Accendo Reliability Live Events
Select reliability webinar events meant to provide practical and informative educational material for your professional development.
A mix of topics ranging across the field of reliability engineering and related fields. Formats range from how-to tutorials to thought-provoking essays. Topics include fundamental statistical concepts to overarching program management.
Join us for these upcoming live events. Catch up with past events via the podcast series or the recorded videos of the events. At any time if you have a question, before, during, or after an event – just let us know. We do enjoy hearing from you and assisting you to improve your abilities.
I want to tell you that I have gone through many webinars on Accendo Reliability and found them very useful. I am new to Reliability Engineering and very keen to learn it and apply it in my organization. — Ankur Sharma
Scheduled for February 14, 2023, at 9 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Fred Schenkelberg
We have plenty of options to learn reliability engineering—books, magazines, newsletters, conferences, seminars, etc. We have options. Depending on what you want to know, some options are better than others. Likewise, some options are better than others, depending on what you want to share.
Formal learning in school is just the beginning of our education. To thrive in your career, you really should continue to learn. Given all the options available, how does one choose which to focus on?
Let’s explore the range of options available, pros and cons, and a simple strategy to make professional development a routine part of your ongoing education.
postponed due to weather-induced failures locally
Scheduled for February 28, 2023, at 8 am US Pacific time.
Speaker: Chris Jackson
Some of you have heard of HALT (and I don’t mean someone asking you to stop). HALT is a very powerful form of testing to really help us improve the robustness and reliability of new products. So what is HALT? HALT is a targeted test strategy to stress your amazing new product to (and beyond) it’s limits. Which means HALT will break your product (or prototype). Over and over again. Some people ask ‘so what … of course it was going to break when you pushed it that hard?’ But there is a method to this madness. And many organizations have used HALT to create amazing new products that are robust and reliable very quickly (with competitors struggling to understand why). Want to learn more? See you at this webinar!
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