Training and Education
AMRRI delivers knowledge and education through online, web-based, public and private industrial lubrication training as well as providing resources on our website.
Our lubrication training is thorough, engaging and presented in an interactive method that helps your maintenance team tackle the toughest machine lubrication issues no matter what the delivery medium. Click here to read what people are saying about AMRRI’s machine lubrication training programs.
- Public Events are the traditional 3-4 full-day formats and are delivered multiple times per year in various locations through the US and Canada. They offer timely and practical knowledge that can be put to immediate use on the job and prepares the participant for certification testing of MLT1, MLA1, MLT2 and MLA2. AMRRI also offers additional classes that are relevant to improving machine lubrication such as Root Cause Bearing Damage Analysis and Infrared Thermography.
- Live Web-Based Events are comprised of 20 hours of live training via a webcast platform and 10 hours of individual study time spread over a 10 day period. Each day consists of one hour of morning training followed by 30 minutes of individual study and one hour of afternoon training followed by 30 minutes of individual study. Our web-based program is designed for the person who would prefer not to be away from their responsibilities for an entire week but also has the flexibility in their work day that they can be in front of the computer for both am and pm training sessions.
- Online Courses cover the exact same content as both the Public and Web Based Events but are formatted so the participant can cover the material at his or her own pace. There are 20 video segments that range in length from 35-50 minutes and cover the entire MLT and MLA body of knowledge that the student will watch as they follow along in the training manual. There is a suggested review of each segment in questions/answer format that will reinforce the concepts taught during the video.
- Private Events are developed, designed and delivered to meet a company’s specific need. Many times these classes cover the MLT and MLA bodies of knowledge. These trainings are usually held on the Customer’s premises or location of choice and are usually more economical if at least 6 employees are attending the training.
Credit Centered Courses at a Community College, usually in coordination of a local company.
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AMRRI’s technical library contains over 50 articles that feature detailed and applicable information on building reliability programs, oil analysis, machine lubrication selection, application, cleanliness and storage.
AMRRI’s glossary contains an alphabetical list of terms that cover machine reliability and oil analysis domain of knowledge with the definitions of those terms. It also explains the concepts relevant to these terms.