2022 IDCON Courses
 
 
TAPPI is working with IDCON to present a combined set of courses that are designed to help you improve manufacturing reliability and lower costs.
 
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IDCON Training Events in 2022
 

Work Management Planning & Scheduling
February 22-24

In-Person and Online Training

This course gives you practice in how to perform the essential functions of this work management process.  You'll learn how to:

  • Screen and approve work orders based on real priorities not emotions
  • Manage your backlog
  • Plan work and schedule work that uses resources effectively
  • Implement a Work Management System that improves uptime and keeps your team safe

 

Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Process (S-TOP)
March 21-23

In-Person and Online Training

IDCON’s S-TOP training and implementation focuses on the vital phases that ensure efficient execution, improved safety, minimized downtime, and maximum use of resources. You’ll learn how to:

  • Challenge the status quo
  • Use risked based work selection
  • Assign the right resources
  • Plan strategies to reduce duration
  • Integrate schedules
  • Involve operations
  • Effective closeout

This course is recommended for anyone who is responsible for managing, planning, scheduling shutdowns in an industrial setting.

 

Root Cause Problem Elimination 
April 5-7

Online Training

You’ll learn a structured approach to problem elimination while learning a documentation method and implementation strategies for your organization. RCPE™ was created to be a simple process that can be applied down to the frontline where 80 to 90% of problems can be solved and eliminated.

 

Develop and Manage Preventive Maintenance
April 19-21

In-Person and Online Training

Get the confidence you need to develop and implement the right PM strategy for your plant that ensures your team is doing the right task at the right time. You’ll learn who should be included in launching the PM project, the fundamentals of Preventive Maintenance, Equipment Criticality Analysis technique, and how to document the PM tasks.

 

Essential Care and Basic Inspections
May 2-4

In-Person Only

Detecting failures early gives you the lead time to plan corrective maintenance. But does your team know the "why," "when" and "how" to complete essential care and inspection tasks?  IDCON's practical training teaches your operations and maintenance teams the best practices knowledge to perform fundamental tasks.

 

Work Management Planning & Scheduling
May 17-19

In-Person and Online Training

This course gives you practice in how to perform the essential functions of this work management process.  You'll learn how to:

  • Screen and approve work orders based on real priorities not emotions
  • Manage your backlog
  • Plan work and schedule work that uses resources effectively
  • Implement a Work Management System that improves uptime and keeps your team safe

 

Materials and Spare Parts Management
September

Waiting for parts to arrive impacts productivity, reliability, and the bottom line. Better management of this process is an untapped opportunity for organizations to improve reliability.  This IDCON training gives you a better understanding how to increase plant reliability and maintenance performance through improved management of spare parts and materials related information.

 

Work Management Planning & Scheduling
September 

This course gives you practice in how to perform the essential functions of this work management process.  You'll learn how to:

  • Screen and approve work orders based on real priorities not emotions
  • Manage your backlog
  • Plan work and schedule work that uses resources effectively
  • Implement a Work Management System that improves uptime and keeps your team safe

 

Develop and Manage Preventive Maintenance
October

Get the confidence you need to develop and implement the right PM strategy for your plant that ensures your team is doing the right task at the right time. You’ll learn who should be included in launching the PM project, the fundamentals of Preventive Maintenance, Equipment Criticality Analysis technique, and how to document the PM tasks.

 

Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Process (S-TOP)
November

IDCON’s S-TOP training and implementation focuses on the vital phases that ensure efficient execution, improved safety, minimized downtime, and maximum use of resources. You’ll learn how to:

  • Challenge the status quo
  • Use risked based work selection
  • Assign the right resources
  • Plan strategies to reduce duration
  • Integrate schedules
  • Involve operations
  • Effective closeout

This course is recommended for anyone who is responsible for managing, planning, scheduling shutdowns in an industrial setting.

 

Root Cause Problem Elimination
November

You’ll learn a structured approach to problem elimination while learning a documentation method and implementation strategies for your organization. RCPE™ was created to be a simple process that can be applied down to the frontline where 80 to 90% of problems can be solved and eliminated.

 
 

  
 

 
IDCON - A Uniquely Specialized Management Consulting Company

IDCON helps manufacturing and process industries maximize profits by improving these critical operations.

For more than four decades, IDCON’s reliability and maintenance strategies have been applied worldwide for the purpose of increasing production reliability and lowering costs. While traditional maintenance approaches focus almost exclusively on equipment, IDCON applies a philosophy emphasizing results through people.
 


 
Recognizing Leaders in Reliability and Physical Asset Management Training

Several IDCON courses have received the status of "Approved Provider" recognized by the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP).

The Approved Provider Education Program recognizes continuing education that align with the most relevant topics and best practices in the industry according to the Maintenance and Reliability Knowledge Committee's Body of Knowledge (BoK) pillars of knowledge.