The Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) Leader CAT III course is perfect for those who want to take a lead role in an asset reliability program.
The Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] Category III ‘Reliability Program Leader’ course is intended for those who have taken the lead role in the reliability and performance improvement program. Great responsibility comes with this great opportunity, and the aim of this course is to set you up for success.
While technical knowledge is an advantage in this role, it is essential that you can lead people, communicate frequently and clearly, and have strong budget and project management skills. You must have a crystal clear vision of how the program will benefit the business and its employees, and a detailed plan, with milestones on how to achieve those goals. You must also understand the nature of the challenges that you will face and have a proactive strategy for overcoming those challenges.
This course is designed to prepare you for that role, and to strengthen your knowledge and skills if you already hold that position. It is based on 30+ years of experience seeing a relatively small number of companies truly succeed in their mission, and countless companies fail.
To ensure that your time put to best use, you can watch any part of the course, or the entire course, online before you attend the live event. And you can take it again soon afterwards to refresh your memory and improve your understanding.
Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) Leader CAT III
- Overview of the Implementation Strategy
- Establishing the Value of the Initiative
- Establishing Corporate-wide Support
- Supporting Information Management and Key Measures & Metrics
- Defect Elimination
- Managing a Multi-site Program
- Overcoming Common Challenges
- Continuous Improvement
CAT-IIx & CAT-IIIx
A Unique Opportunity for Reliability & Performance Improvement Professionals
Under normal reliability certification circumstances, you can take some training and have some experience, and you will take an exam and rightfully so, you are recognized for the knowledge that you have. But that doesn’t prove anything to do with your COMPETENCE. A person can be Category I, II or III because they understand what to do, but that doesn’t mean that they have ‘done it’. So we have created Category IIx and Category IIIx… X for eXperience. So Category IIx is the ‘Proven Reliability Engineer’ and the Category IIIx is the ‘Proven Reliability Program Leader’. So we will go through an audit process, an interview process, and a verification and validation process to find those individuals who have done it; they don’t just know about it, but they have done it.
We believe that this is a unique opportunity for people who have different levels of knowledge, and they should be recognized for that, but also the actual experience, they should be recognized for that. Recognition that you can do it and have done it.