Mobius Institute today announced the launch of its new Asset Reliability Practitioner (ARP) training and certification program for industrial professionals seeking to deepen their knowledge and recognition in plant reliability and performance improvement. The program provides training and certification for the Reliability Program Leader (Category III), the Reliability Engineer (Category II), and the Reliability Advocate (Category I).
The ARP certification process, governed by the Mobius Institute Board of Certification (MIBoC), follows ISO/IEC 17024, the scheme is modeled on ISO 18436, and the subjects covered are mapped to ISO 55000.
In addition to recognizing three levels of knowledge and contribution, MIBoC provides for recognition of those Reliability Program Leaders (Category IIIx) and Reliability Engineers (Category IIx) who have “proven” experience and competence. The certification scheme audits and independently verifies the competence of the candidates, and also completes a thorough interview to ensure that only those who have achieved the highest levels in the field of reliability improvement are recognized with this unique form of certification.
“We have worked hard to develop an independent certification scheme that recognizes both knowledge and experience at three levels of contribution,” said Jason Tranter, CEO, and founder of Mobius Institute. “Combined with our engaging in-person and online training we are sure that people and organizations that seek greater reliability and performance will benefit from this new program. As an organization that has proudly trained and certified people in over 170 countries, we know the ARP program will help people all over the world.”
To learn more about the Asset Reliability Practitioner Category I-III training and certification program, visit www.mobiusinstitute.com/ARP.
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Published Date: 5/16/2018