Life Cycle collaborates with OSU for Reliability Engineering Certification Courtesy of whosonthemove.com
Life Cycle Engineering, with headquarters in Charleston, South Carolina, announced July 23 that its Life Cycle Institute has partnered with Ohio State University’s College of Engineering to offer Reliability Engineering Certification (REC).
Starting in the fall of 2015, the certification will be available at the campus in Columbus, Ohio.
The REC certifies and builds individual competency in reliability engineering as well as asset management. Candidates can apply to the program in order to improve asset management programs that align with the standards of the ISO 55000 Asset Management.
Program participants will learn a variety of skills, including building and sustaining a strategic reliability engineering program, creating asset management plans that align with ISO 55000, designing predictive maintenance strategies and programs, preparing control strategies that effectively decrease risk and heighten utilization and establishing a root cause analysis program.
“This is a unique opportunity for a reliability engineer (RE) to secure knowledge and credentials from one of the world’s largest and most respected engineering colleges,” Life Cycle Institute Director Bill Wilder said. “With this certification, REs will be well equipped to reduce risk and increase the value that assets deliver to the triple bottom line.”
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