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Principles of Reliability Engineering


It is a known fact that no industry can progress effectively without the knowledge and implementing of Reliability Engineering. Reliability is the best quantitative measure of the integrity of a designed part, component, process, product or system.

Course Outline

The course will cover reliability engineering definitions, goal and its importance, we will be looking at how Reliability Vs Quality.

The course will provide a foundation for qualifying for the CRE Certificate. Please remember that completing this course will not mean that you will automatically pass the CRE Exam!
Reliability Tools, Failure, Fault, and Function, and of course implementing reliability engineering.


The course uses highly interactive discussions and case studies, participants are also encouraged to bring real time problems to be discussed as a problem solving exercise.

Who Should Attend?

1. Production Supervisors- will find new tools in reliability engineering principles for understanding how operations can improve reliability of their processes. They will learn how to influence improvements in availability, how they can assist in reducing process failures, and how they can calculate the cost of unreliability for making business decisions to attack problems of unreliability.

2. Engineering Personnel – will find new modelling techniques for predicting equipment reliability based on how equipment is installed, operated, and maintained to assist them in making life cycle cost decisions in justifying new equipment and new processes.

3. Maintenance Engineers – will find reliability tools helpful for providing supporting evidence during root cause analysis failure investigations. They will find reliability tools and techniques helpful for understanding failure data in their CMSS systems, and they will see how to make business decisions, based on failure data, to justify making equipment more reliable.

4. Managers – will find business aspect of reliability engineering principles helpful for measuring and motivating improvements in processes, procedures, people, plant to reduce cost of unreliability through the use of non-traditional tools as they ferret out hidden factories wasting time and money. They will learn how to predict future failures as a selling point for improvement projects.


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Course Duration

Four Days


Certificate of Attendance or Certificate on passing the end of course test (if required)



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