Machine Lubrication Technician
AMRRI offers a variety of public lubrication training classes that are engaging and interactive. Our lubrication certification preparation courses are presented in conformance with the ICML Body of Knowledge including MLTI, MLAI, MLTII, MLAII. In addition, AMRRI has also partnered with other leaders in the industry to provide relevant courses such as Root Cause Bearing Damage Analysis and Infrared Thermography.
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Classes will be added throughout the year so continue to visit our website to see the most recent calendar.
MLT/MLA Level I
AMRRI unique offering is a 4-day class that covers both the MLTI and MLAI Body of Knowledge in accordance to ISO 18436-4. 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. A supplemental exam can be administered at later date to gain both certifications if you don’t want to take both exams on the same day.
2017 Schedule *ICML certification test administered on Friday morning
|Feb 20-23||Houston, TX at SKF more info|
|March 13-17||Birmingham, AL at SKF more info|
|May 8-11||Burlington, ON at WearCheck|
|May 15-19||St. Louis, MO at SKF more info|
|June 19-23||Chicago, IL at Tribologik more info|
|July 10-14||Philadelphia, PA at SKF more info|
|Sept 18-22||Cleveland, OH at SKF more info|
|Nov 6-9 (Mon-Thurs)||Houston, TX at SKF more info|
MLA Level II and III
AMRRI’s new 4-day MLAII and MLA III 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. Included in this seminar is a hands-on workshop of lubricant analysis allowing the attendee to put newly learned knowledge into practice. The MLA Level II or MLA Level III 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.
|August 7-11||St. Louis, MO at SKF more info|
|Sept 11-15||Burlington, ON at WearCheck|
|Nov 6-10||Chicago or Montreal|
MLT Level II
This advanced level class was developed to help program managers, lubrication engineers and first line technicians develop their ability to articulate machine specifications and technically accurate lubrication practices. AMRRI’s MLTII course offers the ICML Body of Knowledge including lubrication theory and formulations; testing and analysis; lubricant selection and application; maintenance strategy; lubricant condition control and storage. This course includes practical case studies and problem solving activities to help students retain and recall methods that tackle real world challenges. The MLT 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.
This training is in partnership with MRG Laboratories and occurs at York College’s J.D. Brown Entrepreneurship Center. For your convenience, registration of this MRG provided class is offered through AMRRI. Once registered, communication will be direct with MRG.
MLT Level II Feb 27-Mar 10 Web Based Class- Online
MLT Level II Nov 6-10 York, PA at MRG more info
Machine Lubrication Operator Based Care
The course provides a 50/50 mix of classroom instruction and hands-on practical application of the instructional material over a 3-day period. The approach will be to introduce a concept or practice followed by a practical demonstration by the instructor, which is then followed by student practice and demonstration of mastery of the concept or practice.The purpose of this course is to deliver foundational skills and knowledge to operators and lubrication technicians through a hands-on learning experience that will achieve greater understanding and retention and therefore more effective in performing required lubrication tasks. More information about the class can be found here.
|April 11-13||St. Louis, MO at SKF more here|
|October 3-5||St. Louis, MO at SKF more here|