Maintenance and Reliability Engineering Courses
You have the equipment and other heavy machinery in your business unit that functions so you can undertake manufacturing and production. You need to study the maintenance and reliability of such machinery. Why? So that the machinery is in good shape and lasts as long as it is supposed to. Also, it can function while meeting all business requirements and safety standards. Maintenance and reliability engineering courses are designed to help students apply the best engineering practices and predict the durability of systems. This is done to make engineering assets function more optimally and ensure the compliance of safety and operational standards.
The concepts of maintenance and reliability engineering can be applied throughout the lifespan of the product – right from its inception or design stage till the time such product is ready to be shipped out of the manufacturing unit or premises. In operations management, maintenance and reliability of engineering assets are the basis on which efficiency evaluations are done. The maintenance aspect of engineering assets deals with their longevity and steps needed to keep them in optimal shape so that they can serve their best purpose.
On the other hand, reliability of assets studies how compliant these are in meeting business goals and whether they are operating according to defined safety standards. In short, an asset’s reliability is the measure of how well it is performing to achieve organisational objectives and how productive it is in the operations’ environment.
Reliability Institute, based in Victoria, Australia, has numerous maintenance and reliability engineering courses. We have asset reliability practitioner courses aimed at imparting knowledge about the above concepts. Our courses are conducted in a classroom format in Australia and New Zealand. They are made with interesting animations and are accredited to international standards.