Reliability Engineering Certification
The Reliability Engineering Certification prepares reliability professionals to achieve maximum results in this strategic business role.
This university-backed program is designed for people who are responsible for improving asset and capacity reliability and creating a culture of continuous improvement. This program equips participants to:
- Build and sustain a strategic reliability engineering program
- Prepare control strategies that reduce risk and improve asset utilization
- Determine predictive strategies and build an effective predictive maintenance program
- Establish a root cause analysis program that will lead to reduced downtime, increased production and a culture of continuous improvement
- Demonstrate practical learning application
- Use the REC title designation after your name
To earn the Reliability Engineering Certification (REC) candidates must complete four three-day classes in three years and successfully pass a work product element. Courses may be taken individually.
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Risk-Based Asset Management (RBAM)
January 24-26, 2017
Root Cause Analysis (RCA)
March 21-23, 2017
Predictive Maintenance Strategy (PdMS)
May 16-18, 2017
Reliability Engineering Excellence (RE)
October 17-19, 2017
The price for each 3-day course includes a comprehensive active learning manual, continental breakfast, lunch, and morning and afternoon refreshments. Classes are held at The Ohio State University campus, Ohio Union.
Each completed course will earn 2.1 CEUs with a total of 8.4 CEUs for the certification program.
This program is offered through a partnership with the Life Cycle Institute.