Course NameLength
Applied Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Workshop | Safety Critical Process Analysis2 days
Applied Reliability Engineering Training3 days
Design of Experiments Training | DOE Training for Engineers2 days
DFMEA Training | Design FMEA Training2 days
Fault Tree Analysis Training | FTA Training2 days
FMEA Training | Failure Modes and Effects Analysis2 days
IEEE 1633 Software Reliability Engineering (SRE) Training3 days
MISRA-C Training2 days
PFMEA Training | Process FMEA Training2 days
Reliability Engineering 1012 days
Reliability Engineering Principles Training for Managers3 days
Reliability Engineering Training for Non-Engineers3 days
Reliability Growth Training | Reliability Growth Fundamentals3 days
Risk and Reliability Engineering Training3 days
Software Reliability Engineering Training3 days
Software Reliability Testing Training Crash Course4 days
Software Reliability Training2 days

Reliability Engineering Training

The proper application of reliability tools and techniques are crucial for an organization to create a reliable product. Product reliability is seen as a testament to the robustness of the design as well as the integrity of the quality and manufacturing commitments of an organization.

This is where reliability engineering shines. Reliability engineering is an engineering field that deals with the study, evaluation and life-cycle management of reliability: the ability of a system or component to perform its required functions understated conditions for a specified period of time.

Reliability engineering includes a broad set of skills such as the use of statistics, data analysis, experimental design, customer and environmental surveys, component and product testing, failure analysis, design, manufacturing, procurement and at times marketing and finance.

The goal of reliability engineering is to evaluate the inherent reliability of a product or process and pinpoint potential areas for reliability improvement.

Realistically, all failures cannot be eliminated from a design, so another goal of reliability engineering is to identify the most likely failures and then identify appropriate actions to mitigate the effects of those failures.

Why Failures Occur

The main reasons why failures occur include:

  • The product is not fit for purpose or more specifically the design is inherently incapable.
  • The item may be over stressed in some way.
  • Failures can be caused by wear-out.
  • Failures might be caused by variation.
  • Wrong specifications may cause failures.
  • Misuse of the item may cause failure.

Items are designed for a specific operating environment and if they are then used outside this environment then failure can occur.

Predicting with some degree of confidence is very dependent on correctly defining a number of parameters.

For instance, choosing the distribution that matches the data is of primary importance. If a correct distribution is not chosen, the results will not be reliable.

Reliability Engineering Training Courses By Tonex

Reliability Engineering Training is considered a technology and business issue of urgent priority for many organizations worldwide.

Reliability Engineering Training Courses cover key Reliability Engineering topics, such as:

  • Reliability Management Training
  • Reliability Engineering Courses
  • Strategic Management, Failure Analysis
  • Quality Function Deployment (QFD)
  • Product Life Cycle Engineering
  • Systems Engineering
  • Ethics
  • Safety and Liability
  • System Safety
  • Hazard Analysis
  • DFMEA: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis — Design
  • PFMEA: Failure Modes and Effects Analysis – Process
  • FMECA
  • FTA
  • Reliability Block Diagram (RBD)
  • Risk Based Testing (RBT)
  • Probability and Statistics for Reliability
  • Reliability Testing
  • Reliability Test Planning
  • Statistical process control (SPC)
  • Reliability in Design and Development
  • Design of Experiments (DOE)
  • Design for X (DFX)
  • Reliability Modeling and Simulation and Maintainability and Availability.

These key topics ensure the dependability of products and services throughout its life cycle. Learn how to construct and analyze design FMEA, process FMEA, FTA, RBD for any new product by being proactive and address potential failures before they occur.

This multidisciplinary training program focuses on the use of management systems, analysis techniques and advanced condition-based and preventive technologies to identify, manage and eliminate failures leading to losses in system function.

Who Benefits from Reliability Training

Reliability engineering applies to reliability engineers, as well as design engineers, quality engineers, or system and software engineers. Tonex Reliability Training benefits most engineering specializations including mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and applied statistics.

Additionally, these courses are excellent for product managers, project managers and production supervisors or anyone else who wants to learn the foundation of reliability engineering through hands-on activities and directed classroom discussion.

Tonex offers 17 different courses in the Reliability Engineering arena. These classes are taught by some of the best instructors in the world — specialists in their areas with real world experience.

And remember, Tonex courses can be tailored to meet specific individual or organizational needs.

For more information, questions, comments, contact us.

Reliability Engineering Training