IDCON Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program

Online Course
Monday, April 20, 2020 to Tuesday, April 21, 2020

This two-day course presented through a TAPPI partnership teaches you how to stay on budget and minimize downtime through IDCON's 6-step process that focuses on countdown actions, tools, and resource optimization.

April 20-21, 2020

Manage Your Shutdown Effectively

Many industries spend the majority of their maintenance budget on shutdowns while turnarounds are a significant source of downtime.  Both affect your bottom line through lost production. 

IDCON's two-day Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program training teaches you how to stay on budget and minimize downtime through a 6-step process that focuses on countdown actions, tools, and resource optimization. 

IDCON courses are priced at $989 per student per course.   This price includes all materials, lunches and breaks.  

This course aligns with the Work Management Pillar of the Body of Knowledge, participants will receive 12 hours of education.

Download the Course Outline for additional details. 

Registration Details

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For additional questions or to pay by PO, call Robin Kent at 919-723-2685.

IDCON Shutdown Turnaround Optimization Program

Monday, April 20, 2020

This two-day course presented through a TAPPI partnership teaches you how to stay on budget and minimize downtime through IDCON's 6-step process that focuses on countdown actions, tools, and resource optimization.
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IDCON Work Management: Planning and Scheduling - April 2020

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

This two-day course presented through a TAPPI partnership with IDCON teaches you best practices in efficiencies from job responsibilities to how to prepare work orders that support manufacturing reliability and maintenance.
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IDCON Materials and Spare Parts Management Course

Monday, May 18, 2020

Offered through a TAPPI partnership with IDCON, this two-day class covers how to develop effective materials management work processes, repair-and-return practices, “stock” or “not stock” decision making, the impact of materials management on reliability, key master data quality, and much more.
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