Continue to develop you professional career at the University of Tennessee with one of the few programs of its kind in the nation. This Program provides the basic foundation of R&M knowledge and offers the flexibility to include the specific training that you will need. The RMC has designed the program for working professionals and gives the most hands-on and practical maintenance and reliability education
Earning the certification requires three classes from the RMC “Boot Camp” (REQUIRED), three classes from a RMC Training Partner or a Predictive Technology Certification, and one Implementation Project.
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|Sep. 26, 2017–Sep. 28, 2017||
PM Optimization and FMEA's/RCM
Learn the basics of performing a FMEA and participate in class exercises, with a focus on Reliability & Maintainability.
|Oct. 2, 2017–Oct. 6, 2017||
Overview of Modern Reliability & Maintainability Concepts (Fall “Boot Camp”)
A five-day tutorial of modern reliability and maintainability concepts.
|Oct. 16, 2017–Oct. 20, 2017||
Reliability Solutions, Essential Craft Skills 1: Precision Maintenance, Assembly & Installation
Develop essential field skills, enhance asset reliability, improve production, reduce maintenance costs, and conserve energy.
|Oct. 24, 2017–Oct. 26, 2017||
Fundamentals of R&M and Best Practices Seminar (Now 3 Days)
The three day R&M fundamentals refresher course will BOOST your technical workforce’ understanding of reliability & maintenance principles, and help create a sustainable reliability culture to maximize the benefits!
|Oct. 31, 2017–Nov. 2, 2017||
Maintenance and Reliability Technician Core Concepts
Utilizing this 3 day Core Concepts Course provides Maintenance and Reliability Technicians a comprehensive overview of 20+ focus areas.
|Nov. 13, 2017–Nov. 17, 2017||
Reliability Solutions Essential Craft Skills 2: Component Failure: Identify and Control - Course 5 (Sold out)
This session focuses on specific issues that surround the practices and components that commonly fail in plants namely; bearings, lubrication, couplings and sealing systems. This unique approach continues to raise the bar and help place the “craft” back in craftsman.
|Jan. 29, 2018–Feb. 2, 2018||
Vibration Analysis and Electrical Cond. Monitoring - Course 6
What can you expect to learn in Condition Monitoring Technologies?