Training evaluations

Our RCM-students evaluate our trainings. Below the averages and evaluations are found.

What is the overall score for this training?

  • 89%

How often are you going to use the RCM knowledge?

  • 40% Daily
  • 30% Weekly
  • 30% Monthly
  • 0% Yearly
  • 0% Never

Which score do you give for the training materials?

  • 87%

How useful is this training for your colleges?

  • 86%

Which score do you give the RCM knowledge of the trainer?

  • 96%

Which score do you give for the interaction of the trainer and the group?

  • 89%

Would you recommend this training to your colleges?

  • 90% Yes
  • 5% Maybe
  • 5% No

Would you be interested to join RCM Level 2 as well?

  • 90% Yes
  • 0% Maybe
  • 10% No

Which added value has RCM for your company and your colleges?

  • For RCM 1 this can definitely bring colleagues on the same level regarding on terms and definitions of RCM. Thinking in functions and how assets may fail on a structured way.
  • RCM has value, but for 99% of our work, quick maintenance is sufficient and all that we have time for. We need more internal training on quick maintenance and standard equipment maintenance strategies for various types of equipment.
  • Asset control, cost savings, increase reliability
  • This course would be good for new reliability engineers
  • It is helping to determine spare parts as well
  • During an Root Cause Analysis (RCA), helping to determine root causes
  • For projects, new or upgrade process/equipment, helping to determine correct equipment and maintenance process
  • Awareness around the use of PdM techniques and Preventive Maintenance.
  • Right now, PdM and PM are still regarded as needless to some (mainly older) mechanics, operators,…
  • A simplified version of this course could be really interesting to explain the principles and use behind the reliability mindset.
  • Our management and supervision should also be aware of the fact that working with a reliability mindset should result in decreasing emergency downtime.
  • In the end, we are all working towards the same goal: Reducing downtime
  • Right now, it feels like we tend to relapse to firefighting when there are issues in the plant, while this is the time were we should re-assess our preventive workorders / maintenance strategies.
  • A different approach to finding root cause and optimizing maintenance practices/routines.
  • I gained a comprehensive introduction to the principles of RCM.
  • Changes the mindset to think of systems and equipment as functional failures instead of component failures.
  • The overall methodology and training materials are very helpful.
  • It gives a better knowledge base for assessing reliability and maintenance plans for all equipment types in our plant.
  • Terminology and the reliability philosophy. Specifically FMEA and RCM differences
  • It is going to help me in the processes at customers. Explaining Maintenance Engineers there is more to maintenance than Assets and Flocs.
  • It gives me a different way of thinking about processes at our plant.
  • The content of this training is very useful for our company.
  • Provides a structured approach to creating the foundations that result in good, well thought out maintenance activities.
  • RCM has taught us best practices for making sure we have the correct preventative maintenance plans in place for our equipment and can detect potential failures.