturing Engineers.
  5. Maintenance Planners.
  6. Maintenance Schedulers.
  7. Anyone Interested In Maintenance Management.


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