This four-day Field Lubrication course, with review and optional exam is the ideal starting place to come away with a solid understanding of the fundamentals of lubrication and learn how to implement the best practices of plant lubrication. You complete the course to be confident and effective by demonstrating proven knowledge of industry methods of selecting, storing, filtering, and testing lubricants to boost reliability to generate lasting results in machine reliability and overall reliability. With the use of our advanced 3D animations and interactive simulations, we have strived to make it easy to understand. With this online video-based course, your learning occurs independently, which allows you to participate in the training at your speed and your convenience.
*Maintenance strategies and the role of machine lubrication
*The science of machinery lubrication
*Lubricant performance properties
*Lubricant contamination and condition control
*Lubricant storage and handling
*Lubrication sampling and analysis
4-day classroom training
Pre-course online learning access
Course materials – manual, pen, notebook (additional fee – required for public course)
Course completion e-certificate
Lunch and snacks
Four-month post course online access
Certification examination will be offered at the end of the fourth day.
Our course is inclusive of the Machine Lubricant Analyst (MLA I) and Machinery Lubrication Technician (MLT I) topics as well as additional educational content.
FREE DEMO: See a preview of the FLCAT-I course. Included is segments from our instructional videos. You can access the training demo with your student credentials or create a new account using this link – FLCAT-I Course Demonstration Link.
Exam Information: Optional certification examination is available after course completion. It will be offered via our Invigilated Exam Process. For more information visit: https://www.mobiusinstitute.com/independently-invigilated-certification-exam/
Please note: 12 months of experience (with a minimum of 16 hours per month in lubricant-analysis-based condition monitoring) is also required for ISO certification.