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    Reliability Engineering | 23-25 August 2021

    $1,750.00 USD $1,575.00 USD

    The Reliability Engineering training course is designed for professionals wanting to advance their understanding and knowledge in reliability engineering tools and techniques and their application in technical assessments and special studies.

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    Reliability Engineering | 19-21 April 2021

    $1,750.00 USD $1,575.00 USD

    The Reliability Engineering training course is designed for professionals wanting to advance their understanding and knowledge in reliability engineering tools and techniques and their application in technical assessments and special studies.

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    Reliability Engineering | 19-21 January 2021

    $1,750.00 USD $1,575.00 USD

    The Reliability Engineering training course is designed for professionals wanting to advance their understanding and knowledge in reliability engineering tools and techniques and their application in technical assessments and special studies.

  • Probabilistic Risk Assessment | 26 August 2021

    $400.00 USD

    Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) is a comprehensive, structured, and logical analysis methodology aimed at identifying and assessing risks in complex technological systems. PRA is generally used for low-probability, high-consequence events for which limited statistical data exist.
    This course is intended to provide a better understanding of the PRA process, tools, methodologies, and their applications in assessing the risk of complex technological systems. The material in this course is based on over 30 years of extensive industry and government experience in systems analysis, probabilistic risk assessment, and reliability engineering.
    The course covers an introductory material on probability basics, PRA definitions and terminology, discussion on the PRA vs. reliability, PRA history, the integrated PRA process, and tools and techniques used to conduct a complete PRA study. This includes: the Master Logic Diagram, Event Sequence Diagrams, Fault Tree Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Bayesian Analysis, failure rate PRA data sources, commonly used PRA software, and a PRA case study.

  • Probabilistic Risk Assessment | 22 April 2021

    $400.00 USD

    Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) is a comprehensive, structured, and logical analysis methodology aimed at identifying and assessing risks in complex technological systems. PRA is generally used for low-probability, high-consequence events for which limited statistical data exist.
    This course is intended to provide a better understanding of the PRA process, tools, methodologies, and their applications in assessing the risk of complex technological systems. The material in this course is based on over 30 years of extensive industry and government experience in systems analysis, probabilistic risk assessment, and reliability engineering.
    The course covers an introductory material on probability basics, PRA definitions and terminology, discussion on the PRA vs. reliability, PRA history, the integrated PRA process, and tools and techniques used to conduct a complete PRA study. This includes: the Master Logic Diagram, Event Sequence Diagrams, Fault Tree Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Bayesian Analysis, failure rate PRA data sources, commonly used PRA software, and a PRA case study.

  • Probabilistic Risk Assessment | 22 January 2021

    $400.00 USD

    Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA) is a comprehensive, structured, and logical analysis methodology aimed at identifying and assessing risks in complex technological systems. PRA is generally used for low-probability, high-consequence events for which limited statistical data exist.
    This course is intended to provide a better understanding of the PRA process, tools, methodologies, and their applications in assessing the risk of complex technological systems. The material in this course is based on over 30 years of extensive industry and government experience in systems analysis, probabilistic risk assessment, and reliability engineering.
    The course covers an introductory material on probability basics, PRA definitions and terminology, discussion on the PRA vs. reliability, PRA history, the integrated PRA process, and tools and techniques used to conduct a complete PRA study. This includes: the Master Logic Diagram, Event Sequence Diagrams, Fault Tree Analysis, Event Tree Analysis, Bayesian Analysis, failure rate PRA data sources, commonly used PRA software, and a PRA case study.