Course NameLength
Applied Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) Workshop | Safety Critical Process Analysis2 days
Applied Reliability Engineering Training3 days
Automotive Systems Reliability Engineering Training2 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
Probability and Statistics for Reliability and Reliability Growth3 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 Fault Tree Analysis Training | Software FTA Training2 days
Software Reliability Engineering Training3 days
Software Reliability Testing Training Crash Course4 days
Software Reliability Training2 days

Reliability Engineering Training

Reliability engineering is all about minimizing failures, improving maintenance effectiveness, shortening repair times and meeting customer and organization expectations.

Reliability Engineering is an engineering science devoted to mathematically deducing risks of systems that might fail in a given amount of time, usually expressed as mean time between failures, or, MTBF.

The core elements of what reliability engineers do, include:

  • Establishing reliability objectives
  • Estimating and measuring reliability performance
  • Identifying and eliminating failure mechanisms
  • Identifying and minimizing risks associated with achieving reliability objectives

Essentially, reliability engineers need to know two things: what will fail and when will it fail.

Some analysts believe that one of the big advantages of reliability engineering is that is provides business value, which lies in the early detection of possible reliability issues.

When organizations catch a reliability issue at an early stage of the product lifecycle like the design stage, they can greatly minimize future costs by eliminating the need for a significant product redesign after it is already in the market.

Reliability engineering consists of the systematic application of time-honored engineering principles and techniques throughout a product lifecycle making it an essential component of a good Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) program.

Reliability is important in all life aspects. In reliability engineering, the term “reliable” refers to the ability of a product to perform its intended function.

Mathematically speaking, assuming that an item is performing its intended function at time equals zero, reliability can be defined as the probability that an item will continue to perform its intended function without failure for a specified period of time understated conditions.

Reliability is essential to organizations for quite a few reasons, such as:

  • Cost Analysis.Manufacturers may take reliability data and combine it with other cost information to illustrate the cost-effectiveness of their products. This life cycle cost analysis can prove that although the initial cost of a product might be higher, the overall lifetime cost is lower than that of a competitor’s because their product requires fewer repairs or less maintenance.
  • A company’s reputation is very closely related to the reliability of its products. The more reliable a product is, the more likely the company is to have a favorable reputation.
  • Customer Satisfaction. While a reliable product may not dramatically affect customer satisfaction in a positive manner, an unreliable product will negatively affect customer satisfaction severely. Thus high reliability is a mandatory requirement for customer satisfaction.
  • Competitive Advantage.Many companies will publish their predicted reliability numbers to help gain an advantage over their competitors who either do not publish their numbers or have lower numbers.

Reliability Engineering Training Course 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
  • 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.

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Reliability Engineering Training