And so, as far as planning goes, what's really important, as I mentioned before, is compiling a list of all of your equipment. Someplace, this is....the most modern form is to be your computerized maintenance management systems, you're CMMS. This should be a giant exhaustive list of every single piece of equipment than any one of your technicians will ever touch. This includes things like your tools, PPE, those should also be on the list of what needs to be doing maintenance.

Then, of course, with the slight maintenance determining what is most critical, because and this will determine if, in the event, of course, you have conflicts, what the technician needs to focus on first or from a management point of view to allow you to say, "Okay, you know what? Yeah, I know I had just keep doing this, but this is more critical because if we don't get this fixed, it's going to affect everybody else."

And then, of course, development system for keeping up with what needs to be done. And so, like I mentioned before, whether it'd be regularly scheduled, whether it'd be predictive, some type of system so that way at the very least you're...you can have...enable your technicians to be somewhat autonomous because they can follow a pattern that was established by your program. And then lastly, is causes...the purpose of why TPC exists is to be able to train your people for the work that needs to be done. And so when it comes to maintenance and troubleshooting the...we tried our best as a training program to address the market in the industry as broadly as we can. And so that's one of the reasons why we created this course is to address that broad spectrum of stuff. Because almost everything in this course that we have we pull from our classes that are very specific and specialized.

For example, we have pumps information and that includes, how to rebuild a pump. You know, the status of the various types of and pillars we go through, like the last...I just taught this class this week, that's just this last week here. And I spent four hours talking about nothing but bearings, and all the things that go with that. So if you're in...and that's just because the students are interested in such things, other things would include like I talked to a fair amount about hydraulics and if you ever growth anyone who's maintenance programs, I almost, always talk about electricity because it's just one of those type of thing that...as I mentioned before, it can be one of the most more dangerous things.

And there a...depending on your, you know, your level of expertise sometimes are still a little bit of a learning curve associated with that. And so, as I mentioned, these things that we have in this general course are pulled from our mini-myriad of specific courses that we have.

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