People and Processes, Inc. becomes SMRP Tier 5 Training Provider

By People and Processes news release

Jun 16, 2015

People and Processes, Inc. has been approved as a SMRP Approved Provider for Training.

“People and Processes Inc. is recognized by the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) as an approved provider of continuing education and training aligned with key subject areas related to reliability and physical asset management” said Jon Krueger, SMRP executive director. “We’re excited that People and Processes are part of the program in its inaugural year.”

As a SMRP Approved Provider, People and Processes Inc. is recognized for its best-in-class continuing education training programs in reliability and physical asset management, and will be listed on the Approved Provider section of the SMRP website which is visited by more than 4,000 members.

People and Processes is a Tier 5 Approved Provider with courses that are taught as either Public Courses or onsite Private Courses at your location. The following courses are currently approved courses:

  • Maintenance Leadership and Supervision
  • Maintenance and Reliability Best Practices
  • Maintenance and Reliability for Managers – 4 Part Series
  • Maintenance Planning and Scheduling
  • Maintenance Storeroom and Materials Management
  • RCM2 Introductory Courses – An Aladon Network Course
  • RCM2 Facilitator Course – An Aladon Network Course

“At People and Processes, our goal continues to be serving and adding the highest value in the Maintenance and Reliability community. Achieving recognition from the Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) as an Approved Provider for Training is another strong indicator of our continuing commitment to that goal” commented Jeff Shiver, CMRP and Managing Principal of People and Processes.

 

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