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For multiple people, onsite at any time

iLearnReliability – a library of pre-recorded lessons

iLearnReliability (iLR) is a subscription-based library of reliability lessons for viewing on a Tablet, PC, TV or large screen.
iLR allows many people to be trained at low cost – there is no need to travel to attend training or pay for an Instructor to come to site.
The lessons are viewed within an educational Learning Management System (LMS) that allows an administrator to allocate specific lessons to individuals and to monitor their progress.
There are 55 lessons to choose from – suitable for Managers, Supervisors, Planners, Maintenance, Operations, Engineers, Reliability, Purchasing and Trades people.
Lessons range in viewing time from 15 minutes to a few hours depending on the complexity of the subject.
The training is most successful when there is a site “champion” or leader who has the influence and authority to use the training within a structured reliability training/awareness program.
It allows complete flexibility on the timing, duration and personnel involved in the training.
Why try to create your own internal training when its already prepared for you?

iLearn Reliability is most suitable for:
• “Toolbox” sessions, where a group learns about and discusses a topic in short sessions.
• Awareness training on maintenance and reliability for operations and manufacturing personnel
• Training graduates & new employees in Vibration Analysis, Condition Monitoring, Maintenance Strategy and Reliability Principals

Topics Covered:
  • Asset Criticality Ranking
  • Building a Master Asset List
  • Defect Elimination
  • Electric Motor testing: On-line and off-line
  • Failure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)
  • Leadership and Culture Change
  • Oil Quality and Wear Particle Analysis
  • Planned Maintenance Optimization (PMO)
  • Precision Shaft Alignment
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Benefits of Reliability & Condition Based Maintenance
  • Understanding Maintenance Practices
  • Asset Maintenance strategy
  • Condition Based Maintenance vs. Preventive Maintenance
  • Diagnosing Common Faults with Spectrum Analysis
  • Establishing a new Vibration Monitoring Program
  • Infrared Thermography
  • Lubrication and Contamination Control
  • Operator Driven Reliability
  • Precision Balancing
  • Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
  • Ultrasound – Airborne and Structure-borne
  • Vibration Analysis and Bearing Fault Detection
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Customers

As well as many individuals, over 100 companies in Australia and New Zealand have supported employees to complete Reliability Institute courses.

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Our clients speak

Enjoyed the team dynamics assisted through instructors’ experience and the course content was good.
Excellent. Has given me a good base to start in a new role as a RE.

Reliability Engineer Specialist

Good training as it covers a wide range of topics related to reliability. Excellent material and presentation.
Terry is an excellent instructor and keeps you on track with the topics.

Mechanical Reliability Engineer

As a service provider, the first thing is approaching our customer to know how we can help with our capabilities to improve their plant reliability.

Service Engineer

I have completed a graduate study in maintenance & reliability engineering before. However, I got some very important things from this course.

Asset Strategy Engineer

Very rich in knowledge related to reliability . Great course, great trainer.

Maintenance Manager

Good content and a great group. Great instructor – clearly passionate about reliability engineering.

Plant Engineering Supervisor

The training course was very good in terms of concepts and covering all of the subjects that a Reliability Engineer needs.

Reliability Lead

As a new engineer this course helped me understand the role of a reliability engineer. I got some good ideas for electrical reliability and am keen to take these ideas back to site.

Graduate Engineer

Excellent quality and delivery. At times a little deeper would be good, but this course was completed in a compressed time frame.

Reliability Technician

It is very comprehensive and well structured; it contains most of the topics a Reliability Engineer need to know.
Very informative. It is a good guide of how to improve.

Electrical Technical Officer

The training course has helped me to realize that there are many elements to reliability and that significant improvements can be made by getting the basics right. I will recommend the course to my colleagues.
Excellent. Well taught by Terry.

Plant Engineering Supervisor

The course covered a very broad range of maintenance & reliability related subjects
Broad range of topics covered. Appropriate depth to cover such a wide range of topics.

Senior Reliability Engineer

Excellent content to generally open people up to reliability maintenance.

Asset Integrity Engineer

Excellent course to establish a level of knowledge.

Systems Engineer

Really great overview of all the technology available for reliability engineers to utilize.
Very informative and covers a lot of areas of Reliability as it should.

Reliability Superintendent

Very valuable for an overview and particularly when at the early stages of reliability/plant availability

Maintenance Improvement Lead

Very well presented and informative.

Maintenance Planner

Good quality information, delivered well. The course was very informative.

Maintenance Coordinator