Maintenance Management Training schedule for 2012

Facilities can start attending maintenance management training events from January 16 through March 9, 2012. Designed for overall craft effectiveness and maintenance reliability to save companies money and improve efficiency.

Online PR News – 18-January-2012 – – Maintenance management training and consulting company The Maintenance Excellence Institute (TMEI) has presented their new TruWorkshop meeting schedule for the first quarter of this year. Facilities from all industries have relied on these workshops to provide the latest solutions and benchmarking technology for maintenance reliability, risk assessment and overall maintenance excellence. The chief advisor of these workshops is President of TMEI, Ralph Peters. He has a leading firm for training organizations and facilities wanting to focus on profit optimization for their business processes concerning maintenance management and overall craft effectiveness.

For this first quarter the Truworkshop schedule will begin in Raleigh, NC. These TruWorkshops start: January 16th and finish on March 9th. The overall goal of these training events is to empower facilities to achieve continuous reliability improvement in their day-to-day maintenance operations. This is accomplished by using a special benchmarking system called the Scorecard for Maintenance Excellence. This allows for users to calculate the correct data to measure results. These TruWorkshops were created by TMEI for organization looking to discover new areas to maximize their profits and overall productivity.

Some of the subjects that will be discussed in the upcoming workshop venue are “Modernizing Your Maintenance Storeroom” and improving the efficiency for your “MRO materials Management.” TMEI invests its time focusing on total asset integrity management, benchmarking tools, productivity assessments and outlining a clear view of where the money is going in an organizations day to day business processes. Even though maintenance management has been around for many years, TMEI has created a new and unique approach different from the other competitors. They pride themselves on maintenance excellence and in the belief that “the job is never actually done, maintenance is forever...” The company boasts hundreds of alliance team members from all over the world whom claim continuous reliability management is proving effective for profit optimization of their businesses.

Nothing may be as valuable as the face-to-face interaction provided by TMEI’s Truworkshops but for those interested without the extra time to spare TMEI is also offering online reliability maintenance training. This will allow help to those people not able to attend their meetings. Their website contains a variety of free information for download such as e-books, benchmarking and productivity assessment tools plus other online course materials for organizations interested in training themselves. This company also is offering facilities and organizations a free maintenance risk assessment proposal and e-book by Ralph Peters entitled Maximizing Maintenance Profit Optimization for download.

For those of you interested in going to a TruWorkshop scheduled meeting during this first quarter you may contact The Maintenance Excellence Institute direct using contact information in this press release.