Live Online Engineering Training Classes Start May 5th, 2020
April 2nd, 2020
Pioneer Engineering is rolling out a 32-hour online course for Plant Reliability available as soon as this spring with the first class starting May 5. The class will replace both the RCM and RCFA courses. It will be delivered in a live online format to allow for interactions between student and instructor. It will also be recorded so that students may rewatch any portion they want or make up a missed session with the recorded version.
Mitch Stansloski, president of Pioneer Engineering, says they are not a stranger to delivering online courses. "We have delivered these courses online before, and the students were very successful with it. In fact, our largest customer, Sinclair, first sent students to us online." Mitch finds that the retention rate is higher when the material is delivered in this format which means the examination pass rate is also higher. Homework is given instead of doing lab work, which allows the student to practice on their own plant equipment.
This course provides instruction on the practical application of tried and true principles aimed to improve all aspects of plant reliability, regardless of the industry. It is geared toward motivated reliability professionals eager to implement realistic solutions to their program shortcomings.