Reliability Engineering Excellence eLearning
Reliability Engineering Excellence Online Training (eREE)
Reliability engineers drive the value assets can deliver by overseeing equipment life cycle performance from concept through disposal.
The unique skillset of a Reliability Engineer is in demand. eREE – Reliability Engineering Excellence online training – answers this need with a flexible and comprehensive curriculum for aspiring and experienced engineers.
Primary RE skills this course focuses on:
- Building a business case for reliability
- Designing reliability into a system or process before it’s built
- Identifying and managing operational risks
- Solving problems in all areas of asset management
The eREE eLearning course can jump-start the professional development of someone eager for a new challenge and willing to take on the responsibilities that can significantly influence an organization’s overall reliability and financial performance.
More Than eLearning
With eREE, your current and aspiring reliability engineers will discover a complete toolkit of templates, assessments, action plans, analysis tools, and other resources to drive competency and performance in your organization.
This is comprehensive online training that dives deep into issues by immersing the learner in scenarios where they will make decisions, solve problems, practice with tools, and use critical thinking.
eREE content is aligned with industry standards and metrics, and was built as a practical, performance-based tool.
By the end of the program, learners will be equipped to build and sustain a strategic Reliability Engineering (RE) program to achieve your organization’s reliability goals in the areas of risk management, loss elimination, asset care, and management of change.
eREE is part of the Reliability Engineering Certification program
Who Will Benefit
Anyone involved in asset reliability, capacity, and predictive maintenance programs. Those responsible for decreasing repetitive failures and seeking investments to improve plant reliability, including Reliability Engineers, Reliability Technicians, and Reliability Personnel.