If you want to take the next step in your maintenance maturity growth or you think that the workforce can benefit from training and coaching, MaxGrip can provide seasoned experts with ample coaching and teaching experience to bring your people to the next level. Data, technology, processes and people are all essential building blocks for a sustainable asset performance management growth strategy. We understand how all of these elements are connected and can train your staff to foster the adoption by your people as this is pivotal in realizing your business goals.
MaxGrip offers active learning opportunities during asset management training and coaching sessions on all levels; whether your technical workforce can use a boost in knowledge, need over-the-shoulder coaching or your maintenance and operations managers need a sounding board to improve strategic skills and strategies – on-site and remote.
A Complete Program or Single-Focus Deep Dive
The best results regarding an organization’s maturity growth and adoption by the workforce are achieved when a training program is embedded as part of a full improvement program. MaxGrip usually starts these training programs with self assessments based on our proven approach (the Asset Improvement Mapping). Using the outcomes, we create and deliver bespoke training sessions for the sites, fully attuned to their needs. The knowledge boost modules are combined with on the job assignments, applying the newly-acquired skills to daily practice. MaxGrip consultants also coach your staff throughout the training program to get the most out of it.
If a complete training program is not needed or perhaps a step too far at this moment, we can also offer a specific single-focus deep-dive training or workshop. The focus or skill can be determined together or can be based on your indication of low-hanging fruit skill improvements of the team or missing skill sets in your organization.
Trainings we have given to maintenance staff:
Failure mode, effects, and criticality analysis (FMECA)
Developing and reviewing maintenance strategies
Developing long-term asset management plans
Articulating operational risks