As systems and equipment become more complex, asset maintenance strategies have become even more important to assess and predict reliability.
This course equips you with the skills and knowledge to create strategies for maintenance and reliability across the lifecycle of your assets and facilities. You’ll learn how to create a strategy using a fourth-generation asset maintenance and reliability system that improves performance and reduces costs. And adapt to the changing needs of your assets without compromising safety, environmental and business goals.
Developed by an experienced trainer and expert in asset management, this course is based on practices outlined in the international standard (ISO 55000). Through interactive online content and video material featuring real-world examples, you’ll develop the skills to:
- analyse and predict future reliability performance
- develop and apply appropriate maintenance strategies
- discuss and resolve maintenance and reliability issues
By the end of the course you’ll understand:
- the fundamental connection between maintenance and reliability
- root cause analysis, its different methodologies and when best to use them
- reliability-centred maintenance (RCM), and failure modes effects and criticality analysis (FMECA) principles, and how to use them
- the concept of asset lifecycle planning and how maintenance reliability management plays a significant role
1 January - 31 December
Once you register, you will be provided with access to the EEA Online platform to start this course.
We can arrange bulk registration packages for corporate clients.
This includes the option to set up an access code for your organisation, allowing your team to register for courses on demand, avoiding the need to request individual Purchase Orders.
We can also customise this course to align to your business objectives or L&D needs.
Find out how we can help you and your team by completing an enquiry form or calling us on +61 3 9321 1700.
- Explain asset maintenance and reliability management and how they may benefit organisations
- Identify equipment failures and failure characteristics
- Develop maintenance strategies using basic reliability engineering principles to improve reliability and availability
- Recognise how and when to use the Failure Mode Effects and Criticality Analysis (FMECA) and Reliability-Centred Maintenance (RCM) analysis processes
Is this course for you?
This course is relevant to engineers across all career stages involved in asset maintenance and reliability tasks, particularly in the oil & gas, petrochemical, utilities, transport, infrastructure, or mining industries.
- Asset management engineers and consultants
- Design engineers
- Facility engineers
- HS&E engineers
- Maintenance engineers
- Operations professionals
- Supervisors and managers
There are no prerequisites for this course.
Topics we’ll cover
- Introduction to asset management
- Equipment failure and failure characteristics
- Reliability availability and maintainability
- Maintenance tactics and strategies
- Root cause analysis
- Failure mode effects and criticality analysis
- Reliability-centred maintenance
- Asset life cycle planning
Alastair Krebs has more than 35 years’ experience in asset management, maintenance, integrity, and risk and reliability management. He has worked at a senior level, both onshore and offshore, for major contractors and clients across many industries. He has worked in hydrocarbon exploration, supply and processing industries, electrical power generation, mining resources, public utilities and infrastructure.
He is experienced in developing and implementing asset maintenance and integrity management systems and safety case documents for offshore oil and gas installations. He also has extensive experience in the specification and implementation of computerised maintenance management systems.
Alastair is also an adjunct lecturer in Curtin University’s Master of Petroleum Engineering and Master of Subsea Engineering programs, where he teaches asset management, risk and reliability, and operational HSE management systems.
Alastair often presents at keynote technical seminars worldwide on topics such as reliability-centred maintenance, reliability and benchmarking, and the adaptive process for maintenance and integrity.
This course is delivered through EEA Online, our digital learning platform.
You'll learn using a mix of practical case studies, quizzes and reading, audio and video materials. You'll also apply your knowledge in practice with a variety of assessment tasks and learning checks.
It will take approximately eight hours to complete. As it is self-paced, you can start anytime and save your progress as you finish each module.
Once you register for the course, you have 90 days to complete it.
Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a digital badge as evidence of your achievement. Learn more about Engineering Education Australia’s digital badges including how to claim and share on our Frequently asked questions page.
This also counts towards the number of Engineers Australia Continuing Professional Development (CPD) hours you can claim.
EEA Online access
EEA Online is powered by leading Learning Management System (LMS), Canvas by Instructure.
Once you register for a course, you will be provided with access to the EEA Online Canvas platform to start this course.
If you are registering for your first EEA Online course, you will receive an email from [email protected] inviting you to set up your EEA Online account.
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