Private Classroom Events:
AMRRI offers private training courses specifically tailored to meet the customer’s needs. These are usually 3-4 days and topics range from the basic ICML body of Knowledge for MLT1/2 and MLA 1/2 to a more specific instruction based on a customer specific need. Private training is a cost effective method when multiple people in a company need training and certification.
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Credit Centered Courses:
AMRRI partners with your company and a local college to provide a certification training to be held at the institution. The courses are usually run through the institution as an offered course while AMRRI provides the instructor and course material.
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Hands-On Lubrication Technician Workshop
This 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 insructor, which is then followed by a student practice and demonstration of mastery of the concept or practice. This course will give operators and lubrication technicians the foundational skills and knowledge necessary to be effective in performing required lubrication tasks.
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AMRRI’s unique offering is a 4-day class that covers both the MLT1 and MLA1 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.
AMRRI’s MLA2 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.
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 MLT2 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.