iLearnReliability™ Learning Management System

You must educate everyone if you wish to change the culture. Everyone educated, motivated, and aligned. iLearnReliability will enable you to achieve that goal.

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There is a disagreement in the reliability world

It is said that winning the support of the people within an organization is half of the challenge in achieving a reliable plant.

But many people, with experience, disagree. They would argue it is more like 75% of the challenge.

Focused training, such as Asset Reliability Practitioner® [ARP] and detailed condition monitoring training, tend to only focus on the specialists working in those areas. That’s great, but it is not enough.

You must have a way of creating awareness, buy-in, and enthusiasm for the program in order to have success. You must demystify the technologies and the strategy. Everyone must understand “what’s in it for me”.

What is iLearnReliability?

iLearnReliability is a web-based learning management system (LMS) that provides training on a broad range of topics for everyone in the plant. There are “toolbox talks”, “manager briefings”, “skills training” and other modules that are designed for different audiences. In many cases, the same topic is covered many times because different people need a different level of depth and they have different interests: business benefits, the demystification of a technology, “how-to”, etc.

You can take the training as many times as you like. People who take an interest can learn the topics at a deeper level. New employees can get up to speed quickly. There are so many benefits.

And one of the key benefits is that you will have everyone speaking the same language. Everyone will understand the goals, they will understand how they can contribute, they will be familiar with the terminology – everyone will pull in the same direction.

iLearnReliability is a series of e-learning mini-courses

Some courses are very short. Some are quite long. Each one is narrated, slide-by-slide, filled with graphics, illustrations, animations, and in many cases, interactive simulations.

Our animations make it easier to understand and more engaging – people enjoy learning with iLearnReliability.

Our simulations actually allow the participant to engage with the lesson. In this case, the camera can be moved so you can see the hot-spot!

Learn more about iLearnReliability

  • iLearnReliability Program Structure

    iLearnReliability is a subscription-based product. The cost depends upon the number of people you wish to register within the learning management system. The pricing is structured to make it extremely affordable so that everyone can receive the training. The learning management system is designed to organize and monitor the learning process – you can decide who learns what (although we provide recommendations), you can determine who has completed training modules, and you can review their test scores (if you wish to offer testing).

  • See All iLearnReliability Topics Covered



    Topic DepthCondition MonitoringProfessional DevelopmentEnterprise Edition
    to Reliability
    Essential Elements
    EE-DEDefect EliminationEssential Elements
    EE-ACRAsset Criticality RankingEssential Elements
    EE-RCMReliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)Essential Elements
    EE-MPMaintenance PracticesEssential Elements
    EE-FMEAFailure Mode Effects Analysis (FMEA)Essential Elements
    EE-PMOPlanned Maintenance Optimization (PMO)Essential Elements
    EE-CBMCondition Based Maintenance (CBM)Essential Elements
    EE-VIBVibration AnalysisEssential Elements
    EE-UTUltrasound TestingEssential Elements
    EE-IRInfrared Thermal ImagingEssential Elements
    EE-ALIGNAlignmentEssential Elements
    EE-BALBalanceEssential Elements
    EE-CCLubrication Contamination ControlEssential Elements
    EE-PMPreventive MaintenanceEssential Elements
    EE-ODROperator Driven ReliabilityEssential Elements
    MT-M-1The Roadmap to Reliability ImprovementManager Training
    MT-M-2Understanding Maintenance PracticesManager Training
    MT-M-3KPIs, Benchmarking, And Continuous ImprovementManager Training
    MT-M-4Leadership And Culture ChangeManager Training
    MT-M-5Building a Master Asset ListManager Training
    MT-M-6Establishing the Asset Criticality Ranking Manager Training
    MT-M-7Determining your Asset Maintenance StrategyManager Training
    MT-M-9Establishing a New Vibration Monitoring ProgramManager Training
    MT-M-10Supercharging an Existing Vibration Monitoring ProgramManager Training
    Introduction to Condition Monitoring Technologies
    Manager Training
    MT-CM-2Vibration Analysis and Bearing Fault DetectionManager Training
    MT-CM-3Airborne And Structure-Borne UltrasoundManager Training
    MT-CM-4Oil Analysis and Wear Particle AnalysisManager Training
    MT-CM-5On-line and Off-line Electric Motor TestingManager Training
    Manager Training
    MT-PM-1An Introduction to Shaft AlignmentManager Training
    MT-PM-2An Introduction to Precision BalancingManager Training
    MT-PM-3Precision Lubrication and Contamination ControlManager Training
    to Reliability (A Summary)
    Management Briefs
    Based Maintenance vs. Preventive Maintenance
    Management Briefs
    Benefits of Reliability & Condition Based Maintenance
    Management Briefs
    MB-M-4What is Classical Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)?Management Briefs
    MB-M-7Why Condition Monitoring does not Improve ReliabilityManagement Briefs
    Skills Training
    ST-CM-2Accurate and
    Repeatable Data Collection
    Skills Training
    Common Faults with Spectrum Analysis
    Skills Training
    Skills Training
    Shaft Alignment
    Skills Training
    Skills Training
    Monitoring and Reliability
    Toolbox Talks
    Toolbox Talks
    TT-CM-3UltrasoundToolbox Talks
    TT-CM-4ThermographyToolbox Talks
    Analysis and Wear Particle Analysis
    Toolbox Talks
    Motor Testing
    Toolbox Talks
    Need for Precision Maintenance
    Toolbox Talks
    Introduction to Precision Shaft Alignment
    Toolbox Talks
    Introduction to Precision Balancing
    Toolbox Talks
    Lubrication (and Contamination Control)
    Toolbox Talks
  • How Good does iLearnReliability Look?

    It looks really good (but we’re biased)! If training is boring, or sloppy, people will disengage. They will be distracted, and they won’t retain what they are taught. We are proud of iLearnReliability, and we hope you will like it too!

    Here are some sample screenshots:


  • Our Current iLearnReliability Users

    Our Current users

    As of 2020, over 4500 people have learned via iLearnReliability. We have customers with 10-user licenses up to 400 user-licenses. Over 35 corporations are subscribed at this time, and they include ADM, Ash Grove Cement, DP World, Eastern Petrochemical Company, Energy Australia, Fortescue Metals, Mosaic, Orange County Sanitation Department, Orica, Schaeffler, SKF, Southern Peru Copper Corporation, Turkey Hill Dairy, and Universal Studios.

    We thank all of our customers for their support!

  • Adobe Flash support requirements

    At this time, you will need to enable Adobe Flash in your web browser. We are working on a new version that does not require Flash, and you will be upgraded without charge when it is available, however, for now, in order to take advantage of the animations and simulations, you will need to enable Flash.

    Thanks to Flash, there are lots of slides that allow the participant to interact with the lesson. They can turn a knob, change a setting, drag a camera, and many other actions to see what happens. It is fun, and therefore an engaging way to learn.

  • See sample lessons in action

    Please contact us if you would like an account to evaluate iLearnReliability.