Troubleshooting is at the core of plant and facility maintenance, and the core principles and practices of troubleshooting apply to nearly any maintenance task, from electrical to HVAC to pumps and motors. This highly versatile 2-day course, suitable for any maintenance role, provides the building blocks to apply a consistent troubleshooting methodology to any common equipment problem.
Students who complete the course will be equipped with techniques they can put into practice immediately to reduce downtime in their facility. When combined with our General Maintenance class in a 4-day Maintenance Fundamentals Workshop, this course delivers a complete foundation for successful facilities.
This 2-day seminar is just $1100.
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Day One - Discussion Topics
Developing a Logical and Systematic Troubleshooting Approach
The proper steps to troubleshoot any problem
Developing the problem statement
Proper brainstorming methods
Verifying the cause
Selecting the fix
Working with machine operators / asking questions
Using data available to quickly find problems
Teamwork troubleshooting approach
Properly using test equipment to diagnose problems
Using your senses / observations to rule out possibilities
Adapting troubleshooting to any piece of equipment or application
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Day Two - Discussion Topics
Interactive classroom troubleshooting activities and role-playing
Description of situation
Class discussion of potential problems
Teamwork-based in-class brainstorming sessions
Instructor-guided troubleshooting process to lead to a solution
Discussing the best/most time efficient alternatives to solving a problem
Problems range from mechanical to electrical to customized problems based on the needs of the class
Scenarios based on the attendee’s unique issues in the workplace
Exploring the root cause of the problem
Preventing the problem from re-occurring through proper documentation and follow-up
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Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
Upon completion of this seminar, the student will receive a certification of completion with 8 classroom hours (.8 TPC Training CEUs) per day attended. Visit our continuing education units page to determine if this class is accepted by your state licensing agency.
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