Open Training – Fall 2020 Session: Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 through Thursday, September 17, 2020

Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches Training Course:

The purpose of this course is to provide illustrative examples of the more common mathematical calculations and statistical techniques utilized by reliability engineers in the practical performance of their daily activities.

The mathematical and statistical examples illustrated in this course revolve around a single hypothetical case study. In addition to providing a common thread throughout this presentation, it is hoped that by basing all calculations on a single case study, the student will come to understand that individual calculations do not exist in a vacuum. Rather, it will reinforce the notion that each phase of a project is linked to (and affects) other phases, and that conclusions drawn from a calculation are often used to influence design decisions, which may then require that previous analyses and calculations be revisited and updated.

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This course has been cancelled.


Open Training – Fall 2020 Session: Weibull Analysis

Tuesday, September 15, 2020 through Thursday, September 17, 2020

Weibull Analysis Training Course:

This course gives a complete overview of Weibull analysis, starting with the basics of performing a Weibull analysis and interpretation of the results. The course progresses through more complex applications of Weibull as well as other distributions. Weibull software applications are utilized to give students hands-on examples of performing analyses and interpreting the results. Class problems round out the in-depth presentation.

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This course is no longer in session.


Open Training – Winter 2020 Session

Tuesday, November 17, 2020 through Thursday, November 19, 2020

Registration Deadline: November 5, 2020

Reliability 101 Training Course:

The course covers reliability program concepts, design and analysis methods, and test and evaluation approaches. The course is ideal for persons with newly assigned responsibilities in the reliability and maintainability area, as well as managers who want to increase their awareness of the payoffs of different approaches and techniques.

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Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis Training Course:

The course covers the steps for performing a software FMEA as well as dozens of software reliability failure modes and root causes related to the requirements, interface design, detailed design and code, vulnerabilities, corrective actions, serviceability, usability and processes. The course is ideal for any engineer who has been tasked with performing a system wide FMEA.

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