Maintenance Decisions course set for May 25-26 at UofT
Toronto, ON -- Optimizing Maintenance Decisions to Achieve Excellence in Physical Asset Management is a C-MORE (C...
Toronto, ON — Optimizing Maintenance Decisions to Achieve Excellence in Physical Asset Management is a C-MORE (Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering) Masterclass taking place at the University of Toronto May 25 & 26, 2009, with Professor Andrew Jardine.
This Masterclass will provide maintenance managers, planners, schedulers and engineers with the know-how to select the most appropriate analytical tools, including software, for their maintenance decision making.
It focuses on the techniques of decision optimization, whether the decision is about replacement of component parts or replacement of entire equipment units. The concept of making the most optimal maintenance decision will be the principal concern of this Masterclass.
Jardine is a professor at the University of Toronto and director of the Centre for Maintenance Optimization and Reliability Engineering (C-MORE).
Masterclasses at C-MORE are based on its history of application-based research in the field of maintenance management and its connections to leading practitioners and consultants in the field. The objective of the programs is to combine high quality content delivered by leading instructors with the academic rigour of the University of Toronto, a world-class university.
These programs are designed to provide practitioners with first-hand knowledge to make them more effective in their workplaces in a short period of time through an intensive, interactive training environment.
For details on this class, visit http://www.mie.utoronto.ca/cmore/masterclass_main.html.