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Rethink Maintenance Training Roadshow

On the Road Again ... to Philadelphia and Newark

Deadline to Register is this Friday, May 3

Upcoming Roadshow Dates

Register by Friday, May 3, to secure your spot.

Philadelphia, PA

  • Tuesday, May 14, 2019
  • 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • Hampton Inn – Philadelphia International Airport
    8600 Bartram Ave.
    Philadelphia PA 19153 

Newark, NJ

  • Wednesday, May 15, 2019
  • 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • Embassy Suites by Hilton –Newark Airport
    95 International Blvd.
    Elizabeth, NJ 07201

Our roadshows are designed for maintenance and reliability management professionals to learn more about how to institute a proactive culture, rather than a reactive one. With the information gained from industry leaders during this day-long seminar, and by investing nothing other than your time, you will be able to maximize your maintenance program, giving you peace of mind, and extra time and money for other projects. The event is a combination of learning sessions, blended with the opportunity to get answers to your most important maintenance and reliability questions, and hands-on time with new and emerging technologies. 

There will be two learning sessions in the morning followed by a FREE lunch. In the afternoon, there will be two more learning sessions. Each of the learning sessions will be led by a subject matter expert from one of the sponsor companies, which include Lubrication Engineers, Ludeca, People and Processes, and SDT Ultrasound Solutions.

This is a $1,000 value, and a unique training opportunity that you will NOT want to miss!


What Past Attendees Are Saying

I attended the 2017 Rethink Maintenance Roadshow in Baton Rouge, LA. The team did a great job with an overall pro-active mindset maintenance approach. 
– Brian Pertuit, CMRP, Manager, Reliability & Maintenance, Loop LLC

The event had great presentations on maintenance strategies as well as hands-on labs for ultrasound, lubrication and alignment. Each session was presented by an expert on the subject. I know I learned a few things and I guarantee anyone who attends will too! 
– Paul Crocker, Supervisor of Maintenance, Board of Public Utilities


This course provides a good basis on some commonly occurring maintenance inconsistencies and how they can be corrected, as well as what is available to improve maintenance routines and schedules.

– A.M., Cogeneration 
Supervisor, ADM

All the information was beneficial. Presenters addressed several of the issues at our plant. The equipment demonstrations cleared up some of the questions I had. Thank you! 

– R.R., Sr PDM
Methods, 3M

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