During the past 17 years, Noria has hosted both public and private onsite trainings in key cities across the globe. Trainings, which take place over three days (Tues-Weds-Thurs), are available as follows:  Machinery Lubrication I and II, Oil Analysis I, II and III. Course descriptions follow.

Machinery Lubrication courses provide training in industrial lubricants,  machinery lubrication and oil sampling. They lay the groundwork for establishing a lubrication and oil analysis program and will take place as follows:

Course - Dates - Venue/Cities:

ML I - Feb 25-27 - Nashville, TN

ML I & ML II - Mar 11-13 - Cincinnati, OH

ML I - Apr 8-10 - Tulsa, OK

ML I - May 20-22 - Portland, OR

ML I - June 17-19 - Myrtle Beach, SC

Machinery Lubrication courses will be also offered in the third and fourth quarters of 2014 in Chicago, IL; Philadelphia, PA; Las Vegas, NV;  Mobile, AL; and Houston, TX. Specific dates will be forthcoming.

Oil Analysis courses cover foundational through advanced oil analysis information including oil sampling, lubricant health monitoring,  contamination measurement and control, wear debris monitoring, and oil analysis program development and management. The courses are offered in the first half of 2014 as follows:

Course - Dates - Venue/Cities:

OA I - Feb 25-27 - Nashville, TN

OA II - May 20-22 - Portland, OR

OA III - June 17-19 - Myrtle Beach, SC

Additional Oil Analysis courses will be held in Chicago, IL (July); Mobile, AL (Aug); and Houston, TX (Nov).

Schedule and course details (LINK TO: http://www.noria.com/train/)

Fees for all training courses are $1,195 per person and include a comprehensive manual, training material information packet, daily lunch and refreshments. A discounted rate of $956 per person is offered for groups of three or more. Attendees receive a certificate of completion.

As an additional incentive, the International Council for Machinery Lubrication (ICML) offers onsite MLT and MLA certification testing the Friday morning following each training course. ICML is a global nonprofit organization dedicated to helping lubrication practitioners succeed in their professional careers. Those who would like more information about certification parameters can refer to the ICML website at www.lubecouncil.org.

Attendees can register online for public trainings at www.noria.com/train or call toll free 1-800-597-5460, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Central Standard Time.


Noria Corporation is an unconventional publisher. In addition to publishing and providing conferences and training, Noria provides a range of services related to advanced machine reliability and maintenance technologies. The majority of our editorial staff are practicing professionals who make up the leadership of Noria’s consulting and service team. In fact, Noria’s service practice represents the largest part of our business.

We believe that practicing in the field about which we publish improves the quality, timeliness and usefulness of our Machinery Lubrication editorial content. We don’t just write about it – we actually do it!  Noria Corporation is impacting the way people think about machinery lubrication and is the education resource of choice for numerous Fortune 500 companies.

For additional information about Noria Corporation, visit the company’s website.

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