The Reliability Practitioners Survival Guide by David Auda – $200 per person Group discounts available! – 2 hrs
Experience has shown me over and over again that many individuals that have responsibilities in the realm of Reliability would benefit greatly from an overview of the basics. By virtue of the definition of Reliability, coverage of probability, data analysis, preventive methods/tools along with some insights on Human Reliability would be considered essential. For the benefit of those who are embarking on the Reliability career path, those who have inherited Reliability responsibilities, and those who are dependent on the Reliability practitioner, this webinar will offer a practical guide for success. To make the disciplinary landscape even more challenging, it seems clear that those hoping to hire a Reliability practitioner have a dim understanding of what they need, based upon review of stated job requirements.
Definitions and misconceptions
Prevention and cost avoidance
The employment landscape
The essential skills for success
Navigating the Reliability terrain
Data analysis and the infamous Weibull
Safety, Security and Reliability
Present and future challenges.
The short answer to cocktail hour question “So what does a Reliability engineer do?”
About your instructor: David Auda is a senior safety/reliability engineer who has over 40 years of interdisciplinary experience in a variety of industries, including but not limited to, aerospace, sensitized goods manufacture, instrument development, energy, medical devices, automotive and heavy equipment. David is an ASQ certified Reliability engineer and Quality Manager, an honors graduate of RIT with an undergraduate BSEE degree and masters level study in Applied Statistics and Reliability. David is an ASQ validated trainer and volunteer leader, a past chair of the ASQ Reliability Division.