Advanced RCM3 Facilitator Course
August 08 - August 19, 2016
5046 Mainway, Burlington, ON L7L 5Z1 Canada
The RCM3 Facilitator Course is a 10 day syndicated course introducing the skills necessary to successfully lead an RCM3 analysis. An experienced Aladon Certified Practitioner will teach you to understand the competencies of a facilitator through classroom application and coaching using real world case studies.
An RCM3 analysis conducted by a competent facilitator significantly increases asset performance while improving safety and environmental compliance and reducing risk (physical and economic) and unexpected costs. A qualified facilitator will maximize the quality and consistency of the asset reliability program and support the resulting cultural change. During the Advanced RCM3 Facilitator training the concepts of RCM3 are reinforced and the participants apply these by practicing their facilitation skills in a controlled, coached environment.
Note that this course is also a requirement for becoming a Certified RCM3 Facilitator in the Aladon Certified Facilitator Program.
As an Aladon Certified Facilitator you will be eligible for ‘Associate’ membership in The Aladon Network where you can further develop your skills, share ideas and experiences with our Aladon Network members and Certified Aladon Practitioners.
The Aladon Certified Facilitator Program assists you in taking all of your RCM3 classroom training to the next level in your organization. The program is designed to provide the appropriate amount of coaching and mentoring to build your competency to the quality levels expected by the Certified Practitioners in The Aladon Network itself. Once you pass the technical audits for RCM3, and the certification exam, you will be recognized as an Aladon Certified Facilitator and an ‘Associate Member’ in The Aladon Network. This certification not only elevates your credibility within your company but also with your peers in industry and academia around the world.
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