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REAM – Reliability Engineering Applied to Maintenance – Online Hybrid English Class
October 5 – 2:00 pm – October 14 – 4:00 pm EDT
In this course you will learn the concepts of reliability that will allow you to determine the failure mode of your equipment, starting from the analysis of how these faults are generalized. This will allow you to choose, from the financial perspective, between preventive, corrective or predictive maintenance, obtaining the best impact in the operation of your machine.
- Acquiring Knowledge to apply several quantitative reliability tools
- Understanding the application of the Assets’ Life Cycle concept
- Analyzing your plant’s equipment failure events by using quantitative reliability methods such as Weibull and RAM analyses
- Applying preventative replacement theory to determine the optimal replacement time
- Defining optimum maintenance strategies based on failure statistical analysis
- Understanding condition monitoring fundamentals and benefits
- Determining maintenance tasks optimal frequencies
Enjoy a blend of self-paced and live (online) training with the cohort that fits your schedule! Students will attend each live session to receive instruction from Jesus Sifonte and guidance on the coursework for the week. Students then complete self-studies at the time and place of their convenience until the next live session. Simple. Flexible. Packed with value and flexibility!
Classes will be from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (Toronto Time) on:
- Oct. 5
- Oct. 7
- Oct. 12
- Oct. 14