MOBIUS INSTITUTE is the leading worldwide provider of Reliability Improvement, Condition Monitoring and Precision Maintenance education.
MOBIUS INSTITUTE is based in Victoria, Australia with a global network of over 100 authorised training partners in 55 countries.
Over 35,000 international students have completed Mobius certified courses since 2005, making it the most recognised certification for condition monitoring and reliability personnel.
The Reliability Institute of Australia is an Authorised Training and Exam Centre for MIBoC (Mobius Board of Certification), and delivers both training and invigilates certification exams in Australia, New Zealand and other Pacific countries.
The Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) certification scheme recognizes the knowledge and basic experience of people at three levels;
1. The Reliability Advocates (all maintenance production and operational personnel) who contribute to the operational reliability.
2. The Reliability Engineers who have strategic and technical responsibilities to analyse, monitor and implement improvements.
3. The Reliability Leader who is ultimately accountable for results of the reliability team(s).
The Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) courses follow an international training scheme, to provide independent, consistent, high-standard training throughout the world. Certification for Asset Reliability Practitioners is valid for 3 years and ongoing personal and professional development in the area of reliability improvement is required fore re-certification.
There is not an ISO standard for the certification of Reliability Technicians, Engineers or Practitioners. The closest alignment is the ISO 18436 standards for Condition Monitoring (Vibration, Ultrasound, Thermal Imaging and Lubrication). So, the Mobius Institute Board of Certification [MIBoC] ED-161 scheme is modeled on the ISO 18436 standards. The Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] course topics are mapped to the ISO 55000 standards and the certification scheme follows ISO/IEC 17024 (Personal Certification Standards). The core knowledge and vocabulary/terminology is based on definitions developed in a variety of ISO and other international standards. The topics themselves were developed by the MIBoC Scheme and Technical Committees. The committees are made up of experienced international industry experts who work in the field from around the world. The training represents the best collaborative content available for reliability practitioners anywhere in the world.