Introductory Reliability Training, Reliability Seminars, Reliability Courses


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This training course provides a high-level overview of reliability engineering concepts, principles and applications as they relate to the organization’s bottom line. Topics include the purpose of a reliability program, metrics and plots, accelerated testing concepts, system analysis concepts, FMEA and FRACAS.

The course will be useful for both managers and practitioners who may be new to reliability engineering.

  • For managers, the course will help you understand how reliability engineering impacts the financial strength of the organization and how you can use the reliability analysis results to support decision-making.
  • For practitioners, the course provides a good introduction to the discipline, which can serve as a jumping-off point for additional study.

What You Will Learn

Purpose of a Reliability Program

Why Does Reliability Matter?

Reliability Engineering Concepts and Their Application

  • Applying reliability concepts.
  • Defining, computing, and understanding reliability metrics.
  • Statistical concepts and distributions for reliability data analysis.
    • Reliability predictions.
    • Warranty forecasts.
    • Understanding reliability specifications.
    • Reliability comparisons.
  • Accelerated life testing concepts and models.
  • Optimizing preventive maintenance.
  • System reliability concepts including RBD and FTA.
    • Repairable systems analysis.
    • Life cycle cost analysis.

Introduction to FMEA/FMECA Concepts

Introduction to FRACA and Causal Analysis

What's included?

All participants who register for Introduction to FMEA will receive a copy all the slides, exercises and data sets used in the course.

What should I bring?

No special materials are required for this course.

Take this course

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