With the pressure on asset managers to ensure that their ageing assets deliver better performance at a lower cost and risk, the need for competent reliability engineers has escalated. Many large organisations are recruiting and training reliability engineers to analyse asset failures, trend asset performance and health data, and carry out financial modelling to improve asset reliability cost effectively.
A competent reliability engineer can multiply their cost-to-company in terms of value-adding advice, but they require the right skills and knowledge to do this effectively.
Pragma has closely worked with a select few of its blue-chip clients to develop a unique training programme to enable reliability engineers to fulfil this new role with confidence. The course focuses on the five reliability engineering roles of:
- RAMS analysis for new assets
- asset care plan development
- defect elimination
- asset conditioning and health monitoring
- financial decision-making.
Learners are therefore equipped with the right mixture of technical, data and financial analytical skills.
Enrol your reliability engineers now and let them start their journey towards excellence.