Life Cycle Institute is an approved Reliability Partner
The Institute's proprietary 3A Learning® process combines the alignment, assimilation and application phases of learning to produce desired results for both individuals and organizations. When the Institute is engaged, learning is not an event but an active learning experience where proven adult learning methods are applied to ensure on-the-job application of new knowledge and skills.
Before participating in a learning event participants should have a thorough understanding of what they are expected to learn, how their behavior is expected to change, the results they are expected to achieve, and how these results contribute to the overall goals of the organization.
The Assimilation phase is the training event. This is where we manage the process of acquiring new knowledge and skills by making learning 70% active, leveraging the learner's prior experience, using relevant examples, and allowing learners to direct how they learn. It is this critical environment where learners are given a chance to learn and practice new skills they can transfer on the job. The class leader should be able to balance instruction and facilitation skills to bring learning to life and help the participant to understand how it can be applied on the job.
Applying what one has learned is where most of learning takes place. It is using the skills and knowledge within the work environment that makes the learning stick, causing a behavior change that produces desired results. In this step it is important to experience early success. This early success depends on leadership support and coaching.
Earn your certificate in Reliability Engineering from The Life Cycle Institute and Clemson University!
Learn practical skills that can be applied on the job right away, demonstrate your commitment to reliability and continuous improvement, and increase your value to your organization!
The Reliability Engineering Certificate Program requires the completion of four courses:
- Reliability Engineering Excellence
- Root Cause Analysis
- Predictive Maintenance Strategy
- Risk-Based Asset Management
Candidates for the Reliability Engineering Certificate program also have the option to achieve the Reliability Engineer Certification (REC) by completing a work product.