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Register today for hands-on reliability engineering training hosted June 11-13 at the SpringHill Suites Virginia Beach Oceanfront to introduce you or your employee(s) to reliability engineering. In Reliability 101: Introduction to Reliability Engineering, you will learn how to improve the reliability of your products and system, the need for reliability engineering and the benefits it can bring to your company, and much more.

Design engineers, new reliability engineers, product/program managers, and anyone interested to gain a basic understanding of reliability engineering will benefit from this course.

Course Dates
Tuesday, June 11 through Thursday, June 13, 2024.

Course Location
SpringHill Suites Virginia Beach Oceanfront
901 Atlantic Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451

Training Cost
The cost per course is $2250. Register for Reliability 101 today!

Reliability 101: Introduction to Reliability Engineering

Whether you are a new or experienced engineer or manager, this introductory course will advance your understanding of basic reliability engineering principles and guide you in their implementation during product design, manufacturing, test and field support.

You will walk away from Reliability 101 with the ability to perform basic reliability analyses and interpret the results. Additionally, you will be able to apply:

  • Reliability Modeling
  • Statistical Distributions
  • Reliability Predictions
  • Stress-Strength Analysis
  • Stress Derating Analysis
  • Failure Mode, Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA)
  • Fault Tree Analysis (FTA)
  • Weibull Analysis
  • Reliability Growth Models
  • Accelerated Test Models
  • Reliability Demonstration Test Methods

This course will enable you to:

  • Understand the basic tenants of reliability engineering
  • Identify and apply appropriate reliability engineering practices to varied development situations
  • Understand failure modes and mechanisms and their impact on product reliability
  • And more!

Design engineers, reliability specialists, product/program managers, and anyone interested to gain a basic understanding of reliability engineering, this course is for you.

Equip your employees with the knowledge to upgrade the reliability of your products and systems or build reliability into new designs.

Your employees will walk away from this course with the ability to perform basic reliability analyses and interpret the results and apply analyses including Reliability Modeling, Statistical Distributions, Reliability Predictions, Stress-Strength Analysis, Stress Derating Analysis, Failure Mode, Effects, & Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

It all starts with skills. Send your employees to Reliability 101 today!


Meeting reliability requirements for products and systems starts with a basic understanding of reliability engineering. Prepare your team to meet current or future reliability requirements by training your employees in best practices.

Quanterion Solutions has been providing reliability engineering training to companies around the world for decades.

Take advantage of world-class reliability engineering training for your company today by registering your employees for Reliability 101.



Build or upskill your engineering workforce through hands-on training. Send your employees with new responsibilities in reliability engineering or anyone needing a refresher. Quanterion Solutions has also provided Reliability 101 to managers interested in better understanding the reliability process and how reliability engineering can be used to improve a company’s competitive edge.

Register for Reliability 101 today and take advantage of 10% off for groups of three to four or 20% off for groups of five and up.



In one course, increase the potential for retaining your engineering team. A survey of more than 1,200 individuals reported that 58% of employees are likely to leave companies that do not provide professional development opportunities.

Help to retain your engineers and other employees by sending them to Reliability 101


Interested to develop skills in reliability engineering, but don’t know where to start?

In Reliability 101, you will learn how to perform basic reliability analyses and interpret the results! You will also be able to apply analyses including Reliability Modeling, Statistical Distributions, Reliability Predictions, Stress-Strength Analysis, Stress Derating Analysis, Failure Mode, Effects, & Criticality Analysis (FMECA).

Learn more and register for Reliability 101 today


If you have professional development requirements, or are interested in training to expand your company contributions, take Reliability 101.

This three-day course provides 21 hours of hands-on training that may help you fulfill your professional development requirements and showcase your motivation to learn new skills.

Work on checking off your professional development requirements by signing up for Reliability 101.


Specialized training may open doors of opportunity for you. Whether you are interested in a job promotion, were recently given new responsibilities in reliability engineering, or are pursuing another job, consider growing your opportunities with introductory training in the reliability engineering field!

Prepare for your future by asking your employer to invest in Reliability 101. Email Qinfo@Quanterion.com if you’d like to obtain a letter or email template for sending to your manager to request approval.



Strengthen your resume with new skills and training! Reliability 101: Introduction to Reliability Engineering would look great on your resume no matter what engineering field you may work in since reliability engineering is a practice that is used across disciplines.

Register for Reliability 101 today!



Have you always wondered what a reliability engineer does, and if the role may be a fit for you as a career? Start here! In Reliability 101, you’ll be introduced to many tasks that a reliability engineer accomplishes on a day-to-day basis.

Explore Reliability Engineering through Reliability 101! 



Please bring a scientific calculator to participate in class exercises.

As an attendee, you will receive the Quanterion Automated Reliability Toolkit for Enhancing Reliability (QuART ER) software as well as a copy of the System Reliability Toolkit-V publication, a $474 value.

Richard Wisniewski, ASQ Certified Reliability Engineer. Mr. Wisniewski is a Senior Reliability Engineer at Quanterion Solutions and has more than 38 years’ experience in applying reliability, maintainability and safety engineering design, analysis, testing and screening methods and failure analysis and field support techniques on a variety of commercial products and military equipment/systems. Programs include radar, microwave/RF sensor systems, flight controls, mission computers, fixed and rotary winged full authority digital engine controls, regenerative liquid propellant guns, lightweight howitzers, and commercial and military hybrid electric vehicle drive train components. At Quanterion, he leads efforts to support government and industry customers in designing reliability/quality into products and systems, solve product reliability problems and identify corrective actions using techniques such as electrical stress analyses, Failure Mode and Effects Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, standard statistical analysis, and the collection, analysis and modeling of failure data.

The open training is provided through Quanterion Solutions’ Reliability, Maintainability and Quality Knowledge Center (RMQSI), which has been educating organizations and individuals in the U.S. and worldwide since the company’s beginning in 2000.

“RMQSI’s training courses were developed by in-house reliability experts with decades of practical experience in reliability engineering,” said Preston MacDiarmid, President of Quanterion Solutions Incorporated. “Our training is sought after by industry, government and academia for its accelerated concepts-to-application approach.”

The training explores common mathematical calculations and statistical techniques used by engineers in their day-to-day work – from calculating failure predictions common in the prototyping lab to analyzing defects in current products on the shop floor.

“Our training minimizes technical jargon to focus on the practical applications of reliability analyses,” said Rich Wisniewski, Senior Reliability Engineer at Quanterion Solutions Incorporated. “After three days of training, attendees will walk away with the ability to identify and perform the various types of reliability assessments applicable for a new product at all life cycle stages – from concept to design to test and finally to field support.”


Need assistance with reliability engineering at your company? Let our experienced engineers walk you through your options and perform an analysis. Email us at qinfo@quanterion.com or learn more about our reliability consulting.

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