Reliability-Engineering-Header.jpgReliability Engineering & Maintenance Management

Learn practical, applicable skills from experienced instructors.
Gain a competitive edge in your field.

Create a culture of efficiency and continuous improvement in your organization with Reliability Engineering and Maintenance Management certification programs from the KU Edwards Campus, offered through a partnership with the Life Cycle Institute.

Learn new skills you can use right away on the job and increase your value to your organization with these upcoming programs.



KU Edwards Campus • Overland Park, Kan.

As a candidate in this program, you will learn practical skills that can be applied right away, and demonstrate your commitment to reliability and improvement in your organization.

To earn a Reliability Engineering Certification, candidates must complete all four required courses within three years and fulfill a work product requirement.

Required courses (Click titles for more information)

  1. Reliability Engineering Excellence (February 26-28, 2019)
  2. Risk-Based Asset Management (June 11-13, 2019)
  3. Root Cause Analysis (August 20-22, 2019)
  4. Predictive Maintenance Strategy (November 5-7, 2019)

    You will earn a total of 8.4 CEUs for the complete program.

Program Fees:
$1,895 per course
$2,495 for Work Product registration

The fee for each course includes all learning materials, lunches, and refreshments. All courses will be held at the University of Kansas Edwards Campus in Overland Park, Kansas. A campus map and directions are available here. Free parking is available to visitors. More information about travel and hotels is available on the specific course pages.

Who Should Attend

The Reliability Engineering Certification is for those who are responsible for improving asset and capacity reliability, decreasing repetitive failures, building sustainable predictive maintenance programs, and creating a culture of continuous improvement.

This certification program will enable you to:

  • Build and sustain a strategic reliability engineering program.
  • Prepare control strategies that reduce risk and improve asset utilization.
  • Determine predictive strategies and build an effective predictive maintenance program.
  • Establish a root cause analysis program that will minimize downtime, increase production and create a culture of continuous improvement.
  • Demonstrate practical learning application.
  • Use the REC title designation beside your name.

Reliability Engineering Certification Work Product Requirement

After all of the coursework is complete, the Work Product demonstrates your Reliability Engineering competency through documented workplace application.

Learn more about the Work Product (PDF download).

Register for the Work Product.

Master common maintenance management issues and increase your organization’s efficiency and your maintenance operation’s reliability with this professional certificate course. Get specialized training from experienced teachers, and learn practical skills you can apply to the work you’re already doing.

To earn a Maintenance Management Certification (MMC), candidates must complete four courses and successfully pass the Maintenance Management Certification exam within three years.

Download a summary of the Life Cycle Institute Maintenance Management Certification here

Required courses (Click titles for more information)

1.     Maintenance Planning and Scheduling (May 7-9, 2019)

2.     Maintenance Management Skills (September 24-26, 2019)

Elective Courses (Click titles for more information)

1.     Risk-Based Asset Management (June 11-13, 2019)

2.     Root Cause Analysis (August 20-22, 2019)

3.     Predictive Maintenance Strategy (November 5-7, 2019)

You will earn 9.5 CEUs for the complete program.


Program Fees:
$1,895 per course

Who Should Attend?
The Maintenance Management Certification is designed for maintenance managers and professionals responsible for building and sustaining a world-class maintenance program in their organizations.

This certification program will enable you to:

  • Build and sustain a maintenance program
  • Establish appropriate maintenance KPIs and visual management dashboard
  • Select the optimum equipment maintenance strategy
  • Implement work management strategies that improve asset availability and utilization
  • Increase maintenance personnel productivity
  • Build a problem-solving culture
  • Manage an effective maintenance budget

Learn More

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