ARP [E] Reliability Engineer – Public Classroom Course

ARP [E] is a 5-day course with Certification Exam on the afternoon of the last day.

  • 09 September
    5 days, 08:00 AM - 04:30 PM
    • PD hours: 32
    • $3,800.00 excl.


The Asset Reliability Practitioner [E] “Reliability Engineer” course is intended for industrial reliability engineers whose role is to help the organization improve reliability and performance, and for anyone else in the organization who desires to have an in-depth knowledge of the reliability and performance improvement process.

e.g. reliability engineers, condition monitoring technicians, team leaders, maintenance managers etc.

The course emphasises that achievements require a mix of technical and relational skills and that a reliability engineer needs to involve others in the improvement efforts.

The course goes for 5 days, including the certification exam on the last day.

Topics Include:

  • The Business case for Improving Reliability
  • Developing a Plan for Reliability Improvement
  • Addressing People Management and Culture issues
  • Asset Criticality and RCM /FMECA analysis
  • Developing an Asset Management Strategy
  • Reliability Engineering Techniques and Analytical Tools
  • RCFA/RCA Techniques
  • Defect Elimination and Pro-active maintenance activities
  • Precision Installation & Maintenance
  • Condition Monitoring Techniques and their applications
  • Sustaining and Continuing Improvements

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ARP [E] Fees per student:
Course: $3,800
Exam & Certification: $690 (Certification is valid for 3 years)
Total: AUD$4,490

(no GST applies for New Zealand Courses)

Included in course fee is:
- Access to an On-line video version of the course for 4 months
- Printed course notes (provided at course)
- Catering at course


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

1. Prerequisite of a minimum of 24 month’s work experience
2. Completing the whole course 
3. Passing the exam with a minimum of 70%