Course Description

NC State University, in partnership with Marshall Institute, offers you a three-week diploma program that will develop your maintenance and reliability knowledge and sharpen your leadership skills for today's increasingly competitive global marketplace. This program will expose you to real-world examples and will provide you with practical knowledge and skills applicable in your plant or facility. Earning this diploma will represent solid evidence of your successful completion of the course requirements and will illustrate your dedication to becoming more knowledgeable in the field of maintenance and reliability management.

Choose between classes offered on the East Coast (Raleigh, NC) and on the West Coast (San Diego, CA).

Why You Should Attend

Today's modern process and manufacturing industries are complex and asset intensive, requiring them to be maintained in a manner that maximizes uptime while minimizing operational costs. In addition, plants and facilities must be maintained so that process safety and asset integrity are not compromised. Well-trained maintenance and reliability professionals are needed to accomplish these objectives.

Who Should Attend

  • Operations Vice Presidents, Managers
  • Production Vice Presidents, Supervisors
  • Engineering Vice Presidents
  • Maintenance Directors, Managers, Supervisors, Engineers, Superintendents, and other maintenance personnel
  • Reliability Managers, Engineers
  • Manufacturing Managers
  • Storeroom Managers
  • Continuous Improvement Managers
  • TPM Coordinators
  • Plant Engineers

Attend and You Will Learn / Expected Outcome

Expected Outcomes

  • Understand preventive/predictive maintenance
  • Learn reliability-centered, maintenance/PM optimization
  • Acquire maintenance prevention/reliability engineering skills

Attend and You Will Learn

  • Integration of the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) and the work processes
  • Work preparation and planning
  • Scheduling maintenance activities
  • Long-, mid-, and short-term schedules
  • Tools for identifying waste in work processes
  • Equipment criticality analysis and work prioritization
  • Measuring

Applies Towards the Following Certificates


Enroll Now - Select a section to enroll in

Section Title
Maintenance and Reliability Management II: Work Flow and Materials Management
Nov 09, 2020 to Nov 13, 2020
Course Fee(s)
Late Registration Fee non-credit $2,195.00
Section Notes

This class will be online delivered virtually via Zoom.

Please note: fees increase two weeks before the start of the course.


Section Title
Maintenance and Reliability Management II: Work Flow and Materials Management
M, T, W, Th, F
8:00AM to 5:00PM
Aug 30, 2021 to Sep 03, 2021
Schedule and Location
Contact Hours
Course Fee(s)
Registration Fee non-credit $1,995.00
Section Notes

You can also register by mail or fax by downloading the registration form here.

Please note: fees increase two weeks before the start of the course.