The courses we provide in support of RCM2 are highly participative, comprising a combination of formal lecturing, exercises and case studies. As a member of the Aladon Network we use the high quality course notes and presentation materials that distinguish the Network's offerings from others. Comprehensive course notes are provided together with "solutions" to all exercises and case studies; the "solutions" are reviewed by the tutor with the delegates as part of the course. Detailed course notes are provided for each delegate and are supplied in a durable binder. Visual-aids used during the courses include very high quality colour slides and incorporate learning-aids such as colour-coding and carefully structured examples and anecdotes to reinforce learning. The courses have evolved over many years and are updated from time-to-time; more than sixty thousand delegates have learned about RCM2 through these courses.
If you are interested in conducting an RCM course at your site in the UK or the Republic of Ireland please complete the following form and we shall contact you to discuss your requirements.
The entry level training that we offer for RCM is a 3-day course; we also offer a 10-day course for RCM facilitators and a 1-day RCM Awareness Session (primarily targeted at senior managers or those on the periphery of an RCM project). The majority of courses we conduct are in-house to our clients but we do occasionally conduct 'public' courses if there is sufficient demand; from time-to-time, we do syndicate courses between clients. Syndicated courses are strictly subject to agreement by the host client.
It is essential that all people who take part in an RCM analysis meeting attend an appropriate training course prior to the analysis group meetings. It is false economy to attempt to implement RCM without training the analysis group members because the RCM approach involves radical shifts in the way people think about maintenance. It always slows the process down (often doubling the time taken) and can compromise the analysis (as the traditional ways of thinking will not have been 'shifted'/challenged fully) if the people taking part in the RCM analysis have not been trained.