Reliability Training

Reliability Training

Reliability Training are taught by an experienced instructor, giving students the opportunity to ask questions, clarify understanding and to learn from the experiences of other students.

Classroom course enrolment includes a colour printed course manual. Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] course students also receive free on-line access to a studio quality video recording of the course, for pre and post course study.

 

Reliability Training is taught either in the Classroom or by Distance Learning (on-line).

Private or inhouse courses are available on request.
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ARP Course Content

    • Asset Reliability Practitioner [A] – Reliability Advocate

The Mobius Asset Reliability Practitioner [A] “Reliability Advocate” course is intended as a multi-discipline course – for all Managers (Operations, Maintenance and Production), Maintenance personnel, Supervisors, Planners, Schedulers, Condition Monitoring, Reliability Techs, Graduate and Project Engineers.
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

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

Prerequisites
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%

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    • Asset Reliability Practitioner [E] – Reliability Engineer

The Mobius Asset Reliability Practitioner [E] “Reliability Engineer” course is intended for industrial reliability and asset improvement 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. 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.

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

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

Prerequisites

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%

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    • Asset Reliability Practitioner [L] – Reliability Leader

The Asset Reliability Practitioner [L] – Reliability Leader course is intended for those who have taken the lead role in the reliability and performance improvement program. The aim of this course is to set you up for success. While technical knowledge is an advantage in this role, it is essential that the program leader can lead people, communicate frequently and clearly, and have strong budget and project management skills. A reliability program leader must also understand the nature of the challenges that you will face and have a proactive strategy for overcoming those challenges.

Topics Include:

      • Overview of the implementation strategy
      • Establishing the economic value that can be achieved
      • Developing or modifying the strategy
      • Understanding motivation, human error and psychology
      • Assessing workplace culture and change management
      • Leadership, buy-in and employee engagement
      • Discipline, control and standards in maintenance and operations
      • Caring for equipment and spares
      • Acquiring for lowest life cycle costs and reliability
      • Asset Health (CBM) monitoring and inspections
      • Using analytics for decision-making, review and improvement

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

Prerequisites

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

1. Prerequisite of a minimum of 48 month’s work experience
2. Completing the whole course
3. Passing the exam with a minimum of 70%

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    • Reliability Fundamentals

The Reliability Fundamentals course is an on-site or private course aimed at all maintenance, operations, production and engineering personnel who need a fundamental understanding of why unreliability exists and what improvement processes can be implemented to quickly make improvements. The course explains the basics of why equipment does not often reach its design or service life and challenges some long-held beliefs of how and why equipment fails.

It is necessary that everyone understands the core principles that will set the organisation on the path to reduce maintenance costs and improve reliability and performance or operational assets.

It is most suitable for groups of 10 to 20.

The course is only run on site or in-house and there is no exam or certification.

Topics Include:

      • Introduction – why is reliability important?
      • Reliability & Failure Theory – why do things fail?
      • Asset Maintenance Strategies
      • The seven main sources of equipment unreliability
      • Defect Elimination
      • Condition Monitoring Technologies & their application
      • Maintenance Work Management

The course takes 2 days, including an optional test.
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