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Course Overview

A hands-on course covering basic reliability methods using leading software to support essential calculations every reliability engineer must be able to perform. The course introduces the Reliability tool set beginning with the incorporation of the risk matrix, severity calculations and ISO risk surfaces.

The early phases of TIAM are explored with instructor led exercises to reinforce the development requirements of any asset or product. Probabilistic Design using a Design FMEA with portioning and risk elements allows the reliability engineer to develop scenarios for a variety of reliability modeling requirements.

Course Modules

  • Risk Matrix, Severity, ISO risk surfaces
  • Reliability and Availability
  • Integrated Asset management - Design 4 Reliability - data flows
  • Cost vs benefit - risk optimization
  • Reliability theory Review
  • Probabilistic Reliability Calculations
  • Safety and SIL calculations
  • Fault tolerance
  • RAMS study reliability element introduction
  • Basic Reliability modeling using Probabilistic methods


What is the duration of the course? arrow icon

The duration of the course is 16 hours total. The course material can be split into 4 hour blocks across 4 days. 

Who should attend? arrow icon
  • Engineers
  • Graduate Engineers
  • Project Engineers
  • Asset Managers
  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers/Technicians
  • Operators
  • Safety Engineers
  • Risk Engineers
  • Defect Elimination Managers 

Industries that will benefit arrow icon
  • Steel
  • Oil and Gas
  • Mining
  • Transport
  • Energy
  • Manufacturing Plant
  • Repetitive Manufacturing
  • Food and Beverage