TPM Certification Course in India
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) is an all-inclusive method of equipment maintenance that attempts to achieve flawless production (zero defects). This means that equipment is predictable to possess zero failures, slow runs, or defects. Total Productive Maintenance also promotes a secure working atmosphere with a zero accident strategy.
The Total Productive Maintenance Professional Certification offered through ISEL GLOBAL develops your expertise in TPM methodology and TPM Implementation framework by getting a hand of knowledge and practical understanding on TPM Tools, TPM Pillars, Six Big Losses, Overall Equipment Effectiveness, Lean Manufacturing, Hoshin kanri Strategy, Total Quality Management TQM, Six Sigma DMAIC Methodology using real case scenarios and live projects.
TPM Course Outcome:
- Re-arrangement of the business through the development of human resources and plant equipment.
- It generates a cheerful, clean, pleasing factory.
- This means to strengthen people and facilities, subsequently resulting in a revitalized association.
- Increases Overall Equipment Effectiveness.
- Improves Cross-Functional Working by removing departmental walls.
- Makes possible Man-less Operation, Factory-operation.
- Makes Lean-Production and JIT possible.
Total Productive Maintenance may be a theory with the aim to take advantage of the output of amenities by moving the accountability for steady upkeep to employees. It contains 8 pillars, each covering methods to get rid of losses and waste. The Total Productive Maintenance Concept certification offered completely through ISEL GLOBAL, is meant to determine the straightforward concept of Total Productive Maintenance and check you on those theories.
MODULE 01- HISTORY OF TPM
Learn and Understand the TPM, its history, and its origin. How Total Productive Maintenance was originated, and who was the founder of this concept.
MODULE 02- INTRODUCTION TO TPM
In this module learn the Introduction to TPM, TPM definition, and its background. In this module learn six preventable losses that a TPM professional is expected to work upon.
MODULE 03- OVERVIEW OF TPM
An overview module features majorly all aspects of TPM. In this module get familiar with TPM goals and objectives. Know the six preventable losses of TPM. Also in this module understand the TPM basics and workflow structure, Benefits, Paradigm Shift, and TPM rollout model.
MODULE 04- IMPLEMENTATION OF TPM
In this module learn and apply the Steps For Implementing TPM in an organization. Know the 12 step TPM implementation strategy.
MODULE 05- TPM TOOLS
In this module of TPM Professional, learn all the Tools of TPM. A comprehensive idea of TPM tools like Kaizen, Kanban, OEE, 6S, Poka Yoke, RCA, AM, and many more is available.
MODULE 06- TPM & LEAN MANUFACTURING
In this module of TPM professional, understand the relation of TPM & Lean tools in context to manufacturing implementation.
MODULE 07- TPM & TQM - A BOND
Know the relation between TPM & TQM - A bond between 2 methodologies, Total Productive Maintenance & Total Quality Management.
MODULE 08- TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT OVERVIEW
A brief overview of Total Quality Management, its importance, and role in an industrial setup.
MODULE 09- TYPES OF TPM MAINTENANCE
Know about the types of maintenance involved with TPM. Know their activities, usage, and application.
MODULE 10- OVERALL EQUIPMENT EFFECTIVENESS
This is one of the most important areas of TPM, ie Overall Equipment Effectiveness. Know about OEE, its application, working, and benefits. Also, understand the six big losses of manufacturing, OEE FAQ, and a Case Study on OEE.
MODULE 11- HOSHIN KANRI
This Hoshin Kanri module talks in detail about the Hoshin concept. Know the Hoshin kanri Strategy, its Planning, the Plan Development, and Implementation of a Strategy. Also, learn the main Tools of Hoshin.
MODULE 12- TPM PILLARS
The Pillars of Total Productive Maintenance. Learn in detail about TPM pillars like 6S, Autonomous Maintenance (JISHU HOZEN), Focused Improvement, Planned Maintenance, Quality Maintenance, Early Management / Development Management, Training and Education, Safety, Health and Environment, Office TPM.
MODULE 13- ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Learn about Organizational Change Management in this module. Know the basic steps that every company must undergo when creating change.
MODULE 14- TPM CHALLENGES
Know a few caveats of TPM. The largest of those is that it is incredibly difficult to deploy effectively.
MODULE 15- SIX SIGMA METHODOLOGY
This module emphasis on Six Sigma the initiative. Know the six sigma methodology, its DMAIC framework, and its relation to TPM in solving complex manufacturing problems.
MODULE 16- SIX SIGMA MEASURE PHASE
MODULE 17- SIX SIGMA ANALYSIS PHASE
MODULE 18- SIX SIGMA IMPROVE PHASE
MODULE 19- SIX SIGMA CONTROL PHASE
MODULE 20- SIX SIGMA AND TPM BONDAGE
Six Sigma and TPM Bondage. For manufacturing, one important methodology that Six Sigma can bring to the table is Total Productive Maintenance.
MODULE 21- TPM CASE STUDY - HYDRAULIC LEAK REDUCTION
This Manufacturing Organization faces competitive pressures to lower costs and reduce variability, or defects. They used Six Sigma as a production philosophy that uses data, processes, and tools to nearly eliminate defects and bring performance close to perfection.
MODULE 22- TPM CASE STUDY - PRESSURE REGULATOR
This is about work that was performed in regards to a pressure regulator to improve the reliability and performance. The team analyzed the current configuration, developed strategies to improve it, and then tested the strategies.
MODULE 23- TPM CASE STUDY - STICKY FOIL
The sticky foil defect occurs when customers running products on their machines encounter a “tear-out” where the sheet of foil rips or tears out, and production must be stopped.
TPM Course Learning Objectives:
- To understand TPM premises, pillars, and the tools & techniques
- To understand the concepts of TPM pillars
- To know the method of developing the foundation for TPM pillars
- To know the system of building the steps in each pillar
- To understand the roles & responsibilities of employees at various levels in building a sustainable TPM system
- To understand the methods to develop a monitoring system based on the TPM Master Plan
- To understand the TPM Implementation and strategy
- To Become a Certified TPM professional and earn a globally acclaimed certification for better career growth and opportunity
This TPM course can be done by anyone, willing to learn the TPM practices and TPM methodology from basic to advance levels. There are no eligibility criteria for this TPM course.
A tentative list of few profiles who are most likely or recommended to do the Certified TPM Professional Certification are:
- Production and Maintenance Engineers
- Plant Managers
- Lean Practitioners / Lean Consultant
- Heads of Process
- Heads of the manufacturing units
- Quality and Production and Process Control Managers
- Production Supervisors
- Industrial Engineers
- Students aspiring for Production or manufacturing jobs in any manufacturing industry
- Job seekers looking to find employment in quality or maintenance departments of various companies
- Employees looking for a better role can prove to their employers the value of their skills through this certification
On successful completion of the course and course requisites, the candidate will receive an Internationally recognized Certified TPM Professional Certification.
Certification Accredited by CSSC, IQF USA & UKAC United Kingdom.
This course offers the Certified TPM Professional Certification Validation Tool for Employers
Your Certified TPM Professional Certification Validation Tool can be used by employers, clients, and other stakeholders to validate the authenticity of the Lean Certifications you have received. Using the programming code located on your certified Lean Management certification, one can see all your training and certification details online.