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Course Overview

RCM 101 is your introduction to the powerful RCM methodology, and provides an ideal starting point if you plan to participate in RCM studies. In the course, you will use instructor-led scenarios as a fast-tracked method of learning how to interact with the RCM process.

Course Key Learning

  • The history and purpose of RCM, and how it is applied today in the industry
  • How to interact with actual failure data and model the failure mode using basic curve fit methods
  • How to prepare a maintenance strategy and select whether preventative or predictive maintenance is most effective to mitigate failure risks

Course Modules

  • What is RCM?
  • What are the 7 questions of RCM?
  • Identification of failure modes
  • Failure data & the 6 curves
  • Assessing cost of failure
  • Preventative maintenance
  • Predictive maintenance
  • Choosing the optimal task packaging tasks


What is the duration of the course? arrow icon

The course duration is 8 hours total. The course material can be split into 4 hour blocks across 2 days. 

Who should attend? arrow icon
  • RCM team members
  • Reliability engineers
  • Project engineers
  • Maintenance analysts
  • Maintenance superintendents
  • Design engineers
  • Plant Performance engineers

Industries that will benefit arrow icon
  • Steel
  • Mining
  • Manufacturing Plants
  • Oil and Gas
  • Food and Beverage
  • Repetitive Manufacturing
  • Automotive

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