Length: 2 Days
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Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA) Training

Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA) Training is a 2-day training program that covers the Knowlege and skills on performing an MTA. Participants will learn how to identify, describe and analyze each step of the repair process. After steps are analyzed and described, they would learn how to physically perform the tasks, allocate resources and perform the task.

Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA) course covers the identification of the steps, spares, and materials, tools, support equipment, personnel skill levels, and facility issues considered for any given repair task. MTA also includes the elapse times required for the performance of each maintenance task covering both corrective and preventative maintenance tasks and, when complete, identify all physical resources required to support a system.



THE MTA course is designed for engineers, technicians, analysts, acquisition specialists, and program/project managers:

  • Fleet/asset managers
  • Maintenance planners and managers
  • Reliability engineers
  • Field service
  • Logisticians
  • Maintenance technicians
  • Supportability professionals

Course Outline

Overview of Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)

  • What is Maintenance Task Analysis (MTA)?
  • An Introduction to Maintenance Task Analysis
  • key principles of repair or maintenance process
  • The Purpose of MTA
  • Benefits of MTA
  • Performing Maintenance Task Analysis
  • Fast and Effective Analysis for Less Critical Assets
  • Utilizing MTA Results
  • How your organization can use MTA to review and validate tasks
  •  MTA and integrated product team (IPT) environment
  • Resource requirements that result from the MTA process
  • How to apply MTA for new and fielded operational systems

Introduction to Product Support Analysis

  • Supportability and Sustainment
  • Logistics Product Data
  • Product Support Analysis Implementation
  • Supportability Optimization
  • RCM 101: Reliability Centered Maintenance Course
  • Introduction to LORA: Level of Repair Analysis Course
  • key concepts of SFMECA: Supportability, Failure Modes, Effects, Criticality Analysis

Acquisition Physical Support Requirements

  • Overview of DoD 5000 Process
  • Acquisitions requirements documents
  • Initial Capability Description (ICD)
  • Capability Development Document (CDD)
  • Capability Production Document (CPD)
  • Design constraints and limitations

MTA Analysis Tasks

  • Logistics product data elements
  • Analysis of supportability during the design, development, and initial fielding of a system, end item, or product
  • Logistics Product Data
  • Product Support Analysis (PSA)
  • The total elapsed time for the task
  • The skill level of the person (or persons) required to perform
  • Technical capabilities, knowledge and experience
  • Methods to ensure proper task performance
  • Facility implications s
  • Items compliance with all supportability issues
  • Ease of maintenance or accessibility and standardization

Repair Process and Resources

  • Supportability in Design, Early Production and Development
  • Repair and Maintenance Planning
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM) considerations
  • Physical Configuration Audit (PCA)

Analysis Maintenance Task Analysis Process

  • Main inputs for MTA
  • MTA/FMECA/RCM correlated data
  • MTA process steps
  • Resources considered in MTA
  • Tasks and Subtasks for MTA

Maintenance and Repair Planning

  • Data Sources in Operations & Support (O&S) phase
  • Logistics Product Data (LPD)
  • Overview of the repair process
  • Person or persons participating in each step
  • Writing a narrative description of the steps
  • Time duration of each person’s participation
  • Tools or support equipment requirement
  • Parts and materials needed for the step


Implementation of a Disciplined Supportability Analysis Approach

  • Systems engineering activities (tools)
  • System’s reliability and maintainability characteristics
  • Conditioned Based Maintenance (CBM)+
  • Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
  • Level of repair analysis (LORA)

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