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Course Catalogue



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Slick and simple.

The best way to learn.

Each course we offer is based on a LEARNING STRATEGY which focuses on the VITAL FEW things you need to learn, along with the best ways of teaching these points. Simple diagrams. Simple language. A forensic focus on what is important. Fully produced, edited, contemporary-looking courses.


Bullet points and tacky diagrams on a computer screen do not help learning. 

Online training is here!
(And better...)

Online training is not a limitation - it is an OPPORTUNITY. An opportunity to get the message right. To have funky animations that help communicate a message. And make it stay in your mind. An opportunity to take feedback and continually improve. 

If you think online training is just a video of an old professor talking infront of a chalkboard- you need to talk to us.

Please let us know if you would like a course tailored for your organization.
A silhouette of a large tree with a sunset in the background. Visual representation for a "Fault Tree" in Fault Tree Analysis
Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) Course (4 hours)

Do you need to understand or MODEL SYSTEM RELIABILITY? Or perhaps you need to do ROOT CAUSE ANALYSIS to understand why something failed. Or then again ... you might want to focus on ROBUST, CUSTOMER-CENTRIC DESIGN to prevent failure (and failure to meet your user or customer's expectations).

Machine Parts for an electrical product. A visual representation of reliability engineering training.
Reliability Engineering Course (40 hours)

This is the course to do if you are starting your reliability engineering journey and need to be on top of your game as quickly as possible. We start with how reliability supports good business (and good management) before we teach you the practitioner reliability engineering activities that focus on your VITAL FEW.

An image of various "tech" components, in orange and light grey. A visual representation of reliability engineering training.
Reliability Management Course (16 hours)

If you need to understand how to build a 'mature reliability engineering' culture that focuses on business outcomes that matter to you and your team, this is your course. We teach you how to create goals that support ORGANIZATIONAL SUCCESS while also guiding your workforce simply and effectively.

A "production line" for various machine parts. A visual representation of reliability engineering training.
Reliability Practitioners Course (24 hours)

This course teaches you how to BAKE RELIABILITY INTO YOUR THING. We teach you how to practice reliability engineering. We cover data analysis, an introduction to the statistics you need to know (and nothing else), test planning, modelling and specific Design for Reliability (DfR) activities.

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FMEA Practitioners Course (16 hours)

A Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) has a boring name but is perhaps the most valuable reliability engineering activity. It is all about MAKING YOUR FIRST DESIGN A RELIABLE DESIGN. This will not only delight your users and customers but save LOTS of time and money during production.

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CRE Exam Preparation Course (40 hours)

The American Society of Quality (ASQ) will designate you a Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) if you pass an exam. This means you can put CRE in your signature block, or in your CV. This course gives you all the tools you need to pass this exam AND use the skills to use those tools to make you a better reliability engineer.

A pump system showing gauges, switches, and other machine components. Machinery analyzed in reliability assessments.
Weibull Analysis Course (37 hours)

Weibull analysis (including Weibull plotting) is perhaps the most well-known ‘go-to’ analysis tool preferred by reliability engineers. This is because the Weibull probability distribution can model and match many different ways products and systems fail very simply. Knowing how to conduct Weibull analysis means you know how to extract the most meaningful information you can from reliability (and other data).

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