Classroom training – TPM, Total Productive Maintenance
Total Production Maintenance – ideology, methods and tools used for ensuring nonstop operability of equipment. TPM’s objective is to achieve the most efficient operation of equipment by using the following methods of waste elimination: reducing equipment downtime due to breakdowns; reducing downtime due to change-overs; minimizing time when equipment produces defects.
TPM course materials cover:
There are no prerequisites for taking TPM training and any professional/supervisor can sign up for the course. During the course students get to practice what they learned about TPM on selected equipment. These methods can be easily replicated across the company covering any production areas. Upon successful execution of TPM projects students receive Records of Completion. Depending on the scale of selected projects the training can last from 1 to 3 weeks.
We are offering three options for instructor-led training Total Productive Maintenance:
TPM application on one simple piece of equipment.
TPM application on several pieces of equipment, building TMP team.
TPM application on several pieces of equipment, building TMP team, detailed study of various work site scenarios.
Prices for Lean Six Sigma University classroom programs vary depending on the number of students, scale of project implementation, material customization requirements, number of experts engaged in training and consulting.