CMMS Setup and Utilization
A fully functioning computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) enables maintenance professionals, along with the equipment and facilities they maintain, to operate effectively and efficiently. This course will assist maintenance and asset management professionals in evaluating their current CMMS along with those considering the purchase of a new CMMS. The course includes a wide breadth of information—from basic terminology, through managing the implementation of a new system.
You will learn the architectural building blocks of a CMMS including relationships among fields and tables, core and transactional records, the application of value lists, and features many maintenance practitioners are unaware exist within most computerized maintenance management software applications. You will leave with a much deeper understanding of what a CMMS can do for you, key considerations when selecting a system, specification and test criteria, tactics for setting up records for success, and how to extract information from a system.
Who Should Attend?
- Maintenance managers, supervisors, and team leaders
- Maintenance planners and schedulers
- All individuals responsible for selecting, implementing, and/or maintaining a CMMS
This course is part of the Maintenance and Reliability Management Certificate. Enhance your maintenance skills while earning a recognized credential.