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'The Griffin' releases Maintenance Operations Management

Posted 5/29/2013   Updated 5/29/2013 Email story   Print story


from 367th Training Support Squadron

5/29/2013 - HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah  -- The 367th Training Support Squadron, "The Griffin", released Maintenance Operations Management, an interactive multimedia instruction course for maintenance managers.

The Griffin has completed and uploaded Maintenance Operations Management (MOM) to ADLS this week. With more than 8,000 hours of production, contributions from 12 subject matter experts from multiple major commands, and a great amount of ingenuity, Maintenance Operations Management is now available.

This course is designed to teach management principles associated with maintenance career fields.

Not only can technical sergeants selects gain from the information delivered in the course, but junior officers, civilian managers, and Airmen of any rank can also benefit.

The course is organized into eight lessons: Maintenance Management Roles and Responsibilities, Safety Management, Supply Management, Status Reporting, Plans Scheduling and
Documentation, Maintenance Metrics, Aircraft/Equipment Maintenance Management, and Emergency Management. Each lesson covers a variety of topics organized into sub lessons that help to convey the information in a more straightforward way. To keep the information interesting; videos, graphics, and pictures are used in conjunction with written information.

"This course is a great first step for someone who wants or needs to know more about aircraft maintenance management. I encourage not only 2A technical sergeants to take the course but also young officers new to aircraft maintenance or operations," said Maj. Michael R. Bliss, The Griffin commander. "The more you understand the better leader you are. This is not an easy course, on average it takes five hours to complete. I encourage you to login and see what you can might be surprised."

Maintenance Operations Management can be viewed on the ADLS Gateway. Once Airmen login to ADLS, they need to click the ADLS Gateway link on the home page, click on A4MXTNG (the Maintenance badge), and find the course.

For additional information on offerings from The Griffin, contact Staff Sgt. Kevin Spalding at,DSN.

The 367th Training Support Squadron, "The Griffin" has been a training support squadron since 1992, and focus on innovating the way Air Force maintainers get the mission done. With more than 20 years' experience, The Griffin has produced countless training aides, interactive multimedia, and analyses on maintenance procedures in an effort to streamline and increase productivity in the maintenance community. They can help identify the root cause of problems, offer solutions, and even develop state of the art Interactive Multimedia Training to tackle issues.

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