Programa for TPM Coordinators

We train you as a true change agent and leader
for the advanced development of TPM in your company.

TPM Coordinator Development

The purpose of the online training program is to develop the leaders who are responsible for the implementation of the TPM in their companies. You will receive instruction on TPM principles and strategies to develop the eight TPM pillars suggested by the Japanese Plant Maintenance Institute (JIPM).

In this program you will acquire the necessary knowledge to design, implement and lead TPM activities from their initial stages to the advanced ones. We will give you the knowledge and useful experience to develop TPM management systems, formulate strategies, develop projects to improve economic impact and periodically assess the progress of each of the steps of the pillars. An excellent set of printed and digital pedagogical material will be at your disposal.

Program Structure

Purpose from the personal

  • Development of competencies to lead and manage TPM in a factory
  • Know how to establish the TPM structure and prepare the master plan for implementation
  • Knowing strategies to intervene in the factory culture and how to create new work habits in the workshops.
  • Purpose from the technical

  • Understand the operation of each of the eight TPM pillars and learn to develop the steps of the methodology
  • Develop ability to use the different TPM techniques
  • Learn to plan and assess the development strategy of the TPM
  • Purpose from management

  • Plan and set project goals in each phase, with their corresponding indicators.
  • Organize work schedules, monitoring and presentation of results to management
  • Renew the communication system in the factory, through walks in the Gemba, visual management and conversations for action.
  • Addressed to:

    Very useful program for professionals with factory experience, leading human teams, either supporting the technical aspects of the facilities, as well as supporting the development of operational staff competencies.


    The program lasts more than eighty hours of instruction, four online tutorials and four laboratories on methodology. The deadline for this program is four months.


    The registration fee for this programme is - £1,200 plus VAT - The above value includes: access to online lessons, TPM tool labs, four expert tutoring sessions, downloadable support material in Word format, Excel (over forty formats), PDF, technical notes and programme certificate.

    The program is designed with different learning spaces:

    Eleven units of online study , covering the eight TPM pillars suggested by the Japanese Plant Maintenance Institute (JIPM).

    Four online tutorials of one hour each, where the student can exchange ideas with expert turores who will help him organize the work plan for his company.

    Four laboratories for the practice of TPM techniques for the analysis and elimination of breakdowns.

    This advanced training program for TPM Coordinators has been designed taking into account the guidelines of the Japanese Plant Maintenance Institute (JIPM), new developments in the direction of human talent, generative leadership, and optimal maintenance models of industrial facilities. It constitutes a true training program for internal TPM Coordinators and consultants. In addition to teaching you a set of techniques and procedures used for the development of the TPM pillars, we are interested in training you as a TPM project coordinator for your company.

    Unit 1.
    Fundamental principles TPM - Definitions, History of TPM, key features of the TPM, TPM as a management system, structure for its development, etc.

    Unit 2.
    Productivity, efficiency and operational excellence. How to improve the reliability of industrial facilities

    Unit 3.
    Autonomous maintenance. Organizational principles, steps for its development, progress audits, visual management, training programs and people development.

    Unit 4.
    Planned maintenance. Efficient maintenance model, development of pillar steps, management of equipment breakdowns and support for the development of autonomous maintenance.

    Unit 5.
    Focused improvements. Loss tree construction, methodology for continuous improvement, management of ME projects, tools for analysis and study of problems, promotion of a culture of continuous improvement.

    Unit 6.
    Learning and training Education model for TPM, step structure, development of internal trainers, formulation of skills to be developed, definition of programs and recognition of training leaders.

    Unit 7.
    Quality Maintenance - Quality losses, steps for the methodology of solving quality problems, center line management, structure and development of the pillar.

    Unit 8.
    Initial Control - Methodological processes, integration with Planed Maintenance, pillar structure and methodological development of the steps.

    Unit 9.
    Safety and environmental management through the principles of autonomous maintenance and 5S strategy.

    Unit 10.
    TPM in the support areas. Development of 5S and AM in logistics, engineering and project departments. Techniques to eliminate losses in administrative processes.

    Unit 11.
    The TPM Coordinator: Analysis of the competences of a TPM coordinator. Strategies for involving employees in the development process.