System: MTM-1: Methods-Time Measurement (MTM-1) is a procedure which analyzes any manual operation or method into the Basic Motions required to perform it, and assigns to each motion a predetermined time standard, which is determined by the Influencing Factors under which it is made. MTM-1 is used for Process Type 1 activities, where the following application conditions exist:
- production with a very high degree of repetition
- short cycle work processes
- detail-designed processes
- work instructions with precise descriptions of methods
- deviations in individual operator methods must be minimized
Course: This 10-day course includes coverage of the theory and principles of MTM-1; laboratory problems illustrating its principle and use; and a thorough practice in the analysis of Industrial and business operations. BlueCard® certification in MTM-1 will be issued to those that successfully complete the course.
Duration: 10 days; Normally held M-F of consecutive weeks.
Dates: Please visit our Calendar to Register for the next class that meets your schedule.
Venue: This course is taught by a MTM-Certified Instructor, in a class-room setting; all training materials are included.
Locations: Classes are held at these two locations: MTM office in Des Plaines, IL, a suburb of Chicago. The MTM office is located approximately 4 miles North of Chicago’s O’Hare Airport, at 1111 East Touhy Avenue, Suite 280, or the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers, 3577 Parkway Lane, Suite 200, Norcross, GA 30092 (located approx. 40 miles from Atlanta Airport).
Costs: MTM Association, Des Plaines, IL (Non-Members / Members): $5,000 / $4,000 USD | IISE, Norcross, GA: $4000 USD
On-Site Option: Available; please sign up and request your course dates through our Calendar. Register Now
On-Line Option: This certification is also available on-line through our educational partner, Iowa State University College of Engineering
We welcome you to explore all of the classes the MTM Association offers. Our goal is to thoroughly educate users so they may improve profitability, efficiency and even the lives of their employees through standardized work measurements.