A sustainable TPM program requires leadership.
Productivity Inc. and The Ohio State University created the Total Productive Maintenance Certification Program to give you the knowledge needed to be that leader.
2016 Session, Columbus, OH
Week 1 - July 11–15
This highly interactive, fully accredited program is designed for corporate and plant personnel looking to learn, launch, and lead a proven, systemic, equipment and maintenance management improvement process—Total Productive Maintenance (TPM). Combining classroom learning with simulations, group exercises, targeted discussion sessions, and shopfloor application, expert industry leaders and educators teach the concepts and tools of TPM in depth. Participants learn how to establish the daily management behaviors that will sustain TPM and ensure alignment with overall improvement and Environmental, Health, and Safety goals.
Over four non-consecutive weeks, attendees participate in a series of learning modules focused on the three critical areas for success: Planning, Doing, and Leading. Between session weeks on the campus of The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business, students implement TPM projects at their own companies and present results during the next session week.
TPMC graduates will gain overall knowledge of the eight pillars of TPM and will be able to:
To qualify, all participants must have a management sponsor, who will attest to the results achieved in on-the-job assignments. Participants must be affiliated with a manufacturing or service organization actively pursuing process improvement techniques, and should have a fundamental understanding of TPM and lean techniques.
Participants who successfully complete the four-week training and mentoring program, pass the certification exam, and demonstrate successful implementation in their own facility are certified by Productivity Inc. and the Fisher College of Business as TPM Managers and earn 16 CEUs.
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