Fall 2022 Open Training is closed for registrations. Email Qinfo@Quanterion.com for other openings.
In-person reliability engineering open training will be hosted Tuesday, Nov. 15 through Thursday, Nov. 17, 2022 at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando – Disney Springs in Lake Buena Vista, FL. Quanterion Solutions, a longtime reliability engineering educator, will be providing the training, which consists of two course options – Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches and Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis.
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Orlando – Disney Springs
2305 Hotel Plaza Blvd.
Lake Buena Vista, FL 32830
Nov. 15-17, 2022.
The cost per course is $1950. Registering a group? Call us at (315) 732-0097 to discuss the best rate for you.
Save your seat by Oct. 14!
Reliability should be an integral part of all aspects of a system’s life cycle, including requirements definition, concept development, product design, design verification, qualification, reliability growth management and testing, reliability demonstration testing, and field monitoring and support. As any reliability practitioner can attest, an overwhelming number of calculations and statistics are used to determine how system requirements should be allocated and how the design should be modeled, assessed and re-designed to maximize customer satisfaction or meet regulations. This course presents and demonstrates the common mathematical calculations and statistical techniques that reliability engineers use every day.
This course is taught by Rich Wisniewski, Senior Reliability Engineer at Quanterion Solutions.
If you apply yourself during this three-day course, you will learn:
- How to perform and interpret various quantitative reliability analyses commonly used by reliability engineers,
- What practices to apply for various development situations and the basics of cost effectively implementing them,
- How to perform reliability demonstration testing,
- And more.
This hands-on course is presented through lecture, class discussion and extensive in-class exercises. “Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches” also serves as an excellent follow-on to our Reliability 101 and Design for Reliability courses.
Students will finish the course with an understanding of how to effectively improve products and system reliability through quantitative analyses.
Register by Oct. 14 for Quantitative Reliability Analyses – Practical Approaches today!
If you’re involved in software design or development, you must consider potential failure modes in the software. This course will teach you how to identify potential failure modes in software and mitigate the risk to improve software reliability.
This course covers the steps for performing a software Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) as well as dozens of software reliability failure modes and root causes related to the requirements, interface design, detailed design and code, vulnerabilities, corrective actions, serviceability, usability and processes.
Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis is ideal for reliability engineers, systems engineers, and software engineers as well as any engineer who has been tasked with performing a system-wide FMEA.
This course is taught by Ann Marie Neufelder, President of Mission Ready Software.
If you apply yourself during the three days of this course, you will learn:
- The purpose of the software failure modes effects analysis
- How to analyze the software failure modes and root causes
- How to identify the riskiest parts of the software
- How to identify preventive measures
- And more!
Attendees will also discover the basics about the importance of performing reliability analyses and how they apply to product/system design and production.
Students will receive a copy of the popular publication titled “Effective Application of Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis,” a $125 value. Students also have the option to purchase “Effective Application of Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis & Software FMEA Toolkit Bundle – 2nd Edition” directly from the instructor, Ann Marie Neufelder, at the training session for a reduced price of $299, a $100 discount.
This course is ideal for reliability engineers, systems engineers, and software engineers as well as any engineer who has been tasked with performing a system-wide Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA).
Register by Oct. 14 for Software Failure Modes Effects Analysis today!
A Tradition of Excellence in Reliability Training
The open training is provided through Quanterion Solutions’ Reliability, Maintainability and Quality Knowledge Center (RMQSI), which has been educating organizations and individuals in the U.S. and worldwide since the company’s beginning in 2000.
“RMQSI’s training courses were developed by in-house reliability experts with decades of practical experience in reliability engineering,” said Preston MacDiarmid, President of Quanterion Solutions Incorporated. “Our training is sought after by industry, government and academia for its accelerated concepts-to-application approach.”
The training explores common mathematical calculations and statistical techniques used by engineers in their day-to-day work – from calculating failure predictions common in the prototyping lab to analyzing defects in current products on the shop floor.
“Our training minimizes technical jargon to focus on the practical applications of reliability analyses,” said Rich Wisniewski, Senior Reliability Engineer at Quanterion Solutions Incorporated. “After three days of training, attendees will walk away with the ability to identify and perform the various types of reliability assessments applicable for a new product at all life cycle stages – from concept to design to test and finally to field support.”
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