Mobius Institute, the premier provider of vibration analysis and machine reliability training courses and products, today marks its 15-year anniversary. Founded in 1999, Mobius Institute entered the industrial training market with a single vibration analysis e-Learning product. Today, Mobius Institute has grown to become a worldwide, ISO accredited training provider with authorized training centers in over 50 countries, a variety of products and courses, and having classroom-trained over 14,000 vibration analysts from 146 countries since 2005.

Mobius Institute began by marketing its flagship product, iLearnVibrationTM, and by 2005 it expanded its training line to include live public course venues in Australia and the USA. Because of innovative developments such as its worldwide Training Management System, extensive 3D animations and vibration simulators, and interactive student polling devices, Mobius was well positioned it to roll out its unique training style to authorized training partners in over 50 countries. These innovations resulted in Mobius receiving several Australian government export awards and product excellence awards in the United States. In 2012, Mobius Institute Board of Certification (MIBoC) became ISO 17024 and ISO 18436-1 accredited, allowing Mobius to train and certify vibration analysts according to strict ISO 18436-1 and 18436-2 standards.

Its accredited training and certification are delivered via public courses and through online distance learning. Mobius has seen significant growth in its distance learning course delivery, providing student analysts the ability to receive accredited training and certification without having to travel to a course location or meet specific course schedules. As with the strong growth in online college education delivery, this trend is expected to continue for Mobius.

In 2013, Mobius Institute began offering e-Learning in Reliability Improvement to help industrial plants succeed in becoming more reliable. By improving reliability, plants operate more profitably with improved safely, while providing a lower-stress work environment for all plant workers. Mobius’ unique e-Learning offering, known as iLearnReliabilityTM is a subscription-based, training system that targets the entire plant; from senior management to operations and maintenance (O&M) personnel on the plant floor.

Coincidently, at its 15-year anniversary, growth has led to the opening of two new Mobius offices; a certification and operations center near Melbourne, Australia and a sales and operations center near Seattle, USA. In addition to its original Australia headquarters, and its satellite offices in Belgium and Costa Rica, Mobius is able to provide good coverage to its customers and training centers in key regions around the world.

“It is very gratifying to see how far we’ve come over the last 15 years, and the increasing number of new customers who choose Mobius as their education provider,” said Jason Tranter, founder and managing director, Mobius Institute. “With our continued hard work, we expect to see similar growth in the reliability improvement training market through our iLearnReliability offerings.”

To learn more about Mobius Institute, go to www.mobiusinstitute.com.

About Mobius Institute

Mobius Institute is a worldwide provider of Reliability Improvement, Condition Monitoring and Precision Maintenance education to industrial plant managers, reliability engineers and condition monitoring technicians, allowing plants to be successful in implementing Reliability Improvement programs through delivery of more easily understandable and comprehensive training of Reliability and Vibration Analysis via public, in-plant and online education programs. Mobius’ key advantage is its extensive experience and success in teaching reliability management and technical skills development topics since 1999. Mobius Institute is unique to its competitors by offering superior training content that uses innovative 3D animations and software simulations, which make complex topics easy to understand. Mobius Institute Board of Certification is ISO 9001 certified and is an ISO/IEC 17024 and ISO 18436-1 accredited certification body that provides globally recognized certification to Category I-IV vibration analysts in accordance with ISO 18436-1 and 18436-2. More than 14,000 analysts from 146 countries have been classroom-trained since 2005. Mobius Institute has offices in Australia, Belgium, Costa Rica and the United States, and authorized training centers in more than 50 countries. For more information, call (615) 216-4811 (GMT -5), email us at learn@MobiusInstitute.com or visit www.mobiusinstitute.com.

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