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How do you set your team up for success when it comes to reliability?

Reliability happens when you create a SIMPLE STRATEGY that focuses on the VITAL FEW things that matter to your organization


(16 hours)

  • Virtual (synchronous) delivery

  • Video lessons recorded with 12 month access

  • Downloadable INTERACTIVE PDF workbook

  • Includes ONE on ONE interaction with instructor

  • Can be delivered specifically to your ORGANIZATION

  • Scope for TAILORING content 


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Acuitas has partnered with Australian systems engineering training provider edVirtus to deliver this and a number of other courses. This course will be delivered with edVirtus starting in the morning of your timezone. Please check out edVirtus to learn about this and lots of other fantastic courses for managers, project managers, systems engineers and technologists in general. 


Ben K.



... this is a really interesting and useful way to make sure reliability is part of how we do business ...

Mike T.


... this course was such a relief - I have some really good ideas about how to go back to work and not be so overwhelmed by reliability  ...

Dave F.



... I love how simply this is taught ...

Sarah B.



... this course just made all of my business cases that much easier ...


Reliability doesn't just happen. Yet many organizations find themselves expending lots and lots of effort for outcomes ... they don't even know (if) they achieve.

Much of this is down to a 'TERM DEPOSIT' mentality. We are often told that if we invest in reliability today, then our customers or users will be 'happy' with our 'thing,' brand reputation will increase, and (we trust that) profit or the number of missions we launch will be better. 

This approach doesn't work.

Reliability engineering is all about eliminating problems ... especially those that cause production delays and costs. So if you are interested in a program that runs smoothly, exceeds budget projections, and reduces Time to Market (TTM) then you want reliability engineering to be implemented from the start.

This course was developed to help everyone ranging from an engineer in a start-up trying to get a more reliable product to the market faster than their competitors, through to a military vehicle project manager. And everything in between. We teach you how to understand the VITAL FEW things that matter to your organization, work out which VITAL FEW things your organization needs to do, and embed that in a simple strategy that everyone understands and wants to implement.​


The course is broken down into 4 modules. Each module is made up of 4 x 1-hour lessons delivered over a period of two weeks. But don't forget ... you will have access to the recorded lessons for 12 months.

The fundamental aim is to introduce students to reliability management. This allows you to formulate a strategy for your organization to generate value from the reliability performance of your 'thing.'

​Module 1 - Why is reliability valuable to you?

Where we start to talk about the value of reliability engineering and how to work it out for your organization.

Module 2 - What is reliability? 
To your organization? Includes how we go about defining what we want to get in terms of RAM and the (high-level) approach to getting there.

Module 3 - How does your team make reliability happen? 

Where we talk about how your organization gets from where it is now to one that can create value from your reliability.


Module 4 - How do YOU make reliability a thing? 
Reliability happens at the point of decision - and by decision we mean something that influences the design or configuration of your thing. Which means you need to 'win friends' and value good behaviors. And lead.


We have more more stuff for you below if you need a more formal understanding of how this course can help you.

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