Providing a forum for maintenance information exchange to all industries who can benefit from improved equipment reliability through networking, demonstration, benchmarking and leveraged training Introduction to Analytical Troubleshooting (ATS) ATS builds on the process of logical thinking and reasoning. It en‐ hances your ability to troubleshoot efficiently and accurately on any equipment and in any situation. ATS is not limited to one piece of equipment. ‐ Thorough and accurate documentation is required as you think and follow the process for each problem you encounter. This is similar to a math course where you are evaluated on the process Free to of computing an answer. The answer is important but the process OPMUG is the focus of your efforts. Members! By: William S. Mahan Wednesday, August 5th, 2009 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration 9:00 am - 3:45 pm Program Meridian Technology Center, Stillwater , OK FREE Continental Breakfast Located in the Fred Schultz Conference Center 1312 S. Sangre Rd. Stillwater, Oklahoma 74074 (405) 377-3333 To help us plan for food and other arrangements necessary for your benefit, pre-registration is required by August 1st. Contact Jeff Forquer for registration email@example.com Introduction to Analytical Troubleshooting Students benefit by learning a step‐by‐step approach to solve problems. Increased confidence and im‐ proved performance is demonstrated by all students. Even the more experienced personnel improve their skills. Companies benefit from reduced maintenance costs because repairs are made using fewer parts. Higher productivity is a result of more timely repairs, and improved documentation and communication provides consistent and accurate information to co‐workers and management. ATS is a Win‐Win for everyone! William Mahan is a Technical Instructor with The University of Oklahoma at NCED campus. In this role, William is part of the EMSAT Team providing instruction for Analytical Troubleshooting, Fundamental Maintenance Skills, Mechanic Skills, Hy‐ draulics and Pneumatics, Electronics Technology, Digital Electronics and Welding. Benefits • Students learn a step‐by‐step approach to solve problems. • Improved performance is demonstrated by students, regardless of their previous skill level. Even the more experienced personnel take home better skills. • Reduced maintenance costs by making repairs using fewer parts. • Higher productivity by making repairs more efficiently. • Improved documentation and communication; providing consistent and accurate information to co‐ workers and management. Student Comments • Excellent course.....EVERYONE in maintenance should go through this course. • Excellent instructors, able to keep our interest and relate material in an easy to learn format. • I learned to slow down and think my way through problems and not rush into things. • A good formal structure to break up a hard problem into its components. **Cancellation Policy ** A reservation should be cancelled as soon as possible before the start of the event. This allows for scheduling and resource planning purposes.