Asset Performance Management (APM) is a process that encompasses tools and procedures to maintain or improve an assets’ reliability, maintainability and/or availability with respect to its requirements, under its use environment, for the duration of its lifetime. APM is intended to be applied to an asset in an operational environment. Whilst many elements are involved in APM, Reliability Engineering is a central element to success.
This 1-day course covers the fundamentals of Reliability Engineering for Asset Performance Management process, with the following aims:
- Introduce Reliability Engineering principles (objectives, terminology, definitions).
- Describe the elements of an Asset Performance Management process and how they work together.
- Provide awareness of typical Reliability Engineering tools that help identify, monitor and manage risks.
- Demonstrate how reliability, maintainability and availability can be quantified.
Public & On Site Courses
Public & On-Site Courses: 1 Day. The course commences at 9.00am and finishes approximately 5.00pm.
Public Course: £500, includes lunch and refreshments.
On-Site Course: Please complete the form opposite or contact us for onsite training prices, including discounts for multiple delegates and courses
Online Courses: Split into 2 sessions 3 hour slots.
Online Courses: Please complete the form opposite or contact us for online training prices, including discounts for multiple delegates and courses.
Registration / Further Information
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Who Should Attend?
This course is aimed for those working in the domain of monitoring and maintaining asset performance from a reliability, maintainability and/or availability perspective, who would like an introduction to the subject of Reliability Engineering.
The course does not assume any prior knowledge on the subject of Reliability Engineering, with fundamental concepts and terminology being introduced.
The types of activities that can help achieve more reliable products and processes, along with some of the various tools that can support these activities, are then discussed.
This course is not intended to provide specific training on tools or techniques, if these are of interest there are follow on courses available.
Public Course Venues
Wilde Training Facility,
28 Charles St
o What is APM
o The APM process
o Functional breakdown
o Failure definitions
o Defining the system
- Identifying and managing risks
o Understanding risk
o Types of hazard
o Methods for identifying risk
o Managing risk
- Quantifying reliability, availability and maintainability
o RAM metrics and requirements
o Reliability and availability calculations
o Non-constant failure rates
o Data handling
- Achieving your objectives/operational excellence
o Monitoring asset performance and tracking improvements
o Maintaining and improving asset reliability/availability
o Types of tools
o APM as a process to deploy tools
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