Training Class: Reliability Engineering for Maintenance Professionals
Maintenance, engineering and operations personnel tasked with improving reliability, availability, condition monitoring, and maintainability. Participants should have skills in basic statistics and machine operations.
ABOUT THE COURSE
This one-day course is designed to teach Reliability Engineering skills as they apply to improving Process System Reliability and developing maintenance strategies. You will use modern analysis methods to perform statistical analysis of failures, model system performance, and develop maintenance and reengineering strategies to improve overall performance. You will leave the course with analysis products and real-world examples of reliability improvements and how to get results.
• Criticality Analysis
• Statistical Analysis of Failures using Weibull
• Maintenance Strategy Development
• Condition Monitoring
• Reliability-Centered Maintenance
• Process Reliability Analysis
• Root Cause Analysis
• Failure Reporting, Analysis, and Corrective Action Systems (FRACAS)
• Key Performance Indicators
• Reliability Definitions
David Jennings (BS Tech., MS Comp. Sci., MS Ind. Eng.) has over 30 years of experience in operations and maintenance analysis. He has provided reliability engineering and operations research for organizations such as Lockheed Martin Corp., Scientific Research Corp., and the Department of Defense. Mr. Jennings is a Certified Reliability Engineer with the American Society of Quality.
LOCATION & COST
This class is offered at The Burson Center, 500 Old Bremen Rd, Carrollton, GA, 30117.
Cost: $795 per person. Class size is limited to 10 people.
Snacks and lunch are included with this fee. Transportation and lodging expenses are not included.
Call us at 678-953-2487 to enroll. All fees are due 10-days prior to class.
For more information, send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org. This class may also be presented at your site. Contact us for details.