Ability and knowledge to participate in completing the FMEA Process
Ability and knowledge to lead a team in the FMEA Process
Ability to teach and mentor Participants and Team Leads in the FMEA Process
Ability to lead an organization implementing FMEA
Reliability Engineering Training Program
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Reliability Engineering provides engineering instruction and analytical tools used to improve the reliability of your products. This Reliability Engineering course presents industry best practices for design and presents logical steps to ensure your product is robust during the product development process.
This course is intended to provide an overview on Reliability Engineering. At the end of this course you should be able to:
• Define the effect of design and process decisions on the life cycle of a product
• Define the reasons to improve reliability
• Define design Reliability Requirements
• Define Reliability, Confidence, Failures, and Bathtub Curves
• Define the proper way to analyze Stress-Strength Interference, Test Severity, and Field and Test Reliability
• Define Weibull analysis and Censored Data reliability statistical tools
• Define how statistics can be used to find failures in your sample test sets
• Define how accelerated testing data can eliminate failures from the design
Reliability Engineering is a set of tools used to understand the fundamental reasons why designs fail prematurely and define measures to identify and address the causes of failure.
This course will cover the following Reliability Engineering items:
• Reliability Improvement
• Reliability Terminology
• Checkmark and Bathtub Curves
• Stress-Strength Interference, Test Severity, and Field and Test Reliability
• Reliability Requirements for % Reliability, Confidence, Time or Cycles,
• Usage and Environmental Factors, Performance
• Reliability Statistics and Weibull Analysis
• Handling Censored Data, Multiple Failure Mechanisms
• Sample Size and Weibull Analysis
• Comparing Weibull Distributions
• Statistics of Finding Failures
• Test and Validation Strategies
• Customer Usage and Environmental Conditions
• Success (Bogey Testing), Test to Failure, and Accelerated/Overstress Testing
• In-Test Performance Monitoring & Degradation Analysis
• Multi-Vari Sample Selection
At the end of the training the participant will be required to take quizzes that test proficiency and complete a course survey based on the course material and the instructor. ReliaTrain uses the results of the quizzes and surveys to update the training to provide the best experience to participants.
This is a Level One foundation training module and does not have required prerequisite training or experience. However, this course is a Prerequisite for higher level (Competency, Proficient, and Expert) FMEA Certification. This is a foundation training module but does require the student to have basic math and an entry level statistical background.
COURSE RECOMMENDED PARTICIPANTS
This course is intended for management and engineers in areas of reliability, design, manufacturing, assembly, quality, service, packaging, material handling, FMEA facilitators, and supplier quality (Including Suppliers).
This Reliability Engineering training program is intended for all industries including but not limited to:
Consumer Lifestyle Products
Tooling and Equipment
Oil and Gas
Trains & Railroad Equipment
Phones & Personal
ReliaTrain offers mentoring, facilitation, and training support for Product and Process Development based on Quality and Reliability industry standards. ReliaTrain provides step-by-step methodologies that can be tailored to your organizational requirements. Let us support implementation of Reliability Engineering methods.