Certified Reliability Engineer(CRE)

Course Overview

This comprehensive CRE certification program spans over a period of 5 days, providing intensive Offline training sessions. The course will follow the ASQ CRE BOK & In addition to it, each candidate will follow a special study plan developed for his/her at the beginning of the program. Individual participants will receive specialized study plans crafted to meet their unique needs and Learning objectives. These plans are developed for each candidate at the program’s outset. The Trainer shares a unique formula sheet, which helps the candidates during the examination.

Course Benefits

  • Demonstrate an understanding of the concepts of reliability engineering.
  • Measure model times to failure using the appropriate probability distribution.
  • Develop reliability test plans that represent the expected use environment and operational conditions.
  • Select, analyze, and interpret the results of various test methods to be used during product development and end-product testing.
  • Use probability and statistical tools to analyze product lifecycle, conduct hypothesis testing, understand appropriate statistical models, tolerance & confidence intervals, sample size determination & regression analysis.
  • Determine a life test, estimate reliability values from the test data, and set confidence limits on the results.

Who Should Attend ?

  • Reliability Engineer/ Manager/ Leader
  • Quality Engineer
  • Test Engineer, Safety Engineer
  • Risk and Reliability Analyst
  • Asset Integrity Engineer

Why to Attend ?

  • Condition Monitoring Engineer

  • Production/ design engineers

  • Maintenance Engineer/ Manager

Trainer Profile

John, an adjunct faculty member at universities like Weber State and the University of Utah,brings extensive experience in maintenance and reliability. He has consulted for over 150 global corporate clients,holding the role of a Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Recognized for inspiring high-performance.

John assists clients in making work enjoyable and effective.

John has passed the ASQ certification exams listed below: 1. Certified Quality Engineer (CQE) 2. Certified Manager of Quality / Operational Excellence (CMQ/OE) 3. Certified Reliability Engineer (CRE) 4. Certified Quality Auditor (CQA) 5. Certified Quality Inspector (CQI) 6. Certified Calibration Technician (CCT) 7. Certified Quality Process Analyst (CQPA) 8. Certified Quality Technician (CQT) 9. Certified HACCP Auditor (CHA) 10. Certified Biomedical Auditor (CBA) 11. Certified Software Quality Auditor (CSQE) 12. Certified Quality Improvement Associate (CQIA) 13. Certified Six Sigma Green Belt (CSSGB) 14. Certified Six Sigma Black Belt (CSSBB)

John is known for his ability to inspire organizations to reach levels of performance once considered impossible. Ultimately John teaches his clients how to make work both fun and effective again.


1. Leadership Foundations
Benefits of reliability engineering
Interrelationship of safety, quality & reliability
Reliability engineer leadership responsibilities
Reliability engineer role and responsibilitiesin the product
life cycle
Function of reliability in engineering
Ethics in reliability engineering
Supplier reliability assessments
Performance monitoring

2. Reliability Foundations
Basic reliability terminology
Drivers of reliability requirements and
Corrective and preventive action (CAPA)
Root cause analysis
Product life-cycle engineering stages
Economics of product maintainability & availability
Cost of poor reliability
Quality triangle
Six Sigma methodologies
Systems engineering and integration targets

1. Identification
Risk management techniques
Types of risk
2. Analysis
Fault tree analysis (FTA)
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
Common mode failure analysis
Hazard analysis
Risk matrix
System safety

1. Basics Concepts
Basic statistics
Basic probability concepts
Probability distributions
Probability functions capability studies (Cp, Cpk)
Sampling plans for statistics and reliability testing
Statistical process control (SPC) and process
Confidence and tolerance intervals

2. Data Management
Sources and uses of reliability data
Types of data
Data collection methods
Data summary and reporting
Failure analysis methods
Failure reporting, analysis, and corrective
action system (FRACAS)

1. Planning
Reliability test strategies
Environmental and conditions of use factors
Failure consequence
Test environment
Failure criteria

2. Modelling
Reliability block diagrams and models
Physics of failure and failure mechanisms

3. Testing
Accelerated life tests
Stress screening
Qualification/ Demonstration testing
Software testing

1. Reliability Design Techniques
Design evaluation techniques (validation
and verification)
Stress-strength analysis
Design of experiments (DOE)
Reliability optimization
Human factors
Design for X (DFX)
Design for Reliability (DFR)

2. Parts and Systems Development
Materials and components selection techniques
Parts standardization and system simplification

3. Maintainability
Preventive maintenance (PM) analysis
Corrective maintenance analysis

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