Everyone has different training needs: different training requirements, different locations, different budgets, different team sizes, and more. We have an option for everyone.

We try to cater to your individual needs. And remember, we like to do things differently at Mobius Institute™, with animations, simulations, pop-quizzes, and more. Learn what Mobius Institute does differently below.

You can attend a live classroom course with an instructor and a group of people, just like you, striving to learn and succeed. Or you can learn online where you have the utmost flexibility and greatly reduced travel costs (and no exposure to COVID-19). Or you can have the instructor come to your site for private on-site instructor-led training and teach you in a group of your coworkers.

Classroom Instructor-Led Training

Learn with an expert delivering the famous Mobius Institute™ engaging courses.

Mobius Institute and its Authorized Training Partners offer engaging public training courses in 62 countries, delivered in 23 languages. You can attend a training center or quality hotel to learn with a group of your peers with an experienced, qualified instructor.

We offer a number of unique benefits:

  • You will understand the concepts and technologies like never before thanks to our animations and simulations (plus it makes the course fun)
  • You can begin learning before the course (and during the course) in our Learning Zone
  • You can continue learning for six months after the course if you are not crystal clear on every topic
  • You will be anonymously quizzed during the course to be sure no student is left behind

There is a reason why more people attend Mobius Institute courses around the world than any other CBM and reliability company.

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Private Onsite Instructor-Led Training

On-site training presents a unique training opportunity.

  • If the instructor travels instead of your team, you will save a significant amount of money on travel, accommodation, and meal costs.
  • You avoid the issues (and potential risks) often related to taking people away from the plant and their families.
  • The instructor could visit your plant the day before the course and relate what is being taught to what is happening in your plant
  • With the money you save, you should consider adding people to the class, even if they do not need to be trained and certified as a critical part of their role. It always helps if there is broad awareness of the technologies deployed at the site, and the strategy behind their use.

On-site training can save money, focus the training, and ensure more people are trained – a high percentage of the training we deliver is at sites like yours.

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Virtual Instructor-Led Training

Virtual online courses are similar to conventional classes, except they are conducted online via GoToWebinar. You participate from the comfort (and safety) of your office or home, and the instructor delivers the training remotely.

The training is available via our authorized partners all over the world. Therefore it is available in your timezone and in your language. The exams are also available in many languages (depending upon the certification program)

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Web-based Video Distance Learning

Learn while you watch videos

To save money, eliminate travel hassles, and to learn at your own pace, with the option of re-learning if it is not crystal clear the first time), you will enjoy the video vibration, ultrasound, asset reliability practitioner, and reliability short-course training options. All of the videos were recorded in a studio. You will see the world-famous animations and simulations, and you will be eligible for ISO certification.

There are a number of courses available in English and Spanish:

  • Vibration analysis VCAT I, II, III, IV
  • Ultrasound UCAT I
  • Asset Reliability Practitioner®: ARP-A, ARP-E, and ARP-L
  • Maintenance Reliability Transformation (MRT)
  • Reliability short courses

All of these courses can be accessed via the menu on the left.

Traditional E-Learning Courses

Mobius Institute™ actually began with an e-learning system called iLearnVibration™ (since retired), and we have created three more since: iLearnAlignment™, iLearnBalancing™, and the mega-e-learning system, iLearnReliability™. E-learning offers true self-paced learning: listen to a slide, watch the 3D animation, interact with the simulator, and complete a quiz at the end of the session. If it all makes sense – move on. If not, repeat.

  • E-learning ensures that everyone learns the same thing in the same way.
  • E-learning can be taken many times.
  • E-learning is great for new hires: many large organizations use iLearnReliability for onboarding training.
  • E-learning is fun and engaging.
  • Tens of thousands of people have been trained with our e-learning products

iLearnReliability was created so that you can “educate everyone” – get everyone in the organization aligned, speaking the same reliability language, and all pulling in the same direction. iLearnReliability [ENTERPRISE] actually includes iLA and iLB, but you can buy them separately.

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iLearnReliability™ Learning Management System (LMS)

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 technology, “how-to”, etc.

  • iLearnReliability [Condition Monitoring]
  • iLearnReliability [Enterprise]
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Maintenance Reliability Transformation [MRT]

Stop the failures

Can you imagine what it would be like to suffer fewer failures? What if you came to work and the day wasn’t destroyed by equipment failures and poor performance? What if people did not have to come in during the night or the weekend to get equipment up and running again? And what if there were fewer injuries when work was rushed due to those failures?

If you have investigated “asset management” or “reliability improvement” you just may feel like the goals are a little unrealistic. It may all appear overwhelming – so much to learn, so much to do, all while you are still suffering failures.

We have built the Maintenance Reliability Transformation [MRT] process that will guide you, step-by-step through, the initiative:

How will you regain control?

Our process provides the guidance you need in all the core areas. You will:

  1. Assess your current strengths and weaknesses so you know where you stand. We’ll provide a tool to help you do that.
  2. Build relationships: Once you have a maintenance manager in place, it is essential to build a strong relationship with operations/production so everyone is on the same page pulling in the same direction. We include presentations you can use to create awareness.
  3. Establish the fundamentals: a functioning CMMS, an accurate spares and master asset list, an organized storeroom, and more.
  4. Determine how to prioritize your activities with basic “criticality analysis” and a “bad actor” list – focus your time on the 20% of assets that cause the downtime, overtime, maintenance expense, etc. We’ll provide a tool to help you do that.
  5. Review the maintenance tasks being performed: some waste your time, some harm your equipment, and some are missing – we’ll guide you through that process.
  6. Establish the fundamentals of planning and scheduling: organized and efficient – the right person doing the right job at the best time with minimal waste.
  7. Organize and improve the storeroom so parts/spares/materials are available, and they come off the shelf in “perfect” condition.
  8. Ensure the equipment is set up for success with precision alignment, fastening, and balancing, and it remains in that state with precision lubrication and cleaning.
  9. Get a view of the future with condition monitoring so the work can be planned and the root causes of failure can be identified and eliminated before they result in failure.

Yes, there are a few things to do, but we have broken it up into 78 smaller steps, all described in detail, so you can pick them off one by one.

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