Availability Workbench™ Training

AWB101 - Availability Workbench™ Overview


Course Duration: 2 Days

Course Overview:

A practical introductory course designed to introduce participants to a range of lifecycle simulation tools to develop and improve your asset management strategy. The purpose of this course is to introduce the full suite of tools available within Isograph's Availability Workbench™   so that it can be applied throughout the life of a project. 

Course Key Learning:

  • Introduces students to a suite of lifecycle simulation tools for modelling RCM and Availability. Includes additional analysis methods like Weibull and Process Reliability and covers integration with ERP/CMMS Systems such as SAP and Maximo. 
  • Introduces the use of leading software with in class and full featured use of hands on examples to re-enforce the concepts.
  • Provides the student an awareness of the full range of reliability methods available and their impact on the lifecycle performance of an asset including Availability and LCC calculations. 
  • Participants learn how Availability Workbench™   modules can drive asset management decisions on risk, cost, budget predictions, maintenance plans, work instructions, system availability, plant production losses, lifecycle costs.

Course Modules:

  • Introduction to AWB
  • Weibull Data Analysis
  • RCMCost
  • Availability Simulation
  • Life Cycle Cost Analysis (LCC)
  • ProcessReliability Analysis
  • Reporting and CMMS Integration

 

Who should attend?

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • Maintenance Superintendents
  • Design Engineers
  • Plant Managers
  • Asset Managers
  • LEAN Managers
  • Maintenance Strategists
  • Maintenance planners
  • Defect Elimination Managers
  • Project Engineers 

 

Industries that will benefit:

  • Mining & Mineral Processing
  • Power Generation
  • Rail
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food and Beverage
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport
  • Water and Sewer
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering & Maintenance Contractors
  • Chemical Industry
  • Utilities
  • Regulatory Bodies

 

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AWB201 - Using Availability Workbench™ 

 

Course Duration: 4 Days 

Course Overview:

A course designed to give the participant necessary skills to administer integrate and report in the organisational environment. The purpose of this course is to introduce the administrative tools and data structures for working with Isograph's Availability Workbench™  so that it can be applied effectively enterprise wide.

Course Key Learning:

  • Introduces students to the various options to install and administer Availability Workbench™   in an Organisational environment with multiple stakeholders and integrated systems.
  • Introduces the use of notes for reporting and to align ERP/CMMS systems. Teaches how to report using the inbuilt report writer. Introduces the Enterprise Module and how to administer, configure and manage on an ongoing basis.
  • This course provides the student an awareness of the administrative side of Availability Workbench™  to allow them to effectively configure the tools available to create an integrated Asset management corporate knowledge base.

Course Modules:

  • Introduction to Notes fields
  • Use of Data Types
  • Alignment of ERP/CMMS Systems
  • Alignment of Equipment, Materials, Labour and Criticality
  • Use of the Report Writer
  • System Administration of the Enterprise Module
  • Suggested Model configurations
  • Ongoing management
  • Database queries and Reporting

 

Who should attend?

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • ERP/CMMS System Administrators 
  • Maintenance Superintendents
  • Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Strategists
  • Planners
  • Facilitators

Industries that will benefit:

  • Mining & Mineral Processing
  • Power Generation
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food and Beverage
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport Rail, air, marine
  • Utilities: Water, Power, Comms
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering & Maintenance Contractors
  • Chemical Industry 

 

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AWB301 - Availability Workbench™  Special Model Configurations

 

Course Duration: 1 Day 

Course Overview:

A course designed to give the participant necessary skills to standardise data and forms to ensure consistency across the organisational environment. The purpose of this course is to introduce the tools within Isograph's Availability Workbench™   so that data external to reliability calculations can be stored and implemented in other organisational systems. Learn how to create templates for consistent outputs in a standardised format.

 

Course Key Learning:

  • Introduces students to the various options to creating standardised models that can be implemented in an organisational environment with multiple stakeholders and integrated systems. 
  • Introduces the use of notes and data types for reporting and to align ERP/CMMS systems. Teaches how to create AWB™ templates and documentation that can be rolled out across an organisation. 
  • This course provides the student with the skills to create Availability Workbench™ templates that allow them to interface to other systems.

Course Modules:

  • Introduction to Notes fields
  • Use of Data Types
  • Alignment of ERP/CMMS Systems
  • Alignment of Equipment, Materials, Labour and Criticality
  • Introductions to standards
  • Model creation exercises

Who should attend?

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • ERP/CMMS System Administrators 
  • Maintenance Superintendents
  • Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Strategists
  • Planners
  • Facilitator's

Industries that will benefit:

  • Mining & Mineral Processing
  • Power Generation
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food andBeverage
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport Rail, air, marine
  • Utilities: Water, Power, Comms
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering & Maintenance Contractors
  • Chemical Industry

 

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AWB401 - Availability Workbench Advanced Weibull

 

Course Duration: 1 Day

Course Overview:

A course designed to give the participant advanced skills to analyse data. The purpose of this course is to give exposure to the tools within Isograph's Availability Workbench™ so that data collected in an organisational environment can be used in the creation of AWB™ models to aid decision making and accuracy of outputs.

 

Course Key Learning:

  • Extends knowledge of Weibull Analysis and introduces students to various options to analysing data within Availability Workbench.
  • Introduces the new distributions and methods of analysing failure data and repair.
  • This course provides the student with the skills to analyse data using distributions available within Availability Workbench and create linked databases of Weibull Libraries.

Course Modules:

  • Weibull Revision
  • 2 Parameter Weibull
  • Phased Weibull
  • Bi-Weibull
  • Tri- Webull
  • Normal and Lognormal Distributions
  • Confidence Limits
  • Suspensions & CMMS Data
  • Weibays or not to Weibays
  • Creating an Linked Database of Weibull Libraries 

Who should attend?

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • ERP/CMMS System Administrators 
  • Maintenance Superintendents
  • Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Strategists
  • Planners
  • Facilitators

Industries that will benefit:

  • Mining & Mineral Processing
  • Power Generation
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food andBeverage
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport Rail, air, marine
  • Utilities: Water, Power, Comms
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering & Maintenance Contractors
  • Chemical Industry
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AWB501 - Availability Workbench "Realising the Value"

 

Course Duration: 2 Days 

Course Overview:

A course designed to guide the participant through some advanced exercises that demonstrate the value to senior managers interested in financial and production results. Students will use their skills to produce capital justifications from existing AWB models. In the second part they will assess the losses in a production plant and make improvements. Using the Availability WorkbenchTM they will demonstrate the impact of improvements on the daily production slate.

 

Course Key Learning:

  • Extends knowledge of Life Cycle Costing and Introduces students to various options to justifying capital with Availability WorkbenchTM. Introduces methods of justifying capital such as NPV, ROI, Payback, etc 
  • Identify process variance, losses and demonstrate the impact of improvements in the daily production figures. 
  • This course provides the student with the opportunity to show their organisations how to realise the value from reliability modelling.

Course Modules:

  • LCC Revision
  • New Capital Projects
  • Capital Upgrade Justification
  • Feedback Mechanisms
  • LCC Set Up for Model Feedback
  • Weibays or not to Weibays
  • Data Extraction and Reporting 

Who should attend?

  • Reliability Engineers
  • Engineering Managers
  • ERP/CMMS System Administrators 
  • Maintenance Superintendents
  • Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Strategists
  • Planners
  • Facilitators

Industries that will benefit:

  • Mining & Mineral Processing
  • Power Generation
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food andBeverage
  • Manufacturing
  • Transport Rail, air, marine
  • Utilities: Water, Power, Comms
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Engineering & Maintenance Contractors
  • Chemical Industry
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