eMaint CMMS Brings Relevance and Practical Skills Into the Classroom through HETA Program
The Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) program is a rapidly expanding Group Training Association (GTA) providing engineering apprenticeships and skills training. Utilizing eMaint in the classroom provided several unexpected learning opportunities, especially centered around maintenance planning.
Helped Students Learn How To Create Job Plans
Illustrated the Benefits Of Planning and Scheduling
Prepared Students For Future Maintenance Roles
The Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) program is a rapidly expanding Group Training Association (GTA) providing engineering apprenticeships and skills training for over 250 companies in the Humber, England region. The program also offers learners a route into higher education with Higher National Certificate (HNC) and Higher National Diploma (HND) as progression routes into engineering degree programs. For the past three years, Steve Underwood has taught these courses for HETA.
Because about 85% of the program”™s coursework involves mechanical or electrical maintenance, Steve thought that a course about establishing maintenance plans for engineering and manufacturing plants with a CMMS component would be an extremely relevant addition to the program. When the concept was approved, he looked for an industry standard CMMS provider