Learn Allocation, Prediction, Statistical and Non-Statistical Analysis Methods

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Register today for reliability engineering training hosted Sept. 12-14 at the Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque North to introduce you or your employee(s) to reliability engineering. Choose from Reliability 201: Quantitative Reliability Analysis or Weibull Analysis.

Training Dates
Tuesday, Sept. 12 – Thursday, Sept. 14, 2023.

Training Location
Drury Inn & Suites Albuquerque North
4310 The 25 Way Northeast
Albuquerque, NM 87109

Training Cost
The cost per course is $2150.


Choose Your Course

Reliability 201: Quantitative Reliability Analysis

If you need to know the basics of quantitative reliability analyses as they apply to developing and fielding better products and systems, this course is for you. Design engineers, reliability engineers, and product/program managers will also benefit.

You will walk away from Reliability 201 with the ability to perform basic reliability analyses and interpret the results. Additionally, you will be able to apply:

  • Reliability Allocation
  • Reliability Modeling
  • Statistical Distributions
  • Reliability Predictions
  • Stress-Strength Analysis
  • Data Analysis (Graphical and Statistical)
  • Weibull Analysis
  • Reliability Growth Models
  • Reliability Demonstration Test Methods
  • Design of Experiments
  • Statistical Press Control (SPC)

This course will instruct you in:

  • How to perform and interpret various quantitative reliability analyses commonly used by reliability engineers, and
  • What practices to apply for various development situations and the basics of cost effectively implementing them
  • How to effectively improve products and system reliability through quantitative analyses
  • And more!

Register for Reliability 201: Quantitative Reliability Analysis!


Weibull Analysis

Weibull analysis is the starting point to problem-solving for most production reliability and maintainability issues. If you are an engineer, manager or engineering student, you will need to understand basic failure distributions, reliability engineering math, analyses, and data comparisons. Quanterion’s Weibull Analysis course will teach you all that and more.

You will become proficient in:

  • Performing a Weibull analysis
  • Interpreting the results
  • Applying the results to real-life situations
  • And more!

This course will instruct you in:

  • The essential methods and techniques of Weibull analysis
  • How to use Weibull analysis software to apply these methods to specific problems
  • How to apply risk forecasting with renewal and optimal component replacement
  • And more!

Register for Weibull Analysis!


About the Training Organization

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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