A banner of ATS' reliability engineering training services. Pictured clockwise: the pillars of mechanical integrity, a man performing a visual inspection, a condition monitoring device, a man inspecting a tank, and a classroom for training.

Reliability Engineering Training

To maintain their professional certification and licenses, engineers and inspectors may need to complete reliability engineering training provided by their employers or a third party. As a leading provider of inspections and consulting engineering, ATS employs qualified field experts with years of experience beneficial to reliability training.

Professionals can attend a scheduled public training service at an ATS location or schedule a private course at their own work facilities. Upon completing the course, they earn a documented certificate of completion that counts for professional development hours.

Mechanical Integrity Training

The American Petroleum Institute (API) will update its requirements for API 510, 570, and 653 inspection recertification between 2022 and 2025. Professionals whose certifications expire after January 1st, 2023, must complete 8 hours of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) within three years, along with meeting the existing requirements for recertification.

This course conveniently lasts a single day, so participants can quickly demonstrate their acquired knowledge. Instructed on-site by an ATS professional, the course concludes with a comprehensive exam. This course counts as eight CPD hours upon completion.

Mechanical integrity training covers various inspection methods, including:

The training course introduces professionals to mechanical integrity concepts, their applicable standards and regulations, and NDT nomenclature. The class also explores several approaches to mechanical integrity:

Attendees benefit from hands-on learning and real-world applications, such as selecting an appropriate inspection method and prioritizing a response. Additionally, professionals will learn tank layouts and Steel Tank Institute (STI) categories, understand ASME-based U-1 forms for pressure vessels, and how to calculate Tmin. This course also instructs professionals on OSHA’s process safety management (PSM).

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Condition Monitoring Training

Effective condition monitoring allows personnel to catch machinery issues before they develop into significant damage or cause downtime. This cost-saving predictive maintenance contributes to more efficient and longer-lasting machine performance. The machinery monitoring and diagnostic course is available to engineers, technicians, mechanics, and supervisors over a 3-day period.

This course teaches professions how to:

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Failure Analysis Training

We offer failure analysis courses for engineers, maintenance mechanics, and supervisors. Throughout the 3-day course, a professional engineer or reliability expert from ATS covers a training curriculum centered on diagnosing and preventing mechanical failures.

The course delivers a practical approach to failure analysis training that can be tailored to industrial plant professionals. Our instructors are industry experts and professional engineers who impart their knowledge and experience when covering:

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