Reliability Management Course
Unifying systems perspective of reliability engineering management. Design, development and management of organizations and reliability programs including: management of systems evaluation and test protocols, development of risk management mitigation processes, and management of functional tasks performed by reliability engineers.
The course has an emphasis on understanding the value of reliability activities within the entire product lifecycle. Reliability planning is the process of selecting the right set of reliability tasks to minimize the business risk at minimal expense that achieves the reliability objectives. Reliability occurs at the point of decision during the design & development process. The ability to influence these decisions across the entire organization is key for a successful reliability program.
Learn how to determine the value of reliability engineering activities, increase your confidence and skill. And, explore ways to improve your program and your career.
The course uses lectures, readings, and interactive case studies, stories, problems, and examples to illustrate the key points in the course. You will learn how to assembly an effective reliability program and plans.
12 part course delivered weekly.