The Maintenance Planning, Scheduling and Coordination skill set is part of the MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical, nationally recognised qualification. It is designed to develop your skills in leadership, innovation and continuous improvement, planning and estimating, quality assurance/compliance, systems and IT.
You can choose to focus on either the electrical or mechanical stream of this skill set.
In this course you will develop skills in:
- Designing maintenance strategies, procedures and methods for asset management
- Planning and scheduling planned and unplanned work
- Diagnosing breakdown problems
- Carrying out quality inspections on jobs
- Liaising with client departments and customers
- Arranging specialist procurement of fixtures, fittings or components
- Controlling maintenance tools, stores and equipment
- Monitoring and controlling maintenance costs
- Dealing with emergency and unplanned problems and repairs
- Writing maintenance strategies to help with installation and commissioning guidelines
Next dates for delivery
- 2 February to 22 June | Tuesdays 5pm to 8pm
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This skill set is one of three made of units from the MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical. SM TAFE delivers these skill sets in tandem with the diploma qualification each semester, so that workers seeking to specialise in mechanical or electrical engineering can reach their study goals flexibly.
You can choose to study one or all the skill sets from the diploma, but we recommend you enrol into the Diploma if you plan to study all the skill sets and wish to apply for a VET Student Loan.
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This course requires 3 hours a week expected attendance at campus for workshops and lectures and approximately 6 to 8 hours a week online study using eCampus, featuring our Blackboard Learning Management System, where students will access learning content, assignments and lesson plans.
On completion of this course you will receive a Statement of Attainment and may be able to work as a Maintenance Coordinator or if you have the relevant experience, a Maintenance Supervisor, Planner or Manager.
This skill set forms part of MEM50212 Diploma of Engineering - Technical, which provides pathways towards university entry requirements.