MOBIUS INSTITUTE - RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENT & VIBRATION ANALYSIS TRAINING AND CERTIFICATION PER ISO 18436
Mobius Institute Vibration Analysis Training Surpasses 20,000 Students
Published Date: 9/6/2016
Mobius Institute Has Trained More Than 20,000 Vibration Analysts from 164 Countries Since Its ISO 18436 Category I - IV Classroom Training and Certification Commenced in 2005.
BAINBRIDGE ISLAND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mobius Institute, the premier provider of vibration analysis and machine reliability training courses and products, today announced that it has reached a significant milestone: having trained more than 20,000 vibration analysts since it began classroom vibration analysis courses in 2005. Mobius Institute provides training and accredited certification according to ISO 18436-1 and ISO/IEC 17024 through training centers in over 50 countries. Mobius has realized a strong average annual growth rate of 26% per year over the last decade, reaching over 3,000 students trained in the most recent year.
Mobius Institute began delivering vibration analysis training in 1999 with the launch of its flagship computer-based training product, iLearnVibration™. In 2005, Mobius moved its vibration analysis training to the classroom. In 2012, Mobius Institute became ISO 17024 and ISO 18436-1 accredited, being one of only three accredited organizations in the world.
The 20,000 student achievement only considers ISO 18436 Category I-IV vibration analyst classroom training. It does not include the thousands of students successfully trained in reliability improvement, precision maintenance techniques and condition monitoring courses, non-certified vibration/balancing/alignment courses, or individuals trained through Mobius computer-based training products.
“Such a positive response is a result of years of hard work to create and deliver training that is second to none, and our partnerships with professional training partners and instructors in over 50 countries,” said Jason Tranter, founder and managing director, Mobius Institute. “Clearly, vibration analysts appreciate the difference that our modern animations, simulations and interactions make when trying to understand this difficult subject.”
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