The 48-hour CRE Preparation Course prepares its students to pass the American Society of Quality’s (ASO’s) Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) Exam for the purpose of achieving ‘certified’ status in the domain of reliability engineering. The CRE Preparation Course covers ASO’s (5 bodies of knowledge BOKs) that include reliability fundamentals; risk management; probability and statistics for reliability; reliability planning, testing and modelling; and life cycle reliability. The course if focused on execution of reliability activities
Who should attend the training?
The course is most appropriate for engineers and managers involved in: – Design and/or Development of New Products – Reliability Testing of Products – Quality Assurance and Improvement of current and new products – Warranty Data Analysis – Problem Solving and Quality/Reliability Improvement – Maintenance Engineers
Those who benefit most from this course are people in reliability and maintenance, regardless of the organizational department. It is especially useful for staff assigned to develop a reliability department. Past participants include reliability engineers and technicians, quality, maintenance, process and design engineers, as well as the managers of each of these departments.
The objective of this course is to provide the participants with the knowledge and skills to be able to review equipment designs and controls, predict, estimate and apportion resources for equipment and understand failure modes and effects analysis. The course also includes understanding all aspects of reliability testing, evaluating field failures, mathematical modeling and the human factors affecting reliability. The goal is to help the participants prepare themselves to pass the ASQ – CRE exam. Exam applications are obtained through ASQ and must be completed and approved on or before the ASQ application deadlines.
- Lectures 21
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 48
- Skill level Beginner
- Language English, arabic
- Students 39
- Assessments Yes
Probability and Statistics for Reliability4
Reliability Planning, Testing, and Modeling3