A listing of the sources we use for free and paid webinars that may be of interest to reliability professionals.
A listing of the local meetings that may be of interest to reliability professionals. If you facilitate or know of a local meeting that we’ve not included, let us know. One of the best ways to network and learn is face to face with your peers.
Failures are great learning opportunities. Working with an internal or external lab provides expertise and capital equipment to understand the root cause of a failure. Some even offer workshops or seminars.
There are many professional societies that have networking, education, and camaraderie for reliability professionals. Join one or more as a volunteer, share you knowledge with your peers, meet your peers, lead a team or program for the benefit of our community. Some are focused on reliability engineering as it applies to all industries, others focus on an industry and include reliability engineering.
Consultants serving the reliability profession or providing reliability engineering services often provide training. Some are free samples, others are extensive courses to significantly move your working knowledge ahead.
We use software to plot data, analysis test results and track field performance. The software developers often provide courses, tutorials, and reference materials that not only teach how to use the software, they also sometimes teach when and why to use these powerful tools.
Not really being certain how to classify some organizations – we chose an ‘Other’ group. Some are equipment manufactures, or consortiums, or government agencies, or really now sure… Another good set of sources for education venues though.
Another way to find something of interest in the world of reliability and maintainability engineering. A great tool, that you can get involved with to expand and update the information presented. Continue reading Reliability and Maintainability Engineering Pearltree