ARP [A] Reliability Advocate – Classroom Course

ARP [A] is a 3-day course with Certification Exam on the last day.

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The Asset Reliability Practitioner [A] “Reliability Advocate” course is intended as a multi-discipline course - for all Managers (Operations, Maintenance and Production), Supervisors, Planners, Schedulers, Condition Monitoring, Reliability Techs, Graduate Engineers and Maintenance personnel.
Reliability is everyone's responsibility and this course is designed as the foundation for plant-wide improvement initiatives.

Topics Include:

  • The Business case for improved reliability
  • How to eliminate the sources of systematic defects that cause unreliability
  • Why a PM and CM program does not fix reliability problems
  • How to gain and keep management support to resource reliability initiatives
  • Strategic maintenance work management as a foundation to reliability
  • The process of criticality analysis and optimising maintenance activities
  • Using data with reliability analysis tools to identify priorities
  • Condition Monitoring technologies and their application
  • The job roles and resources required to support a reliability program
  • How to break away from reactive maintenance and have time for proactive activity
  • Sustaining a long-term culture of reliability

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The course takes 3 days, including the certification exam on the last day.


Prior experience is not required for attending the training course or exam, however Certification requires:

1. Prerequisite of a minimum of 6 month's work experience
2. Completing the whole course 
3. Passing the exam with a minimum of 70%


Fees per student:
Course: $2,680
Exam/Certification: $420 (Certification is valid for 3 years)
Total: $3,100 + GST = $3,410

Included in course fee is:

- Access to the on-line version of the course for 4 months
- Printed course notes (provided at course)
- Catering at course