Online Lubrication Certification Exam Preparation Courses

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Certified Lubrication Specialist (CLS) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line course lasts approximately 36 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exam.  A Certified Lubrication Specialist is an individual who is designated as a “Lubrication Engineer” by his/her employer.

However, it is not limited to this designation, as individuals from varied backgrounds, including sales and management, opt to become CLS certified to increase their credibility/standards.

A Certified Lubrication Specialist’s core responsibilities including evaluating and selecting lubricants to use and their purchases, conducts lube surveys, trains lubricators and assembles work list, develops quality assurance and used lubricant analysis programs, troubleshoots and problem solves lubrication issues, maintains records of all application, as well as waste collection or disposal.

Oil Monitoring Analyst (OMA) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line course lasts approximately 24 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exam.  An Oil Monitoring Analyst is involved is a predictive maintenance professional who oversees the oil analysis program for a shop/plant.

The OMA is recommended for mechanics, engineers, operators, tradesmen, chemical managers or on-site lab personnel whose core responsibilities oil sampling, reviews oil analysis reports and performs the correct tests, and maintains overall care of equipment and maintenance actions.

Machinery Lubrication Engineer (MLE) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line course lasts approximately 40 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exam. This is an engineering-level certification targeting reliability and asset management professionals with a strong emphasis in lubrication and lubricant analysis.

The certification is ideal for those with daily activities associated with development, implementation and management of lubrication programs. It is intentionally structured for those with responsibility to guide and facilitate organizations in tactical step towards ISO 55001 certification.

This is both an engineering and management level certification for those providing general engineering support to a user lubrication program including lubricant selection, lubrication and sampling hardware selection and implementation, overall lubrication program design, procedure development, optimizing lubricant PMs and inspection program design, lubricant analysis and troubleshooting, lubrication program metrics, training and skills remediation, and management/staff communications.

Machinery Lubrication Technician Level I (MLT I) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line certification exam preparation course lasts approximately 24 hours.  Machinery Lubrication Technician Level I (MLT I) – Targets in-plant technicians responsible for daily lubrication tasks, including oil changes, top-ups, greasing bearings, lubricant receiving and proper storage and care of lubricants and dispensing devices.

Machinery Lubrication Technician Level II (MLT II) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line certification exam preparation course lasts approximately 24 hours.  Machinery Lubrication Technician Level II (MLT II) – Targets in-plant technicians or engineers responsible for managing the lube team, selecting lubricants, troubleshooting abnormal lubricant performance and supporting machine design activities.

Combination MLA I & MLT I

This on-line course lasts approximately 36 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exams. This combination certification examination preparation is for the Machine Lubricant Analyst Level I (MLA I) compliant with ISO 18436-4 and the Machinery Lubrication Technician Level I (MLT I).

The MLA I develops competency for daily activities associated with lubrication tasks and basic lubricant analysis for machine condition monitoring, contamination control and problem detection.  The MLT I is for those responsible for daily lubrication tasks, including oil changes, top-ups, greasing bearings, lubricant receiving and proper storage and care of lubricants and dispensing devices.

Machine Lubricant Analyst Level I (MLA I) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line certification exam preparation course lasts approximately 24 hours.  Machine Lubricant Analyst Level I (MLA I) compliant with ISO 18436-4, targets in-plant technicians responsible for the daily activities associated with lubrication tasks and basic lubricant analysis for machine condition monitoring, including, oil changes, top-ups, greasing bearings, lubricant receiving and proper storage and care of lubricants; dispensing devices and basic oil sampling, contamination control and problem detection.

Machine Lubricant Analyst Level II (MLA II) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line certification exam preparation course lasts approximately 24 hours.  Machine Lubricant Analyst Level II compliant with ISO 18436-4, the MLA II targets in-plant technicians responsible for the daily activities associated with lubricant analysis for machine condition monitoring, including sampling, sample management, performance of simple on-site tests, managing test results and performing simple diagnostics.

Machine Lubricant Analyst Level III (MLA III) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line certification exam preparation course lasts approximately 24 hours.  The Machine Lubricant Analyst Level III is compliant with ISO 18436-4, targets in-plant technicians and engineers responsible for managing the lubricant analysis function. Tasks include team management, test slate selection, setting alarms and limits, sampling system design, instruments and software selection and advanced diagnostics.

Laboratory Lubricant Analyst Level I (LLA I) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line course lasts approximately 24 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exam.  Laboratory Lubricant Analyst Level I (LLA I), compliant with ISO 18436-5), LLA I targets laboratory technicians performing daily activities, according to established ASTM procedures associated with testing of lubricant samples. Tasks include receiving and handling lubricant samples, performing tests, reporting results and inspecting data from individual test methods.

Laboratory Lubricant Analyst Level II (LLA II) Certification Exam Preparation

This on-line course lasts approximately 24 hours and is designed to prepare you to take the certification exam.  Laboratory Lubricant Analyst Level II (LLA II), compliant with ISO 18436-5), LLA II targets senior laboratory technicians, laboratory managers, and diagnosticians responsible for the daily activities associated with producing lubricant analysis data for machine condition monitoring. Tasks include performing test and analysis, diagnosing lubricant failure mechanism and modes instrument calibration and SPC based quality control.