Life Cycle Engineering (LCE) has announced the launch of ePDMS through its education entity, Life Cycle Institute. This new eLearning course offers comprehensive training on Predictive Maintenance (PdM) strategies, one of the most in-demand areas of expertise for improving reliability and asset performance.
Predictive Maintenance Strategies eLearning (ePDMS) will help maintenance professionals understand how condition-based maintenance supports asset maintenance best practices. This self-paced, online course makes it easy for learners to develop important knowledge and capabilities without having to travel or spend specific dates and times in a physical or virtual classroom.
The course considers predictive maintenance and other techniques as a component of a larger asset-maintenance strategy to diagnose, prevent and postpone failures. Students will learn the theory and application of multiple PdM technologies, along with the critical success factors of results-producing programs. Using activities and case studies, learners determine which technologies to use, how to set goals for a program, track progress, and communicate results to stakeholders.
Completing this course can help participants earn certification through LCE’s Reliability Engineering Certification® (REC) Online program.
“Applying PdM technologies is a key foundation to Industry 4.0 initiatives. With this new online course, organizations can derive the benefits of high-quality training in Predictive Maintenance without having to take employees out of the work environment and without paying travel costs,” said Rick Wheeler, Vice President, Professional Services for LCE’s Reliability Consulting Group.
Visit https://lcemarketplace.com/product/predictive-maintenance-strategies-elearning/ to try a sample lesson and learn more.
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