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Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort

October 11, 2023 - February 15, 2024
Virtual
Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort

Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort

RLI Community of Practice
RLI MEMBERS EXCLUSIVE

* Please note that all sessions are set for EST
Course and Session Training Location(s) Session Title Date Start Time End Time
2023/COH/08 - S1
Virtual (Zoom Meeting) Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort Wednesday, October 11, 2023 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
2023/COH/08 - S2 Virtual (Zoom Meeting) Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort Wednesday, October 18, 2023 9:00 AM 10:00 AM
2023/COH/08 - S3 Virtual (Zoom Meeting) Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort
Wednesday, October 25, 2023 9:00 AM
10:00 AM
2023/COH/08 - S4 Virtual (Zoom Meeting) Sustainability [Sus] Activation Cohort 120-day Post Activation Cohort declaration Thursday, February 15, 2024 9:00 AM 10:00 AM

Activation Cohort

Cohort-based learning has emerged as a compelling model for professionals to master new skills and apply them in the real world. It combines the best of new and traditional learning models. Plus, data shows that not only do cohort-based sessions have high completion rates—they also contribute significantly to participants’ career development.

What is Cohort-Based Learning?

Cohort-based learning is a competency-based learning [CBL] approach in which a group of learners moves through a topic or series of topics together. Today, the term cohort-based learning often refers to online or hybrid courses with collaborative elements. However, this learning model may also seem familiar to most people from school and higher education, in which classmates' complete coursework and assessments at the same pace.

Many of the most in-demand skills today, like critical thinking and innovation, fall into the category of “soft skills.” They are sometimes referred to as “power skills.”

Since many of these skills are best developed through practice, the more interactive model of cohort-based programs makes them more impactful than traditional learning models relying on lectures or reading. The programs that Reliability Leadership Institute offers in areas like leadership and innovation draw heavily on interactive work and coaching to ensure students walk away with both a deeper understanding of theory and the ability to apply it.

Effective cohort-based programs don’t just address immediate skill gaps or company needs; they also provide learners with the tools to engage in ongoing upskilling and reskilling. That’s why 94% of our past participants report that their coursework has positively impacted their career development, and 9 out of 10 agree that it has benefited their company or organization.

  • Session 1 part 1: Rules of the Game [how the cohort operates to create the best opportunities for the promised outcomes]
  • Session 1 part 2: Practice Exchange [each participant provides a snapshot of current practice and the top three challenges that are standing in the way of objectives]
  • Session 2 part 1: Common Challenges and Lessons Learned Cohort Discussion [Cohort members each bring enquiries, possibilities and opportunity sets].
  • Session 2 part 2: Each cohort member offers a learning resource related to the topic [a passport section, an article or book excerpt, a video clip or something original]
  • Session 3: Each cohort members reports three learning takeaways and any action commitments. Final Opportunity for each cohort member to declare domain belt projects to create a new future that was not going to happen anyway.

A Final Cohort Report will be issued by the RLI Support Team and Reliabilityweb.com Publishing to summarize the specific Cohort experience for future reference and for sharing with the cohorts wider teams in the enterprise.

A 120-day post cohort meeting will be scheduled [online] to report results and reconnect with fellow cohort members.

[1] The 10 Rights of Digitalization Cohort is based on the [Purple] Uptime Elements IoT Domain and Passport section that discusses ten success factors for digitalization strategies

[2] Reliability Engineering for Maintenance Cohort is based on the {Orange] REM Domain in Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System. Topics are varied but focused on failure elimination through Criticality Analysis, Reliability Strategy Development, Reliability Engineering, Root Cause Analysis, Reliability-centered Design and Capital Projects

[3] Asset Condition Management Cohort is based on the [Green] ACM Domain in Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System. Topics focus on two primary areas, precision techniques like Alignment, Balancing [AB], and Lubrication [LU can expand to use of Uptime Elements Lubrication Framework] to Asset Condition Information [ACI] and condition monitoring technologies like Vibration Analysis [VIB], Ultrasound Testing [UT], Infrared Thermal Imaging [IR], Electrical Signature Analysis for Motor Testing [MT] and Fluid Analysis [FA].

[4] The Work Execution Management Cohort is based on the [Blue] WEM Domain in Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System. Topics are varied but focused on Work Control and Management. Topics range from Preventive Maintenance [PM], Planning and Scheduling {PS], CMMS/EAM, MRO Spare Parts Management [MRO], Operator Driven Reliability [ODR] and Defect Elimination [DE] as a work type.

[5] The Leadership for Reliability Cohort is based on the [Red] LER Domain in Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System. Topics are varied but focused on gaining Executive Sponsorship [ES], Operational Excellence [Opx], the Reliability Leadership Journey [RJ], and the 3D Leadership Framework of Integrity [INT], Authenticity, Responsibility and working toward an Aim bigger than oneself.

[6] The Asset Management Cohort is focused on using Uptime Elements Reliability Framework as an Asset Management System compatible with ISO 55001. Topics may include Strategy/Planning [SP], Strategic Asset Management Plan [SAMP], Risk Management [RI], Decision Making [DM], Asset Knowledge [AK], Asset Lifecycle Management [ALM], and Performance Indicators [PI], and other elements that combine to create a compliant asset management system

[7] People and Culture at Work [PcW] Cohort is based on Human Capital Management [HCM], Competency Based Learning [CBL] from Uptime Elements Reliability Framework as an Asset Management System and the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion manifesto from the Reliability Leadership Foundation Consortiums.

[8] The Sustainability Cohort is based on Corporate Responsibility [CR] from Uptime Elements Reliability Framework as an Asset Management System and the Uptime Elements Sustainability work from the Reliability Leadership Foundation Consortiums



Reliability Leadership Institute

Established in 2015 as a Community of Practice (CoP), the Reliability Leadership Institute® (RLI) includes leading asset owners, engineering consulting firms, and solution providers from the public and private sectors. These organizations have joined together to enhance the business effectiveness and sustainability of reliability and asset management through RLI peer-to-peer collaboration, active project management, research, related initiatives, and industry alliances.

For more information on RLI, contact: crm@reliabilityweb.com

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