Sign Up for June Training Classes Today!
Make plans now to attend a training class in June. MLA/MLT I, MLA II and a Specialty Workshop are being offered. Dates and locations are listed below, simply click the training you are interested and you will be directed to the registration page of the website.
AMRRI’s MLA Level I course is a 4-day class that covers both the MLTI and MLAI Body of Knowledge in accordance to ISO 18436-4 and meets all of the instructional hours required to sit for the exam. It provides the foundational training for reliability-centered machine lubrication work practices AND oil-sample based condition assessment. This class will help you understand the positive impact that high quality lubrication practices can have on your machine’s health and your plant’s productivity. Participants will learn how to transform an existing lubrication process from modest and reactive to thorough, accurate and proactive. The MLT I or MLA I exam is administered on the Friday morning after the class through ICML. Registration for either or both exams can be done through ICML at Lubecouncil.org or call (918)-259-2950.
AMRRI’s new 3-day MLAII course is in accordance with the ISO 18436-4 Body of Knowledge that includes oil sampling, lubricant health, contamination measurement and control and wear debris monitoring analysis. Personnel attending this course will gain a high level of knowledge around evaluation of used oil samples. The MLA Level II exam is administered on Friday morning following the class through ICML. Registration for the exam can be done through ICML at lubecouncil.org or call (918)-259-2950
AMRRI has partnered with MRG Corp to create industry specific workshops that will equip maintenance professionals and technicians with greater insight and know-how about precision machinery lubrication and its impact on machine reliability. Professionals and technicians alike, will gather for two days to tackle fundamental care and reliability improvement issues through laboratory time, classroom and hands-on training
For more information, please call 615-771-6030