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Reliability & Maintainability Implementation Certification Program

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.

See RMC courses below and for a list of approved Training Partners Click Here…

Date Event Location
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.

Smyrna, TN
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.

Knoxville, TN
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.

Knoxville, Tennessee
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!

Smyrna, Tennessee
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.

Knoxville, TN
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.

Knoxville, Tennessee
Jan. 29, 2018–Feb. 2, 2018 Vibration Analysis and Electrical Cond. Monitoring - Course 6

What can you expect to learn in Condition Monitoring Technologies?

Knoxville, Tennessee

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