Principles and Practices of Predictive Maintenance


This is a four day workshop and it provides essential knowledge required for embarking on a program to enhance maintenance performance through early identification of potential failures to eliminate and minimize equipment breakdowns. 

The workshop will discuss the various technologies available in the market to help with the efforts of early detection of failures, and how to integrate their applications with the activities required for achieving excellence through the implementation of Best in Class Maintenance Work Process. Work control, planning, and scheduling will be covered. Better utilization of Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS) will also be covered in this workshop. 

A pre and post seminar self-assessment will be given to indicate delegate's competency improvements. 


  • Provide an overview on Maintenance management principles
  • Organization's Expectations from Maintenance Managers
  • Principles of Best in Class Maintenance Work Process
  • Essential elements of maintenance work Planning & Scheduling 
  • Principles and Practices of Predictive Maintenance 
  • Optimization of Preventive and Predictive Maintenance
  • How to focus your resources on critical equipment 
  • How to work with contractors more effectively 
  • Develop organizational competence
Course Outline: 
  • Key terms and definitions 
  • Maintenance strategies
  • Reliability, Maintainability and Availability 
  • Optimizing preventive and predictive maintenance 
  • The Bath Tub Curve 
  • MTBF
  • Introduction to CBM/PdM Technologies 
  • Vibration Analysis
  • Infrared Thermography
  • Ultrasonic Testing 
  • Lubricant Analysis
  • Electric Condition Monitoring 
  • Non-Destructive Testing 
The workshop is recommended for Maintenance Managers, Superintendents, Reliability Engineers and Predictive Maintenance Engineers. 
Duration: 4 days 


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