A growth path for Asset Reliability Leaders and Practitioners
The only way to enjoy success in a reliability improvement initiative is to appreciate what it takes to achieve culture change and the process improvements necessary to change the current practices into those that ensure equipment is maintained and operated in a manner that achieves peak performance. Mobius Institute™ has developed a series of training courses that provide the breadth and depth of knowledge necessary to achieve success.
Everyone needs to play their role in the initiative, and we offer training, and in some cases accredited certification, on the growth path from technician to leader:
- Precision maintenance skills: alignment, balancing, fastening, and lubrication
- Condition monitoring program establishment and technology expertise: vibration, ultrasound, oil analysis, infrared, and motor current analysis
- Reliability engineering with the technical skills to implement the technical elements
- Reliability leadership with the leadership skills to make the business case, build a strategy, and develop a motivated culture
- Asset reliability strategy: the plan to ensure the initiative delivers sustained business value
A foundation built on mechanical skills
If the machine is not precision aligned and balanced, if it is not lubricated correctly, and if the fasteners are too tight or loose, the machine is destined for a short and disappointing life. It will be another asset that does not deliver its true value, it will interrupt operations, add to your maintenance costs, at worst, result in injury or environmental hard.
You can solve that problem with specific skills training, and you will learn all about it on the Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] courses.
See the future with condition monitoring
Condition monitoring is a key ingredient in any successful reliability improvement initiative, but while it can drastically reduce costs and improve plant reliability and dependability, it does not necessarily contribute to improved equipment reliability.
You can take specific training on the technologies according to ISO standards, or you can learn how to design and lead the condition monitoring program in the Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] courses.
Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] training and certification
To enjoy a truly successful reliability improvement initiative, you need both depth and breadth of knowledge.
The leader of the initiative must have a clear view of the entire scope of the initiative, with a detailed understanding of the business proposition, the culture change process, and the individual steps required to implement the strategy. The reliability engineer must have a depth of knowledge in reliability analysis, maintenance strategy, and best practice, plus condition monitoring (and other topics). And they both must be surrounded by a workforce of people who are engaged and enthusiastic about the initiative.
The Asset Reliability Practitioner [ARP] training and accredited certification program provides the knowledge, qualifications, and growth path to enable a program to be run successfully.